NFL Anytime Touchdown Odds: 4 TD Player Props To Consider Week 7

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Written By Josh Lander | Last Updated
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There are some low totals across the NFL Week 7 betting slate. That’s not great for picking touchdown props, but let’s see if we can sift through the muck to find some winners. Anytime touchdown odds are widely available across the best sports betting sites each week, offering sports bettors a fun way to cash in on rushing, receiving, and defensive scores. In addition to one receiver and a running back, I’m adding two quarterbacks to the mix this week, one to score with his legs and the other his arm.

Passing touchdowns are a different TD scorer prop market than ATTDs, so make sure you’re looking at the correct one before placing a bet. Let’s dig in.

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Lions QB Jared Goff Over Passing TDs

We’re getting some great juice for the Lions QB to get multiple passing TDs in this one because the Ravens have only allowed Joe Burrow to do so this season. More specifically, Joe Burrow with just one fully functioning calf. The five passers who failed to record two passing scores against Baltimore were CJ Stroud in his first NFL start, Gardner Minshew, Dorian Thompson-Robinson, Kenny Pickett, and the combo of Ryan Tannehill and Malik Willis.

Consider me unimpressed.

Goff has covered this over in two of his last three games, plus he’ll be without his RB1 and touchdown monster David Montgomery. Backup RB Jahmyr Gibbs isn’t expected to play either, leaving short yardage situations to a combo of Goff throws and third-string RB Craig Reynolds. Add in the Ravens’ bottom 10 pressure rate and the former No. 1 overall pick is a good bet for multiple throwing scores at plus money.

Here are the other touchdown odds for Lions at Ravens. Remember, the odds in these markets for Goff would be for him to score a rushing touchdown. The Over 1.5 passing touchdown prop is linked above.

Eagles QB Jalen Hurts ()

Hurts has recorded five rushing scores over the last five games. He can mostly thank the offense’s advantage when it uses the Tush Push. The defense is unable to push its own players in the back the way the offense can to propel its QB forward.

The Dolphins have the fifth-worst defense at stopping the run and are dead last when you account for schedule-adjusted stats. To be fair, they haven’t had to stop the run that often considering the offense’s explosiveness. It’s hard to justify a game plan of ground-and-pound when Miami’s offense scores in mere seconds on multiple drives a game.

The Eagles can justify sticking to the run, though. As -2.5 favorites, they should have a relatively neutral-to-positive game script in this one. They also have the second-best rushing offense success rate in the league, with the fifth-most adjusted offensive line yards, meaning their line is moving the defense back incredibly well.

Death, taxes, and the Tush Push for a yard!

Bills WR Stefon Diggs ()

Diggs has flown under the radar while quietly enjoying one of his best seasons. Only the record-breaking Tyreek Hill has more receiving scores. Usually, a matchup with Bill Belichick’s defense would scare bettors away from the Bills’ star receiver, but the situation appears more favorable for Buffalo’s offense. Cornerback Christian Gonzalez is out for the season, limiting Belichick’s ability to bracket Diggs with multiple defenders.

Buffalo’s top receiving option has enjoyed four touchdowns through six games against the Patriots. He scored in both of matchups last season en route to 196 yards on 14 catches. New England’s defense has surrendered 93 points over the last three games and the Bills should be motivated to dominate after a clunker against the Giants.

Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker ()

Some of you won’t be surprised to see Kenneth Walker III in this player props article. We selected him to score the last three weeks Seattle has played and he’s cashed for us every time, scoring in four straight games. Let’s make it five!

Arizona’s awful run defense should provide ample opportunity. The Cardinals have allowed five rushing scores to opposing RBs this season, tied for fifth-most. Moreover, they’ve allowed a league-worst four receiving TDs to running backs and Walker has 11 catches on 13 targets. While he has yet to score through the air, he has caught at least three balls in three of five games.

Seattle is at home against a bottom-of-the-barrel defense. Let’s ride with Walker one more time.

Best of luck betting anytime touchdown odds this week.