NFL Player Props Week 17: Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets
NFL Player Props Week 17: Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets
With the New Year comes resolutions and the "new year, new me" people. Not here though. Refreshing, I know. My goal remains the same, to continue to build on our profit this season from anytime touchdown bets. Typically this would be the final week of the NFL season but we've been blessed with 18 weeks for the first time. So we have two more full weeks before we say goodbye. Luckily, I'll be supplying winning anytime touchdown picks throughout the NFL playoffs as well! Just think, two months from now we'll be begging for NFL action so we need to keep on striking now while the irons hot!
There's no Thursday night football so we have infinite action this Sunday! We will have our most anytime touchdown picks ever this week as a result! More good news is, I've narrowed down the best options for anytime touchdown scorers for you here for Week 17. When we started this season I stated how the analysis I've done will always support our anytime touchdown picks. We're not just throwing noodles at the wall and seeing if they stick! Let's get to the best anytime touchdown picks for Sunday! Best of luck if you tail!
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Week 17 Top Anytime TD Bets
Devin Singletary (+210)
The Bills have the highest implied team total of all of Week 17. Singletary has seen more volume over the last two weeks than at any point this season. He's also had a rushing touchdown in both games. Atlanta allows the third-most points per drive in the league. The Bills should roll this Sunday and Singeltary has taken the lead role out of the Buffalo backfield. He should continue to produce this Sunday.
Gabriel Davis (+230)
Atlanta has allowed the third-highest completion percentage and the fifth-highest TD pass rate in the league. With Emmanuel Sanders set to miss this game after reaggravating his injury, Davis is set up again for an increased role for the Bills. He has scored in three straight games now. The Falcons defense is tied for the third-most scores to opposing wideouts. Stefon Diggs might do all the damage but I have a feeling Davis has truly become one of Josh Allen's top red-zone targets.
Foster Moreau (+350)
Hunter Renfrow has back-to-back games with three catches and has 40 or fewer yards in both of those games. This week he faces a tough matchup versus Kenny Moore II and a Colts defense that ranks among the top 10 in the fewest catches allowed to the slot this season. Derek Carr will need to throw to someone and that might as well be Moreau. He's admirably filled in for Darren Waller since he's been injured. He hasn't had quite the touchdown success we have hoped for but this is the week. The Colts defense is tied for the fourth-most scores to tight ends, the most receptions, and the most yards! Fire me up some banana Foster!
Ronald Jones to Score 2 (+450)
This is a clear indictment of the Jets porous run defense. In Ronald Jones' first game this season without Fournette and Gio Bernard: 35-of-64 snaps, 20-of-29 carries, 9 routes run on 34 Tom Brady dropbacks, and 3 of 4 RB targets. The Jets defense has allowed the most rushing touchdowns to running backs this season and the fourth-most rushing yards. Teams facing the Jets also average a league-high 31.4 rushes per game. The Bucs are 13-point favorites in this one, which means they should lean on the run game late providing Jones with plenty of opportunities. I have a feeling that Brady and the Bucs might try to get Le'Veon Bell in the end zone this Sunday against his former team. He's priced +775!
Breshad Perriman (+340)
Both Mike Evans and Antonio Brown are questionable heading into the weekend. There's a chance bot play or both sit. Either way I think it's likely we see Perriman receive an uptick in targets against a Jets defense allowing the fifth-most points per drive in the league. The Jets boast the league-worst defense in yards allowed per pass attempt (8.18). If Perriman operates as the number 2 wide receiver for Tampa this week he can easily go off. Not to mention this is a REVENGE game for Perriman as well! Sorry Matt O'Leary!
Van Jefferson (+240)
We’ve seen Van and OBJ find the end zone in the same game multiple times, so it's not unfathomable it happens again this week. The price on Jefferson is insane next to Odell's. Do you need a reminder of what the Bengals passing game did to this battered Ravens secondary last week? Sure we missed on Ja’Marr Chase, but he still had 7 catches for 125. The Rams and Sean McVay's offense should tear up the Ravens on Sunday.
Tyler Higbee (+305)
It's just rude to keep picking on the Ravens but being nice isn't what we're here for. Aaron Rodgers and Joe Burrow combined to throw for 793 yards and seven touchdowns without a single interception against this defense over the past two weeks. the Ravens allow an explosive play more often than any team in the NFL. Higbee has at least five targets in seven of his past eight games. The Ravens have allowed the third-most catches and are tied for the fourth-most scores to tight ends.
Cooper Kupp to Score 2 (+410)
This one is so simple. The Ravens allow 8.2 yards per pass which is the second-highest total in the league and a league-high 6.7 yards after the catch this season. He has five games with multiple touchdowns and 11 games with multiple red-zone targets. If Van or Higbee don't score on Sunday it'll be because Kupp hogged all of the fun again. I'm expecting at least two of our three Rams touchdown picks to hit with hopefully all three cashing for us!
John Bates (+650)
Bates has passed Ricky Seals-Jones in usage, and the Eagles continue to let tight ends find the end zone. now 12 times on the year. Evan Engram scored last week with Ryan Griffin and Chris Myarick in Weeks 12 and 13. Bates scored last week in junk time. I repeat the Eagles defense is tied for the most touchdowns allowed to the position. Ricky Seals-Jones is priced at +500 and I don't hate splitting this bet a half unit on each. It's extremely likely one of them scores on Sunday.
Dallas Goedert (+200)
Goedert has a 25 percent target share over the past four weeks. Only George Kittle and Mark Andrews rank higher among tight ends over that stretch. Goedert gets a WFT defense that allows the fourth-most yards per reception to tight ends, and one he lit up for seven receptions and 135 yards on nine targets in Week 15.
Michael Gallup (+225)
The Cowboys game against Arizona is both the highest total and the closest spread on the slate. Dallas has scored 27-plus points in four of their last five games and Prescott has thrown multiple touchdowns in every one of their home games this season. The Cardinals secondary has been atrocious over the last month, mostly due to injuries on the outside. The Cardinals have allowed a league-high 21 touchdowns to wide receivers. Gallup will take advantage and find the end zone for us once this Sunday.
Zach Ertz (+260)
Ertz has handled a massive and steady stream of volume over the last three weeks, totaling 32 targets in that span. Five of those targets have come in the red zone. Ertz went 4-53-1 against this very Cowboys defense back in Week 3 as a member of the Eagles. He has received the most targets of any Cardinal since Deandre Hopkins' injury. With the highest total on Sunday, we can easily see Ertz contributing on the scoreboard.
Amon-Ra St. Brown (+240)
How can anyone not love what this kid is doing? Amon-Ra St. Brown over the last four weeks:
- Week 13: 10 receptions-86 yards-1 TD (12 targets)
- Week 14: 8-73-0 (12)
- Week 15: 9-90-1 (11)
- Week 16: 9-91-1 (11)
Only Washington and the Saints have allowed more receptions to slot receivers than the Seahawks. Over the past four weeks, St. Brown is averaging a 33.6 percent target share, and the only player with more catches than St. Brown over the stretch is Cooper Kupp. How can you not love that? St. Brown's run of high-level production should continue this week against a Seattle defense allowing the fourth-most yards per pass attempt over the past four weeks and Jared Goff returning to the lineup for the Lions.
Week 17 Anytime Touchdown Picks
- Devin Singletary (+210)
- Gabriel Davis (+230)
- Foster Moreau (+350)
- Ronald Jones to Score 2 (+450)
- Breshad Perriman (+340)
- Van Jefferson (+240)
- Tyler Higbee (+305)
- Cooper Kupp to Score 2 (+410)
- John Bates (+650)
- Dallas Goedert (+200)
- Michael Gallup (+225)
- Zach Ertz (+260)
- Amon-Ra St. Brown (+240)
Tom Viera is an experienced betting and fantasy sports writer. Tom brings a vast knowledge of all things NFL, NBA, MLB and soccer to the OddsChecker stable of handicappers.