Sunday Night Football always brings some of the best games, and the Week 17 matchup is no different. The Minnesota Vikings will host the Green Bay Packers in a classic NFC North rivalry. If you are looking to place a bet on SNF, check out our two favorite Sunday Night Football anytime TD scorer props.
The Packers and Vikings are both 7-8 and fighting for a playoff spot. Even though this is not a top-tier primetime matchup, this game has massive playoff implications, as the winner will keep their postseason hopes alive.
Oddsmakers list Minnesota as a slight point favorite, with the total sitting at . This is expected to be a tight game, which could make finding an anytime TD scorer prop much harder. Luckily, we have poured through the data and have come up with the best SNF anytime touchdown scorer picks.
Sunday Night Football Touchdown Scorer Odds
Here, we have included the anytime TD scorer odds for Packers vs. Vikings from some of our top-rated sports betting apps.
Packers vs. Vikings Anytime TD Scorer Props
After missing last week’s game, Jayden Reed will be back in the lineup for the Packers this week. The rookie out of Michigan State has been one of the most versatile weapons on Green Bay, as he has eight total touchdowns (six receiving, two rushing).
Since Christian Watson‘s injury, Reed has been the most targeted player on the team and has had two touchdowns over the last two games. Although he has not been ruled ‘Out’ so far, Wastson has not practiced this week, meaning Reed should be the top receiver again.
Minnesota’s pass defense has generally been solid this season. However, they have been torched against Jake Browning and Jared Goff in the last two weeks. Jordan Love is inconsistent but has been very good down the stretch.
In the Packers’ last six games, Love is completing 68% of his passes for 1,578 yards and 13 touchdowns to only one interception. The Vikings are dealing with some injuries in the secondary, which should help Reed cash an anytime TD scorer prop.
Green Bay’s defense has also been very shaky lately. If this game turns into a shootout, the Packers will have the edge as their passing game is more effective with Love. Despite Minnesota’s success on defense this year, they rank 24th in third down conversion rate. They also do not get much of a pass rush, which will be a problem against one of the better pass-blocking offensive lines in the NFL.
Reed is a legit downfield threat, and the Vikings have allowed a lot of explosive plays. Green Bay does not have the most explosive offense, but they do an excellent job moving the chains, which should set this offense up to take a few shots with Reed.
I can comfortably say that Justin Jefferson is the best wide receiver in the NFL. It does not matter who is taking the snaps for Minnesota; if you throw it toward Jefferson, good things will happen.
The Vikings will start Jaren Hall this week, the fourth quarterback Jefferson has played with this season. The rookie out of BYU started a game earlier this year but was knocked out very early with a concussion, which resulted in the brief Josh Dobbs era in Minnesota.
Since his return from injury, Jefferson has been the most targeted player on the Vikings. Over his last three games, Jefferson has averaged five receptions and 84 yards on 7.7 targets per game. Last week, Jefferson almost single-handedly defeated the Lions on some insane catches on the game’s final possession.
Minnesota could make things interesting in the NFC playoff race with a win, but they will have to do so as one of the most banged-up teams in the league. Tight end T.J. Hockenson is out for the season with a torn ACL and MCL, and rookie receiver Jordan Addison has not practiced this week and is doubtful to play.
This should result in even more opportunities for Jefferson. It also helps that the Packers’ pass defense is one of the worst in the league, and they will be without Jaire Alexander as he is serving a team-imposed one-game suspension.
Even though Minnesota is playing with an inexperienced quarterback, it is clear that they trust Hall, as he was named the starter before they turned to Dobbs earlier in the season. Minnesota throws the ball the fourth-most in the NFL, which should continue this week in a do-or-die matchup with a hated rival. With all the injuries in the skill room, Jefferson is the most likely to score a touchdown.
Sunday Night Football Anytime Touchdown Scorer Parlay Odds
If you follow our Packers vs. Vikings Sunday Night Football anytime TD scorer picks, you can parlay them for a much bigger payout. The odds for each touchdown prop will depend on the sportsbook you use. However, with two plus-money player props, you should get an excellent number to bet on, no matter what.
At DraftKings, you can parlay Reed (+165) and Jefferson (-120) to score a touchdown tonight, and you will be given +335 odds. This means that a $100 bettor would be up $335 if both players score a touchdown.
With +335 odds on our SNF anytime TD scorer parlay, we have an implied probability of 22.99% that our parlay will cash. Check out Gaming Today’s implied probability calculator to find the implied probability of any bet.