If you enjoy making NFL bets on player touchdowns, or if the thought has crossed your mind, then welcome to our rundown of favorite anytime TD scorer predictions for Week 7.
We’ve analyzed the game’s highest-probability scripts to assess the most likely outcomes, including which players are the best bets to reach the end zone. All prop bets are taken from DraftKings, FanDuel Sportsbook, or BetMGM.
NFL Week 7 Anytime TD Scorer Predictions
The following NFL betting recommendations are based on proprietary PFN predictive analytics culled from decades of NFL historical data. Using this data, I’ve built dozens of models showing actionable probabilities of better-than-expected and worse-than-expected outcomes.
Alvin Kamara (+130) — FanDuel
The Cardinals have been hit or miss against the run (they couldn’t even slow down Cam Akers). And for now, the Saints’ offense still largely runs through Alvin Kamara. I like that he’s been dominating touches, and his nine targets on Sunday marked a season-high.
If the Saints score, there’s a decent shot it’ll be Kamara with the ball. And New Orleans realistically could score 3+ times against Arizona.
Tee Higgins (+210) — DraftKings
As I’ve written since the summer, Tee Higgins has as much season-long upside as Ja’Marr Chase. A healthy Higgins can go toe-to-toe any given week.
Is Chase a special talent? Absolutely. And yet, I’d give both equal odds of scoring in Week 7, which is why it’s strange Chase’s most favorable odds are +130 (FanDuel). I’d rather bet on Higgins for a bigger haul.
Michael Gallup (+430) — FanDuel
If Dak Prescott returns, I’ll love these odds even more. Michael Gallup is the co-No. 2 WR with Noah Brown, though Gallup can break away once he gets back in the flow of a Prescott-led offense. Facing a Lions defense that can’t stop any NFL team, Dallas should have a field day after a tough Sunday Night Football defeat.
CeeDee Lamb (+215) — DraftKings
See above. Now read this sentence. Now this one. OK, you know what to do. CeeDee Lamb might shred Detroit’s secondary. Even if he doesn’t, I imagine he and Prescott will make up for lost time and get back on track together.
Chris Godwin (+165) — FanDuel
When will Tom Brady play like Tom Brady again? Perhaps against the reeling Panthers. With Julio Jones still on the shelf and Russell Gage struggling as expected, we’re back to the traditional triumvirate of Leonard Fournette, Mike Evans, and Chris Godwin dominating looks.
Godwin’s anytime-TD line is the most favorable, so I’d roll with him. In reality, all three guys could score in this one.
Tyquan Thornton (+650) — FanDuel
No respect for Tyquan Thornton? That’s quite a betting line for a rookie second-rounder who debuted with three targets in Week 5 and then followed up with five targets and a score this past weekend. In fact, on Sunday, Thornton was tied for the team lead with four catches. So yeah, I’ll take +650 odds even if he has a 25% chance of scoring (and I think that percentage is higher).