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NFL analyst Tom Viera is back with the best anytime touchdown scorers to bet every week. See his analysis across all of the NFL Week 12 games and who he is backing to find the endzone.
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NFL Player Props Week 12: Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets

Week 12 of the NFL season rolls into Sunday. Thanksgiving football was kind to us as we managed a small profit throughout the three games. The touchdown train is ready for the next stop on Sunday and is looking to pick up more units along the way. The anytime touchdown train is on the move again in Week 12!

If you're new here, you'll need to know I will always play this game smart. We're not going to shoot blindly and throw noodles at the wall to see if they stick just because a player's odds are long. The research I've done will always back up the reasoning behind my anytime touchdown scorer picks.

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With injuries rampant throughout the league right now, there is plenty of information and news to dig into as we wrap up the third month of the NFL season. It's crazy how fast the season flies by. The good news is I've narrowed down the best options for anytime touchdown scorers for you here during Week 12. Let's get to the best anytime touchdown picks for Week 12! Best of luck if you tail!

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Best Week 12 NFL Anytime TD Bets

Mark Andrews (+130) (Bet $100 to Collect $230) Click here for the best odds, available at Bet365

Call me boring, but Andrews is primed for a big game this Sunday. He will match up mostly with Devin Lloyd, and he has struggled all season in coverage. The Ravens have an implied team total of over 23 points this week, and Andrews has now gone three straight games without scoring a touchdown. The last time he went four straight was all the way back at the beginning of the 2021 season. I expect Andrews to be Lamar's top target in this one, and the price isn't the sexiest, but I'm firing up Andrews with confidence.

Jeff Wilson 2+ TDs (+240) (Bet $100 to Win $310) Click here for the best odds, available at FanDuel

The Dolphins have the highest implied team total of any team playing on Sunday of over 30 points! They should roll over the Texans at home. This isn't great value as it could have been closer to +400 earlier in the week, but Wilson's odds plummetted with the news that Raheem Mostert will likely miss this game. Wilson has averaged 6.5 yards per carry since joining Miami. He has scored in his first two games with Miami, once through the air and once on the ground. He was already out-snapping Mostert and now gets the Texans defense at home. Miami has allowed at least 140 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown in five straight games. They have allowed a league-high 13 rushing touchdowns to running backs. Let's hope Tua doesn't throw for five touchdowns to his wide receivers this Sunday. Wilson is -200 or lower at every sportsbook, so unless you are willing to parlay him with a Dolphins and Chiefs moneyline, maybe, this is the only way to get value this week on Wilson.

Tee Higgins (+145) (Bet $100 to Win $245) Click here for the best odds, available at FanDuel

The Titans have been fantastic against the run but abysmal versus the pass. This game doesn't project for a ton of offense, but these teams are too good not to produce anything for us. The talk of the town is if Ja'Marr Chase will return for this game, but it doesn't matter to me here. Tee Higgins is a beast, and he proved that last week. The Titans are tied for the second-most touchdowns allowed to wide receivers, and even if Chase returns, it's likely his snaps are limited. Tee Higgins will tee off on the Titans secondary on Sunday.

Courtland Sutton (+210) (Bet $100 to Win $310) Click here for the best odds, available at FanDuel

I can hear the groans from here. This game has the lowest total of the week and could close with the lowest over/under of the season. I'm feeling a little wild though! I get it. In a solid matchup, though, Sutton is in the driver's seat, and this price is egregious by FanDuel! Russell Wilson has been bad with no Jerry Jeudy again; Sutton will be his man all day long. He led Denver in targets, receptions, and yards last week, and now he faces the Panthers secondary that has allowed the second most receptions in the NFL to wide receivers. Over the last two months, they have been torched on the perimeter. Sutton has posted 146 yards on 18 targets in the last two weeks without Jeudy! This price is too good to pass up!

Logan Thomas (+480) (Bet $100 to Win $580) Click here for the best odds, available at FanDuel

If this game were being played in Atlanta, I'd feel differently about it because the weather will play a factor here. It's expected to rain quite a bit during this game. Terry McLaurin is set up with a great matchup on the outside, but I'm opting to go deeper for the value here. This game projects to be one of the slowest of the week, so I'm not confident there will be many scoring opportunities. When Washington does have chances though, I really like Thomas this week. Thomas is fully back from his injury, and last week he posted a season-high 65 yards on six targets. Atlanta has allowed the second-most receptions and fifth-most yards to tight ends this season. They have been lucky in the touchdown department allowing just one score to tight ends. That changes this Sunday!

Giovani Bernard (+1300) (Bet $100 to Win $1,400) Click here for the best odds, available at BetRivers - 0.5 Unit

Our first half-unit play of the season. With everyone focusing on Rachaad White with Forunette out, I'm going for the veteran running back coming off Injured Reserve. e have no idea what the snap count will look like for Gio, but the matchup is excellent. The Browns have allowed the most touchdowns to opposing running backs this season. White will likely get most of the snaps, but I like taking a shot with the vet to vulture a touchdown in this game.

Teagan Quitoriano (+950) (Bet $100 to Win $1,050) Click here for the best odds, available at FanDuel - 0.5 Unit

Another half-unit play here. I'm going completely against the grain here. Kyle Allen will be under center for the Texans, and the Dolphins will dominate this game. Houston will play from behind, so the game flow will favor the pass. Trusting the Texans offense in any capacity right now is risky, but we're doing it this Sunday. Quitoriano started last week for the Texans, as it seems they are willing to give the fifth-round pick more snaps after missing the first two months of the season. He had just one target last week that came in the red zone. Seven of Kyle Allen's 24 passing touchdowns in his career have been to tight ends. Despite just the one target, the rookie ran a route on nearly 50% of the snaps. Miami has been beaten by tight ends all season long, tied for the second-most receptions and the fourth-most touchdowns. It's risky, but I'm rolling with it for a half-unit! Plus, this guy has an incredible name!

Keenan Allen (+130) (Bet $100 to Win $230) Click here for the best odds, available at FanDuel

Allen has yet to score this season, but I think that changes this Sunday against a Cardinal defense that has allowed the third most scores to slot receivers this season. He had a massive 28% target share in his first game back. With big Mike Williams still nursing his ankle injury, I expect that target share to stay the same, if not increase! The Chargers have the sixth-highest implied team total, and the Cardinals have allowed 13 receiving touchdowns over the last five games! The most in the NFL!

Gerald Everett (+335) (Bet $100 to Collect $435) Click here for the best odds, available at BetRivers

Firing up the starting tight end versus the Cardinals and the touchdown train has worked all season long. Why stop now? He has seven or more targets and five catches in three of his last four healthy games. He practiced fully this week, and the matchup is as juicy as it gets. Arizona has allowed the most catches, yards, and scores to tight ends. This is a no-brainer to fire up this week at this incredibly generous price!

DK Metcalf (+130) (Bet $100 to Win $230) Click here for the best odds, available at BetMGM

In implied team totals, the Seahawks are among the top ten teams in the NFL this week. Geno Smith has thrown at least two touchdowns in eight of his ten games this season. Now he faces the Raiders, that allow a league-high 71.5% completion rate at home. The Raiders run zone coverage the sixth-most in the NFL, and Geno has been much better versus zone this season. A league-high 11 passing touchdowns have gone to wide receivers in the end zone this season from Geno. DK is in a smash spot against corner Anothony Averett on the outside. Metcalf lines up on the left side for the majority of the snaps, and as long as he avoids Nate Hobbs, who is returning from injury this week, DK will go bonkers.

Juju Smith-Schuster (+145) (Bet $100 to Win $245) Click here for the best odds, available at FanDuel

Skyy Moore (+420) (Bet $100 to Win $520) Click here for the best odds, available at FanDuel

Mahomes and the Chiefs are set up to dominate the Rams this week. Mahomes has six games this season in which he has thrown at least three touchdowns. Over 69% of the yards against the Rams have come through the air, and that's how Kansas City gets the majority of its yards. Speaking of implied team totals, the Chiefs are right there with the Dolphins this week and easily boast at least four touchdown potential. Juju returns this week from a concussion; he was on fire before the injury. He will eat up targets all day long from Mahomes. Jalen Ramsey will line up against him in certain situations from the slot, but the Rams have been beaten there all season long. Ramsey himself has even allowed five passing touchdowns while in coverage. The rookie Moore had his best week, and he can run every route in the tree. With Hardman and Toney out, I like the Chiefs to continue to get the rookie involved quite a bit. He ran just 14 routes but was targeted on six of them. There's a risk that Moore returns to the bench with Juju returning, but I think he has passed the eye test and will receive more work this week with this one having blowout potential.

Week 12 NFL Anytime TD Picks

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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.

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