NFL Week 14 Anytime Touchdown Scorer Props: Look For James Robinson, Justin Fields In End Zone

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Jaguars running back James Robinson (Photo by David Rosenblum/Icon Sportswire)

Welcome to Gaming Today’s anytime touchdown scorer props picks. Here we focus on players who will get in the end zone in Week 14 of the NFL season.

Last week, we were 2-3 on touchdown scorer props and profited an excellent 8.35 units on our bets.

Typically, these props are offered at plus-money odds, meaning a bettor does not have to hit at 50% or better to win money. If we are able to pick winners on half our bets, we will make a lot of amount of money together.

We even offer up some longshot plays for Week 14. Bet smart and read the analysis of where to make your wagers. The expectation is these lines will move as the games get closer.

All betting lines were available at the time of this writing on Friday.

If you are looking for my usual player prop article that has profited over 17 units this season, here are my Week 14 player props picks.

As always, follow the advice of Furio from The Sopranos …. “Bet with your head, not over it”  

Week 14 Anytime TD Scorer Props

James Robinson To Score A Touchdown +270 | 2+ +2300 (FanDuel)

Nine touches last week is the reason this line is so high. While he’s been benched for fumbling two weeks in a row, Robinson is the clear lead back, and coach Urban Meyer hinted he’ll get more usage this week. The fact that Carlos Hyde has better odds to score than Robinson is outrageous, and J-Rob’s TD props being priced much shorter elsewhere in the betting market suggests value at these FanDuel numbers. The Titans defense is extremely tough to run on, but the salient point is these lines should be closer to +150/+1200. The value is excellent on this anytime touchdown scorer prop.

Kareem Hunt To Score A Touchdown +180 (DraftKings)

As I teased in the Week 14 player prop article, Kareem Hunt is back for the Cleveland Browns. This will be the first game he plays while fully healthy since Odell Beckham Jr. was cut. My expectation is his usage rates will skyrocket, as the Browns put everything into winning this weekend’s divisional game against Baltimore. Hunt is one of their top offensive weapons.

Leonard Fournette TD Scorer -125 (PointsBet)

The line here is excellent, which is why it’s a bet for me at less than even-money Leonard Fournette has scored in each of the last two games, including impressive implementation in the passing game. His nine touchdowns in the last nine games show he is the clear workhorse back for Tampa Bay.

Russell Gage To Score A Touchdown +270 (FanDuel)

All of sudden, Russell Gage is a target hog in Atlanta. Gage was stopped at the one-yard line last week, otherwise he would’ve scored and this line would be much lower. Twelve targets last week and seven the week prior bode well for his usage this weekend.

Justin Fields Anytime TD Scorer +380 (DraftKings)

Followers of Gaming Today’s player prop articles know how much of a Justin Fields fan I am. Fields is a special athlete at quarterback who just needs to be let loose by Matt Nagy. This is easier said than done for the Bears’ lame-duck head coach. However, Fields has seen more than six rushing attempts in each of his last five games. The rushing touchdowns are coming. If he doesn’t score, he will be a bet again next week if he is +380.

Also read: NFL Week 14 odds and early moves | NFL Week 14 totals | Week 15 look-ahead lines

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Erich Richter

Erich Richter

Erich is a New York-based writer and gambling expert specializing in the sports industry. His work is featured in numerous publications. Erich is a diehard Mets, Giants, and Knicks fan (it’s been tough). Twitter: @erichterrr

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