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NFL Week 7 Best Bets To Score A Touchdown
An increasingly popular NFL prop bet from week to week is to predict which player(s) will score a touchdown at any time during a game.
But remember: A touchdown scorer is a player in possession of the ball in the opposing team’s end zone (not the player who throws the TD).
Seems fairly simple, right?
Well, the odds are such that you have to put a good amount of moola on your guy(s) to make it worthwhile and turn a decent profit.
But it certainly is doable and we’ll begin with the best bet of the bunch.
Also, be sure to check out our guide to online casinos, from Michigan to New Jersey. You can place all your NFL future bets there.
Breece Hall, Jets (+170) at Packers
The rookie running back, a second-round pick out of Iowa State, has become the Jets’ go-to rusher. He’s averaged 18 carries and 82 yards in New York’s last two games and scored in each of those wins, at Pittsburgh and at home vs. Miami. I’m not the only one who believes Hall is on the verge of becoming a breakout star and I’m also betting the kid makes it three straight games with a TD by scoring on the Packers in Green Bay.
Kenneth Walker III, Seahawks (+110) vs. Cardinals
Going with another rookie running back who could soon emerge as a top NFL talent. Walker, another second-round pick, had 88 yards and a touchdown on just eight carries last week against the Saints. Now, following Rashaad Penny’s season-ending injury, Walker figures to get even more carries against the Cardinals and enjoy another productive afternoon which will include his second TD of the season.
George Pickens, Steelers (+280) vs. Buccaneers
Yup, going with yet another rookie and another second-round pick from this year’s NFL Draft: Pittsburgh wide receiver George Pickens out of Georgia. It’s a longshot after witnessing what the Bills did to the Steelers last week – a 38-3 beatdown. But the Steelers are back home and the Bucs have given up seven passing touchdowns this season. Pickens has had six catches in each of the last two games, for great yardage, and the feeling here is Kenny Pickett, also a rookie (first-rounder) finally throws his first touchdown pass. It will be Pickett to Pickens for six.
Final note: If you parlay these three picks, the odds are an attractive 33 to 1, which means a $10 bet would net $340 and a $100 wager a whopping $3,400.
So too is betting on Pickett, at +500, to score a rushing TD. He had two in his first NFL appearance, against the Jets, but was shut out last week in the blowout loss to Buffalo.