Expert Week 5 NFL anytime touchdown scorer prop bets, including EXCLUSIVE DraftKings odds boost

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Anytime touchdown scorers have been a crapshoot this season. I’m hitting at a 23% rate, which is slightly above the average of the standard 20%. Luckily, DraftKings sportsbook is offering us another EXCLUSIVE odds boost on anytime touchdown scorers this Sunday. This boost will add +100 odds to the player picked!

Last week I targeted Jamaal Williams, whose odds to score a touchdown went from -125 to +175 with this exclusive boost…and it was a winner! Let’s keep the success going into Week 5. Follow the link in the Tweet below to take advantage.

James Robinson (Jaguars) +100 +200

The Texans are giving up the 2nd-most rushing TDs to opposing RBs, averaging 1.25 per game. The Jaguars are in a bounce-back spot at home after a tough road loss and the 7-point spread indicates James Robinson should see a big workload on Sunday. He has 4 TDs on the season, and after being left out of the end zone last week I love him to score against Houston.

Chris Godwin (Buccaneers) +155 +255

The Falcons have given up 6 TDs to opposing WRs this season and 1.5 per game. This is tied for 2nd-worst in the league. AJ Terrell is a bright spot on this defense and should do a good job isolating Mike Evans on Sunday. I like Chris Godwin to get his first TD this season after being the #1 red-zone passing target in this offense last year.

Damien Harris (Patriots) +101 +201

Detroit is giving up 2 rushing TDs per game to opposing RBs, by far the worst in the league. Damien Harris has scored in 3 straight games and is getting 57% of the red-zone rush attempts. Using the DK boost bumping this to 2/1 feels like stealing.

Justin Fields (Bears) +235 +335

Justin Fields has one rushing TD on the season, but still owns 20% of the red-zone rushing attempts for Chicago. The Vikings has the 28th-worst Opponent Red-Zone Scoring % in the league, allowing a TD on 72% of attempts, 87% over the last 3! The only other mobile QB they faced this season was Jalen Hurts, who rushed for 2TDs in that game. I love this spot for Fields to get in the end zone.

CeeDee Lamb (Cowboys) +200 +300

This Rams’ secondary is in shambles. I say it every week and they have yet to prove me wrong. CeeDee Lamb has scored twice this season and although Jalen Ramsey would be enough to scare me off, he’s even been exposed a few times this year. The Rams allow 1.5 receiving TDs per game to opposing WRs and Lamb has scored in two games straight. Their lack of a pass rush is allowing QBs time to really pick apart this secondary.

TJ Hockenson (Lions) +190 +290

TJ Hockenson exploded last week for arguably the best game of his career, that included 2 TDs. While Amon-Ra St. Brown is expected to return this week, the matchup against New England is too good to ignore. The Patriots allow a league-worst 1.25 TDs per game to opposing TEs. Mark Andrews, Robert Tonyan, and Pat Freiermuth all scored this New England defense, so let’s keep that trend rolling on Sunday with Hockenson.

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