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NFL Week 11 Anytime Touchdown Scorer Best Bets | Pickswise




After hitting Ty Chandler last week at +750 for an anytime touchdown, I feel about as good as you can when picking TD scorers heading into Week 11. Aside from one extremely low total, we could actually see some fireworks this weekend across a multitude of Games.

Let’s look at my favorite TD scorers for this week.

Darrell Henderson, RB, LAR (+135)

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Henderson will be the lead back this week against the Seahawks, and the Rams are big on running in red-zone situations. He already has 1 TD in 3 games, and with Stafford returning that should free things up in the run game for Henderson. I like him to get a crack at it on the goal line and the Seahawks are giving up 1.1 rushing TDs per game this season.

Aaron Jones, RB, GB (+150)

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The Chargers are allowing 1.2 rushing TDs per game and Jones is back into a big workload these last 2 games. Jones can get it done on the ground and through the air, while LA’s defense is giving up the ninth-most fantasy points to opposing RBs this season. It’s a great spot for Jones to shine. Getting 1.5-to-1 odds on a RB1 is good value.

Calvin Ridley, WR, JAX (+175)

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The Titans have given up a TD to opposing WRs in 4 straight weeks and specifically struggle with guys in the X position, like Ridley is. Count on a big bounce-back game for Ridley in a favorable matchup. I love this at nearly 2-to-1 odds.

Kareem Hunt, RB, CLE (+270)

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I realize this Game has the lowest total of the entire slate, but getting Hunt at +270 after scoring in 5 straight weeks is just absurd. If Dorian Thompson-Robinson can get them in the red zone, Hunt will get the call. It helps that Pittsburgh’s rush defense got crushed this past week missing 2 starting ILBs. 

Geoff Swaim, TE, ARI (+1500)

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Kyler Murray loves his TEs, as we saw with Trey McBride last week, but Swaim saw 2 targets for 2 receptions against Atlanta on nearly 50% of the snaps.He got 1 red-zone target last week on a block and release inside the 20. This is well worth a small bet.