NFL Week Seven Anytime Touchdown Best Bets

NFL Week Seven Anytime Touchdown Best Bets
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✍️ Written by
Ty Bronicel
🗓 Updated
May 19th 2023

Last week I went two for three on these, as two running backs emerged as new go-to guys.

Let’s see if I can go three for three with these beauties. However, for Sunday’s games, I’m betting on and believing in three established stud rushers.

OK, the odds on each are less than even money–but so what if they’re gimmes, right?


So here we go.

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Ezekiel Elliott (-120), Cowboys at Lions

Elliott is getting better every week as he rounds into top form. He faces a Lions defense that surrenders a league-worst 5.5 yards per carry and has given up 10 rushing TDs (second-worst in the NFL).

When – not if – the Cowboys get into the red zone, expect the ball to wind up in Mister Elliott’s hands and he’ll work it right into the end zone.

Saquon Barkley (-130), Giants at Jaguars

A healthy Barkley also looks like he’s getting into his regular grinding groove. The favorite to win the league’s Comeback Player of the Year award has scored a touchdown in four of the Giants’ six games this season and he’s averaging 5.2 yards per carry.


He’ll be totin’ the rock around the goal line and will punch another one through for six.

Bankin’ on Barkley is smart money – and that includes you, TNT.

Nick Chubb (-110), Browns at Ravens

I’m surprised at this price and you should look at it as a gift.

Here’s how robust Chubb’s stats are through six games: He ranks fourth overall in rush attempts (110), second in yards per carry (5.9), and first in yards rushing (649) and rushing touchdowns (7).

What the hell am I missing here?

The answer is nothing.

Yeah, the Ravens have another typical stout rushing D but they’re not stopping that dude on Sunday down deep in enemy territory. Chubb’s gonna run one out for a satisfying score.

One final note on Chubb: He was selected in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft, the 35th pick overall.

Memo to NFL GMs: Y’all overlooked that tough kid Nick.

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Ty Bronicel
Ty Bronicel
Sports Journalist

Ty Bronicel is a dedicated journalist and graduate of the University of Utah with over 25 years of experience in web media. He has worked for USA TODAY, MSN, Yahoo!, Yahoo! Sports,,, and

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