The Tennessee Titans will continue their three-game road trip on Sunday afternoon as they head to the Sunshine State to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Even though both teams have struggled this season, there is still a lot of star power in this game.
I found two Buccaneers anytime touchdown props that are excellent value, along with a Titans prop that seems like a no-brainer.
Below, I’ll lay out my three favorite anytime scorer picks for Titans-Buccaneers, using odds from Caesars Sportsbook.
Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Titans vs. Buccaneers
- DeAndre Hopkins (+188)
- Rachaad White (+130)
- Mike Evans (+163)
DeAndre Hopkins anytime touchdown scorer
After scoring three touchdowns against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 8, DeAndre Hopkins didn’t score a touchdown in last week’s loss against the Steelers. Hopkins still was impactful, recording four receptions (11 targets) for 60 yards.
Hopkins will try to get back in the end zone on Sunday against the Buccaneers’ defense, which has allowed 10 touchdowns to wideouts this season (tied for fourth-most in the NFL). The Bucs’ defense gave up four touchdowns to the Texans’ wide receivers last week. Now imagine what Hopkins could do as he has a strong connection with rookie QB Will Levis.
Rachaad White anytime touchdown scorer
The second-year running back found the end zone for the first time since Week 2 in last week’s loss to the Texans. White scored two rushing touchdowns after receiving a season-high nine red zone attempts, per ftnfantasy.com. The 24-year-old running back will try to capitalize off his two TD performance this week against the Titans.
The Titans’ defense has only given up six total touchdowns (five rushing) to running backs this season. However, they’ve allowed back-to-back rushing touchdowns to RBs in their last two games against the Steelers and the Falcons.
White hasn’t lived up to preseason expectations, but we’ll take a shot on him to get into the endzone in a must-win for Tampa Bay.
Mike Evans anytime touchdown scorer
Finally, we’ll take Mike Evans to score a touchdown on Sunday. Evans didn’t score a touchdown in last week’s loss to Houston despite having four receptions (five targets) for 87 yards.
The star receiver will face a Titans’ defense that only allows seven touchdowns to WRs this season. However, Tennessee is also ranked 30th in DVOA-WR1, per ftnfantasy.com. If the Buccaneers want to win, they must find their star wideout. Evans doesn’t have as many red zone targets (6) as Chris Godwin (12), but he’s seen at least one in three out of his last four games.
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