Get Anytime Touchdown player prop picks & odds for the (10/22/23) NFL Sunday slate.
Anytime Touchdown Player Prop Picks
Check out below for Week 7 Anytime Touchdown best bets. In this prop, the goal is to select a player who scores at least one rushing or receiving touchdown at any point in the game (passing touchdowns do not count for QBs).
Cooper Kupp Anytime Touchdown (+108 Caesars)
Opposing wide receivers are averaging 1.2 reception touchdowns per game against Pittsburgh, which is the fifth highest rate in the NFL. Their secondary cannot hold up in the slightest in terms of yards too, so receivers have a great matchup against them.
Enter Cooper Kupp, who is absolutely dominating post injury. Kupp owns three red zone targets through two games; this pace would place him among the current league leaders. Extrapolation from small samples should usually be avoided, but it’s fair in Kupp’s case given his talent and past red zone target production.
With running back Kyren Williams out, Los Angeles may increase their pass rate in the red zone too, which behooves Kupp. He’s scored a touchdown in 17 of his last 28 games (since week one of his breakout 2021 year). That’s a 60.7 percent hit rate, which easily clears the 48 percent rate he needs here based on the odds.
Jaylen Waddle Anytime Touchdown (+160 DK)
Miami leads the NFL in points, yards per play, first downs, and passing touchdowns, so Jaylen Waddle will certainly receive plenty of opportunities to score. He quietly paces Miami in red zone targets per game, and he owns a two-game touchdown streak. Waddle is finally healthy, and the Alabama product is thriving as a result.
He faces an Eagles defense that has allowed the third most receiving touchdowns per game to opposing wide receivers and the second fewest touchdowns per game to running backs. Opponents cannot run on Philadelphia, but they have seen success testing their cornerbacks. Look for Waddle to burn them here for a score.
He must score about 38 percent of the time based on his odds.
Travis Kelce Anytime Touchdown (-130 FD)
Kelce paces Kansas City in red zone targets despite missing a game, which isn’t too surprising. The superstar tight end is one of the best pass-catchers in the NFL and a constant touchdown threat. He has scored 52 touchdowns in 85 games since Patrick Mahomes took over.
Los Angeles’ defense has given up 1.6 receiving touchdowns per game – the seventh highest rate. The Chargers also rank 26th in percentage of opponent drives ending in an offensive score and 30th in opponent dropback expected points added per play. In other words, Los Angeles is extremely susceptible to aerial attacks.
Kelce needs to score about 56 percent of the time.