Week 10 of the NFL season started with an ugly Thursday Night Football matchup, as the Chicago Bears took down the Carolina Panthers, 16-13. While the Sunday slate is not much better, plenty of NFL props are available, including the best Week 10 NFL anytime touchdown scorer props.
The matchups are not great, but as always, having a little action on the NFL slate makes watching football for the next 10 hours much more exciting. Last week, our picks went 2-1, and we were a yard away from Tee Higgins scoring on SNF and making it a clean sweep.
Here, we will give our best touchdown prop bets from some of our top-rated sports betting apps for each slate of games (afternoon, evening, and Sunday night).
Let’s look at our three favorite NFL anytime touchdown scorer picks for Week 10.
It is hard to believe that not only are the Texans a solid team, but CJ Stroud is playing legit MVP-level football. He only has one interception to 14 touchdowns, and he put up a historic performance against Tampa Bay last week, with 470 yards and five touchdowns, including the game-winner with just seconds to go.
Houston is undoubtedly in a good spot as a franchise, and Stroud is the main reason for that. He has given this organization superstar quarterback play for the first time since Deshaun Watson, and they are one of the best passing attacks in the league. They rank third in yards per pass (7.5), and the offensive line has been much better than expected.
Part of Stroud’s incredible play is a deep and talented room of pass catchers, including at tight end. Giving a rookie a solid group of tight ends has consistently produced positive results, and Dalton Schultz has been perfect for Stroud and the Texans.
On the season, Schultz ranks second on the team in targets (50), and he is tied with Nico Collins and Tank Dell for the most touchdown receptions (4). He also is picking up more yards per reception than ever before, and Schultz has a favorable matchup against Cincinnati this week.
The Bengals’ defense has been among the worst at defending tight ends. They have allowed four touchdowns to tight ends this season, and while they are starting to improve as the season goes on, the Bengals have a hard time getting off the field on third downs, ranking 28th in the NFL.
Remember when Bijan Robinson was the best player in football, and then Atlanta decided not to give him the ball for one game? Well, Robinson is back to being one of the most productive players in the league, totaling 22 rushing attempts and nine targets over his last two games.
The Falcons have shown a lot of trust in the rookie, giving him 103 carries and 28 receptions over his first nine NFL games. While he only has one rushing touchdown, he has two through the air, and his 41 targets rank fourth on the team.
In this game, he is going up against a brutal Cardinals defense. Arizona ranks 28th in scoring and 24th in points per play and allows three touchdowns per game. They also have trouble getting off the field on third down, and the defensive line ranks toward the bottom in win rate.
Arizona also allows five receptions per game to running backs and ranks 29th in running back reception touchdowns. It is pretty clear that this team is tanking, and they’re doing an excellent job at that because they have not been able to stop anything the entire season, outside of a fluke win over the Cowboys.
Atlanta has its own problems, mainly at quarterback. Luckily, the offense around Taylor Heinicke or Desmond Ridder can pick up the slack, especially Robinson, who should continue to get steady touches. If that happens, he will be in a good position to cash an anytime TD prop.
You see Jets vs. Raiders on the schedule for Sunday Night Football this week, and your heart just shatters. This is a horrible primetime matchup, and it is disgusting that we have to pick a touchdown scorer prop for this slop.
However, we have been giving out Sunday Night Football anytime touchdown scorer props all season, and a terrible matchup won’t stop us this week. Both offenses are just painfully inept, especially at quarterback. After a few inspiring moments earlier this season, Zach Wilson is back to being historically bad, and the Raiders have turned to rookie Aidan O’Connell, which, sure, I guess.
However, the Jets have some promise on offense, with an improving offensive line and many talented skill players like Breece Hall. While his averages are slightly down from his rookie season, he still is rushing for 5.2 yards per carry and has been very active in the passing game. Hall has 31 targets, 23 receptions, and a touchdown through eight games.
Although the Jets’ ability to move the ball downfield is limited by Wilson, the Raiders’ defense is terrible, especially against the run. They allow 4.5 yards per carry, don’t have much outside of Maxx Crosby in terms of true run-stopping talent, and allow 1.1 rushing touchdowns per game. Like a lot of other bad defenses, Las Vegas also has trouble getting off the field, and they allow a lot of big-chunk plays.
Touchdowns and tolerable offensive drives may be at a premium in this game, so we need to keep things simple and back the best talent on the field. While the Jets receiving room may be the best unit, I trust the run game for New York to score more than Wilson trying to throw the ball for a touchdown.
NFL Anytime Touchdown Parlay Odds
If you follow our NFL anytime touchdown parlay picks for Week 10, you can put them in a parlay for a bigger payout. The odds for each leg will differ depending on the sportsbook you choose, but with three plus-value anytime touchdown picks, you should get a good number no matter what.