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There's a battle for early AFC South supremacy in Week 7 of the NFL season when the Indianapolis Colts take on the Tennessee Titans. Handicapper Jason Radowitz gives us his three best anytime touchdown scorer bets for this clash.

NFL Week 7 Player Props: Tennessee Titans vs. Indianapolis Colts Best Anytime TD Scorer Bets

Titans vs. Colts Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: Sunday, October 23
  • Time: 1:00 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: CBS

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The Tennessee Titans were the number-one seed in the AFC last year. But they chose to rebuild slightly and lost their first two games of the season. Since those two games, the Titans have won three straight and are right back in playoff contention. They'll be looking for their fourth win coming off a bye week.

Meanwhile, the Indianapolis Colts expected big things from their team this year. They upgraded the quarterback position with Matt Ryan but haven't seen upgraded production at the position. Former MVP Jonathan Taylor has been injured, and his backup, Nyheim Hines, has also been dealing with a concussion. Both of those two should be back in action in Sunday's game.

The Colts have won two straight games and just scored 34 points against the Jacksonville Jaguars at home. With Jonathan Taylor expected back, the offense may start to figure things out. We'd love some points.

Below we'll review some of the best anytime touchdown options in this game between the Tennessee Titans vs. Indianapolis Colts.

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Tennessee Titans vs. Indianapolis Colts Best Anytime TD Picks

Jonathan Taylor Anytime Touchdown (-106)

Jonathan Taylor is coming off an MVP season and has been surprisingly bad. He's been on the sideline due to an injury but is expected to make his return on Sunday. Taylor has one touchdown on 81 attempts, where he's rushed for 328 yards. The Colts know they need to get him more involved in the offense, even if that means passing him the ball.

Deon Jackson caught plenty of passes last week as the starting running back. Taylor can do the same, along with Hines. Taylor has a chance to score in the passing game or on the ground. The Colts just need to get him the ball in space if they want to win. Once they do that, Taylor will score in the end zone.

Michael Pittman Anytime Touchdown (+164)

The Titans have allowed 305.4 yards per game in the air this season. Pittman is the leading receiver for the Titans, with 38 catches for 417 yards and a touchdown. Pittman had 16 targets last week and caught 13 balls. He added 134 yards receiving but still couldn't score a touchdown.

If he keeps getting double-digit targets, he will find his way into the end zone. The Colts scored 34 points last week, which was the most they've scored this season. They should stick with what's working and keep giving Pittman the ball in the air.

Robert Woods Anytime Touchdown (+210)

The Colts have also struggled in the secondary. Tennessee isn't known for their passing game, but Robert Woods leads the team with 17 receptions and 204 yards with a touchdown.

There's a lot of inconsistency in the passing game, but Woods has seen at least eight targets in two of his last three games. He scored a touchdown in the one game where he didn't earn eight targets. He's the biggest threat for the Titans in the passing game. So let's take a shot on Woods against a bad Colts secondary to score a touchdown.

Titans vs. Colts Anytime TD Scorer Bets

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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