Week 14 of the NFL season is here, and we have a full slate of action to watch and place a few wagers on. This should be a great week of football, and to make things even better, we are here to bring you the best Week 14 NFL anytime TD scorer props.
This week’s slate features a couple of big matchups, including Bills vs. Chiefs at 4:25 p.m. ET on CBS. Here, we will give out our best touchdown prop bets from some of our top-rated sports betting apps for the afternoon and evening games.
Let’s look at our favorite NFL anytime touchdown scorer picks for Week 14.
Although Alvin Kamara’s efficiency is down on the ground and through the air, he is still one of the most versatile players in the NFL. On the season, he has 133 rushing attempts for 508 yards and four touchdowns, as well as 60 receptions for 413 yards and a touchdown in the passing game.
He is averaging career lows in yards per rush (3.8) and yards per reception (6.9), but he should have an easier matchup this week. The Carolina Panthers are coming to town, and they bring the worst defense in the NFL.
Carolina’s defense ranks 31st in scoring (26.1), 20th in yards per rush (4.2), and last in rushing touchdowns per game (1.7). The Panthers’ defense thrives at getting stops on third downs, but they have allowed 17 rushing touchdowns and 53 receptions on 72 targets to opposing running backs.
There is no word of who the starting quarterback for the Saints will be this week. They may have to turn to Jameis Winston with Derek Carr in concussion protocol. A backup quarterback would typically help us with a running back touchdown prop. However, Wintson absolutely loves throwing the ball deep, which could limit Kamara’s ability in the passing game.
Kamara will still get his touches no matter who is starting at quarterback. The Saints should win this game, which means Kamara should get plenty of carries throughout the game.
The Denver Broncos have been playing some very solid football lately. They have won five of their last six, and Russell Wilson is finally looking like the guy that was promised when they acquired him two years ago.
However, the offense is not necessarily lighting up the scoreboard. Wilson is looking much more comfortable, but Denver still ranks 15th in scoring (21.9), 17th in yards per play (5.1), and 19th in yards per pass (6.4).
Luckily, Wilson has a reliable receiving core, headlined by Courtland Sutton. The six-year veteran has nine touchdowns this season, including a touchdown reception in six of his last seven games. He also leads the team in targets (75), receptions (50), and receiving yards (637).
Although backing this Denver offense to move the ball is not always a fun time, they are taking on a terrible Chargers secondary this week. On the season, Los Angeles’ defense ranks 28th in yards per pass (7.2), and they are dealing with some injuries to the secondary. Deane Leonard has been a bright spot at corner, and he has not practiced all week. Even if he plays, Leonard will likely not be 100%.
The Chargers’ defense as a whole has been pretty good, especially at getting third-down stops. They are a little vulnerable in the red zone, however, and Sutton is among the most targeted players in the red area.
With two unreliable defenses, both teams should be able to move the ball. This should result in a back-and-forth game, which means Sutton is in an excellent spot to cash yet another anytime TD scorer prop this week.
The Chief’s offense looks very ordinary for the first time during the Patrick Mahomes era. While they still have one of the top-scoring units in the NFL, something is clearly off. Over their last five games, Kansas City has scored only 19.4 points per game, and Mahomes has seven touchdowns and four interceptions during that time.
It will not get any easier this week as the Buffalo Bills come to town. The Bills also are having a down year, but the defense has been rock solid as always. They rank fifth in scoring (18.9), seventh in points per play (0.311), and ninth in touchdowns per game (2.1).
However, the Bills struggle to get third-down stops and rank in the league’s bottom half in yards per play (5.3), yards per rush (4.7), and yards per pass (6.3). Even with the Chiefs’ woes on offense, they should still be able to move the ball, which sets Mahomes up to score a touchdown with his legs for the first time this season.
Mahomes has scored at least two rushing touchdowns every year, and with some injury concerns to Isiah Pacheco, the Chiefs may need Mahomes to do it himself. Although the receiver room is mostly healthy, it is clear that Travis Kelce is not 100%, which has hurt the Chiefs’ effectiveness in throwing the ball.
Buffalo has allowed only two rushing touchdowns to quarterbacks this season, and they both came against the Eagles in their last game. Kansas City will move the ball, and when they reach the red zone or even inside the five-yard line, don’t be shocked if Mahomes calls his own number and uses his legs to cash an anytime TD scorer prop bet.
NFL Anytime Touchdown Parlay Odds
If you follow our NFL anytime touchdown parlay picks for Week 14, 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.