Despite hitting on only one bet last week, readers following this author’s picks have profited off more than 50% of their NFL prop bets. And by selecting underdogs, we improve our profit margins – now up to 36% through the last four weeks for bettors.
This week, we’ll pick our longest odds yet for an NFL Anytime TD scoring prop. Bettors that parlay all four of these picks will earn an extraordinary +10,394 odds, meaning a $50 bet would payout $5,197.50.
Here are this week’s “four sure” NFL Week 7 Anytime TD prop bets. Let's cash these in, folks!
Washington RB Brian Robinson Jr. had been a shining star for a struggling Commanders team. The second-year Alabama product recorded 265 all-purpose yards in Washington’s first three games.
Since, Robinson has produced just 150 yards total and a miserable 2.8 rushing yards per carry average. What Robinson and the Commanders need to get back on track is a visit north to the NFC East rivals.
The New York Giants own the second-worst rushing defense in the league, allowing opponents nearly 150 yards per outing and seven rushing TDs on the year. Expect Washington and Robinson to take advantage of the porous defense and add another TD to his season total.
After RB Nick Chubb went down with a season-ending injury in Week 2, the Cleveland Browns have turned to Jerome Ford for their backfield needs. The second-year RB has not disappointed, racking up 354 yards this year.
Included in that total is an 84-yard rushing performance Sunday in the Browns’ upset of the San Francisco 49ers. Averaging nearly 19 touches per contest, bettors should feel confident about selecting Ford to score an anytime TD in Week 7.
His opponent this week – Indianapolis – is giving up 1.17 TDs per contest to RBs. Additionally, the Colts have surrendered over 120 all-purpose yards on average to opposing backfield runners.
After a hot start to the season, Green Bay QB Jordan Love has cooled faster than an Sahara night. The first-time starter has completed just over 59% of his passes for 428 yards in the past two games with a league-leading five INTs during the Packers’ back-to-back losses.
Adding to Love’s woes is his inexperienced receivers. Second-year WR Romeo Doubs leads the Packers in receptions (21), yards (228) and TD catches (3). A pair of rookies – TE Luke Musgrave and WR Jayden Reed have been pleasant surprises thus far and will help Green Bay form a solid nucleus.
Look hard at Musgrave for an anytime TD score for NFL Week 7 with his matchup against the Denver Broncos. In four out of their last five games, Denver has allowed TEs to secure seven or more catches for at least 80 yards.
The middle defense for the Broncos is one of their weaknesses as TEs are catching 84% of their targets against Denver. Expect Love to find Musgrave early and often, giving the Oregon State rookie his first NFL TD.
The longest odds we’ve recommended in the 2023 NFL season belong to New York Giants WR Wan’Dale Robinson. On the year, Robinson is second on the Giants’ WR corp in targets (25) despite missing the first two games of the season. He’s caught 88% of the passes thrown his way, giving him 22 receptions for 141 yards on the year.
Multiple reports have suggested that Robinson and rookie WR Jalin Hyatt will become the primary focus for New York’s passing game over the next few weeks regardless of whether QB Tyrod Taylor or Daniel Jones is under center.
With Washington giving up a league-leading 1.5 TDs per contest to WRs, take a flier on Robinson to score during this Week 7 matchup.