NFL Week 6 kicked off with a low-scoring affair between Kansas City and Denver. If you had Courtland Sutton or Kadarius Toney to score a touchdown in the 19-8 victory, then congratulations! But we know that most of you had Travis Kelce or Isiah Pacheco to hit pay dirt.
Here are current anytime touchdown props odds from top sports betting apps:
There’s more options available on Sunday, and a lot of good choices to consider. Expected higher-scoring games include Vikings-Bears, Seahawks-Bengals, and Cardinals-Rams. Some mismatches include the Raiders hosting a bad Patriots team. Here are three anytime TD props from some of those games.
Anytime TD Scorer Picks for NFL Week 6
Don’t look now, but Justin Fields is playing some really good football right now. While he is not rushing as well as he did last season, he still has 191 rushing yards, which ranks fourth among quarterback rushing yard leaders.
His progression as a passer this season has been very notable, as he is completing 61.8% of his passes and has 11 touchdowns to five interceptions. The problem for this Bears offense is that outside of Fields and DJ Moore, there is not a lot of talent on this unit.
Fields has been sacked 20 times, which ranks third in the NFL. And while the Bears have seemingly found a franchise tackle in Darnell Wright, he still has some work to do in pass-pro. Even though Chicago has not called as many designed runs for Fields this year, he is still very effective with his legs, and he can really carve up a Minnesota defense that has been horrendous going on two seasons now.
Minnesota’s defense has no pass rush, the secondary is practically non-existent, and they are prone to giving up big chunk plays. The Bears’ offense has been much improved over the last two weeks, but they still struggle to move the ball effectively. Going up against this defense, they should be able to move the ball downfield much easier.
Can you believe that it took all the way until last week for Ja’Marr Chase to find the end zone? The duo of QB Joe Burrow and Chase got their frustrations out in Arizona with the WR getting a hat trick of touchdowns.
We’re looking to see him get on the board again with another touchdown against Seattle. Playing against the Cardinals seemed like a get-right game for the offense. The aerial attack will be seeing the third-worst team against the pass. Over the first month of the season, the Seahawks give up 280 yards per game.
One benefit to Chase’s scoring success was Tee Higins being out. He’s remained limited in practice throughout the week and looks to be a game-time decision. We recommend grabbing Chase for a TD even more if the other top Bengals option is out once again.
In last week’s game against the Packers, Davante Adams was limited to four catches and didn’t reach the end zone for the second consecutive week. Double teams and an ongoing shoulder issue were likely the reason for a lower output.
We expect a rebound in a great spot against a bad Patriots club. The Raiders’ opponent has been blown out in back-to-back games, the worst in the Bill Belichick era. There’s such a fundamental lack of talent on both sides of the ball, it’s hard to imagine it’ll get better anytime soon.
Chances are New England doesn’t see three consecutive blowouts, but expect Las Vegas to get into the end zone at least a few times. We anticipate higher volume, and one of those catches being a touchdown grab, for Adams.
NFL Anytime Touchdown Parlay Odds
If you like all three of these players to score a touchdown, sportsbooks offer the ability to combine them into a parlay. Netting these three at DraftKings Sportsbook would give you +864 odds. Putting just $10 on that wager would have you win $86.45.
Anytime touchdown scorers can be parlayed together up to the maximum limit offered by the sportsbook. Obviously, the more players you add, the less likely it’s going to hit. We recommend placing singular bets on ATTD unless you’re looking to put in the occasional “lottery ticket” bet.