Get Anytime Touchdown player prop picks & odds for the (10/29/23) NFL Sunday slate.
Anytime Touchdown Player Prop Picks
Check out below for Week 8 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).
AJ Brown Anytime Touchdown (+115 DK)
AJ Brown is on a tear recently, as he has cleared 127 yards in each of his last five games. Brown paces Philadelphia in target share, receptions, yards, receiving touchdowns, first read target share, and red zone targets. He’s also one of ten players to record at least 7 end zone targets. Essentially, Jalen Hurts is looking towards Brown at an exceptionally high rate.
Philadelphia faces a Commanders defense that has allowed the second most receiving touchdowns per game to wide receivers, ranks 29th in percentage of opponent drives ending in an offensive score, and sits 27th in opponent dropback expected points added per play. Outside receivers in particular have cooked Washington, which bodes well for Brown. Overall, it’s a great matchup for him, and the Eagles should secure plenty of scoring chances. Brown must score about 46 percent of the time given the odds for the bet to have a positive expected value.
Breece Hall Anytime Touchdown (+130 BMGM)
Any lingering doubts about Hall’s torn ACL sapping some of his burst are gone. The star running back ranks 3rd in yards after contact per attempt, 2nd in breakaway percentage, 9th in elusiveness rating, and 3rd in yards per attempt (per PFF, min. 25 attempts). Hall is as explosive as ever, and New York finally ended the Dalvin Cook experiment, which gives Hall nearly all of the volume.
The Giants have surrendered the third-highest opponent yards per attempt, the third=rd most rushing touchdowns, and the third=most rushing yards. Opposing backs are brutally crushing the Giants, which bodes well for Breece Hall here. He needs to score about 43% of the time for the bet to have a positive expected value.
Rashee Rice Anytime Touchdown (+210 DK)
Rice ranks ninth in yards per route run, third in yards after catch per reception, and 15th in overall receiving grade across the NFL (per PFF, min. 25 targets). He’s also tied 10th in red zone targets too. Rice has dominated on his capped snap count, and Kansas City is quickly ramping up his usage. Patrick Mahomes clearly trusts the rookie, which bodes well for his scoring chances.
Rice meets a horrific Broncos defense that has given up the most passing touchdowns per game, the most net yards gained per pass attempt and easily ranks dead last in opponent dropback expected points added per play. Look for the rookie receiver to shred Denver. He must score only about 32% of the time based on his odds.
Mark Andrews Anytime Touchdown (+145 FD)
Andrews owns 5 of Baltimore’s 8 receiving touchdowns, and his connection with Lamar Jackson is stronger than ever. He leads Baltimore in red zone targets per game and remains Jackson’s go-to target. The Ravens rank 9th in point scored, so Andrews will see plenty of scoring chances, especially against this Cardinals defense.
Arizona has surrendered the sixth-most passing touchdowns per game, the fourth-most net air yards gained per pass attempt, and ranks 29th in opponent drop back expected points added per play. Baltimore should launch a devastating aerial assault here, and Andrews will likely spearhead the effort. He must score about 40% of the time.