Week 11 of the NFL season started with the Baltimore Ravens taking down the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday Night Football. Now, we have a full Sunday slate ahead of us, which means plenty of NFL props are available to bettors, including the best Week 11 NFL anytime touchdown scorer props.
Once again, the matchups for NFL Sunday are not great, but having a little action on the games can make a mediocre slate much more enjoyable. Our picks last week only produced one winner, but we have been giving out winning TD scorer props all season, and we have three more plays for Week 11.
Here, we will give out 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 11.
This pick has a lot of juice, but David Montgomery has been a touchdown-scoring machine when he is healthy. While he has only played in six games this season, he leads the league in yards per game, is rushing for a career-high 4.7 yards per rush, and has seven rushing touchdowns.
Since entering the league in 2019, Montgomery has always had a nose for the end zone. In just 66 career games, he has 37 total touchdowns, with 33 coming on the ground and four through the air. Although rookie Jahmyr Gibbs has earned more reps with Montgomery’s injury, he should still get plenty of touches against this Bears defense.
Chicago’s run defense has actually been a lot better than expected. They rank first in yards per carry (3.2), second in rushing yards per game (76), and fourth in rushing touchdowns per game (0.4). The addition of Montez Sweat at the deadline also makes this a much stronger unit.
The Problem is Chicago’s defense as a whole is fairly ineffective. Outside of stopping the run, they allow big chunk plays through the air, and they rank 30th in opponents’ third down conversion rate and 31st in opponents’ red zone conversion rate.
Undoubtedly, Detroit’s top-ranked passing attack will be able to move the ball downfield. When they reach the red zone and things get tighter, expect them to put the ball on the ground with Montgomery, who I’m sure would love to score on the team that let him walk to a division rival.
The Buffalo Bills are in football hell right now. At one time, they had arguably one of the best teams in the NFL, and it looked like they would at least get one Super Bowl out of this team. However, things are starting to spiral in a significant way.
After another tough loss against the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football, Buffalo is now 5-5 and has lost four of its last six games. There is still plenty of time to climb back up the standings, but the schedule gets tough after this week’s contest against the Jets.
Despite Buffalo’s struggles, they still have a top-scoring offense, and the Josh Allen to Stefon Diggs combo plays a significant role. While Allen’s comical turnover issues are a real problem, he still is among the best passers in the NFL, and no receiver gets more love from their quarterback than Diggs.
He ranks second in targets (102) and touchdown receptions (7). The next closest player on the Bills in targets is Gabe Davis, who has had 55 balls thrown his way. No matter what happens for Buffalo the rest of the season, we know that Allen will look Diggs’ way for better or worse.
While the Jets’ defense is excellent, Diggs put up a 10-reception, 102-yards, and one touchdown performance against this unit earlier in the season.
This looked like another ‘meh’ Sunday Night Football matchup a few weeks ago. Let’s not be mistaken; these are not two great teams, but both are playing really good football right now. Denver is coming off a big win over Buffalo and has won three straight games.
Meanwhile, the Vikings are 6-4, and somehow, are still alive in the NFC North. They have won five straight, including two with Josh Dobbs, who is currently playing out of his mind. Since being traded to the Vikings, Dobbs is completing 67% of his passes for 426 yards and three touchdowns. He also has two rushing touchdowns.
Eventually, Dobbs will start to crash back down to earth, but for now, he is playing some great football, and with the weapons around him, it is easy to see why. Jordan Addison has been one of the best rookies in the NFL, and eventually, he will get to throw to Justin Jefferson.
However, TJ Hockenson has been Dobbs’ favorite target in Minnesota. Over the last two games, Hockenson has 27 targets, 18 receptions, and a touchdown on 203 yards receiving. This is not too shocking, considering backup quarterbacks love to keep it simple, which involves a lot of tight-end action.
Although Denvers’ defense is improving, they still rank in the basement in most defensive categories. They also rank 21st in tight end touchdowns, and with Hockenson being a legit down-field tight end, he should be in an excellent position to cash a touchdown scorer prop.
NFL Anytime Touchdown Parlay Odds
If you follow our NFL anytime touchdown parlay picks for Week 11, 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.