After a grueling 207-day break, the NFL is back! The regular season kicks off an annual betting marathon, and with the emergence of player accessories, no market has exploded in popularity more than Anytime Touchdown Scorers.
As the Anytime Touchdown Specialist here at The Action Network, I’ll bet TD props for every primetime game of the 2022 NFL season and share my analysis on how I approach each pick.
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Invoices versus Rams Choice of touchdown at any time
It’s arguably the crème de la crème of the AFC and NFC to kick off the NFL’s 103rd regular season. With both Invoices and Rams ranking in the top 10 in points per game and touchdowns per game in 2021, we have a game that is ripe for picking Anytime Touchdown Scorers.
Here are my top three picks (All bets are for 1U unless otherwise stated):
There’s a lot to love here with Robinson. He’s a questionable WR1 on offense for the Rams and plays with the best quarterback he’s ever had in Matthew Stafford.
For comparison, when Robert Woods was WR2 against Cooper Kupp last season, his odds ranged from -105 to +120 in nine games played. This means that +155 is a major theft for Robinson. This might be the last time you see him above +120 all season if he scores.
For anyone who’s ever followed me, you know my mantra: if Knox is above +200, it’s an auto bet every time. He was fourth in red-zone targets in all tight ends last season and finished with nine touchdowns.
There’s a ton of love for Gabriel Davis this year, but let’s face it: he’s the Bills player to target for TD props. While the Rams allowed just four touchdowns on tight ends last season, they were in the bottom 10 for targets and receptions at the post.
Knox was above +200 to start on Wednesday, but news of his new four-year contract extension caused some steam to drag him back to his +180 position at Caesars. I would always play it at this number.
This is more of an odds game considering Skowronek hasn’t caught a touchdown in his NFL career. That being said, he was heavily involved in the Rams passing game in the playoffs with injured Van Jefferson, and Jefferson is out for that game as well.
Buffalo gave up just six touchdowns to wide receivers last season, which was the best in the NFL. Four of them, however, came after Tre’Davious White tore his ACL in Week 12, and White is out for the first four games of the season after being placed on the reserve/PUP roster.
That number was much, much higher Wednesday morning. It was +675 at BetMGM, before news of Jefferson being eliminated for good broke later in the afternoon. It was reduced very quickly, but DraftKings still has the highest number.
I only bet half a unit on this one to limit my bets for the first game.
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