This year’s edition of the Giants-Commanders matchup doesn’t have the same spark we’ve seen in recent years. However, bettors can still find some value in the anytime TD prop market in a game featuring Tommy DeVito and Sam Howell.
I found two Commanders anytime touchdown props that seem to be shoe-ins and a long shot prop for a Giants wide receiver that could net you a big payday.
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Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Giants vs. Commanders
- Brian Robinson Jr. (-125)
- Terry McLaurin (+138)
- Sterling Shepard (+800)
Brian Robinson Jr. anytime touchdown scorer
Robinson Jr. didn’t score a rushing touchdown in last week’s game but found his way into the end zone via the passing game against the Seahawks. The second-year running back has scored a touchdown in three out of his past four games and has a favorable matchup against the Giants.
This season, the Giants’ defense has allowed 11 rushing touchdowns to running backs (tied for second-most in the NFL). When these two teams played each other in Week 7, Robinson only had 23 yards on eight carries but scored a rushing touchdown. The 24-year-old running back has scored eight (five rushing) total touchdowns and leads the Commanders with 18 red zone rushing attempts.
Terry McLaurin anytime touchdown scorer
McLaurin has only scored two touchdowns on the season, with his last touchdown coming in Week 8 against the Eagles. The veteran wide receiver will hopefully find the endzone for the third time this season against the Giants' defense, which has allowed 10 touchdowns to WRs.
McLaurin will be matched up with New York CB Adoree’ Jackson, who has allowed one TD this season. However, the Giants’ defense is ranked 23rd in DVOA-WR1, per ftnfantasy.com, making this a solid matchup for the former Ohio State receiver.
Sterling Shepard anytime touchdown scorer
Finally, if you are looking for a super longshot anytime TD dart throw, look no further than New York WR Sterling Shepard. Shepard scored his first touchdown of the season in last week’s loss to the Cowboys.
The Giants’ offense is looking for someone to step up at receiver, especially with star running back Saquon Barkley receiving a ton of attention in the backfield. The veteran receiver has a good matchup on Sunday against the Commanders’ defense, which has allowed 14 TDs to WRs this season.
It’s hard to trust this Giants’ passing game with DeVito still catching up to the speed of the NFL. But Shephard had four red zone targets last week, which is the most any Giants’ pass catcher has had in a single game this season.
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