NFL Anytime Touchdown Scorers: 19-1 Sunday Parlay Featuring Calvin Ridley
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Betting on NFL Anytime Touchdown parlays is incredibly fun even if they’re mostly a losing proposition that will drain your bankroll if you’re not careful. Most sportsbooks tend to clean up on this bet type so how do we scratch the “parlay itch” without overextending ourselves financially?
Allow me to introduce, “The 180 Challenge.” Here’s how it works.
Each week, I'll be betting a three-leg Anytime TD parlay that equates to +1800 or more at BetMGM. It'll be $10 per parlay ticket, $180 total for the season.
A NEW piece of NFL content I'll be doing this year for @ActionNetworkHQ involves Anytime TD parlays.
It's called "The 180 Challenge". Here's how it works:
— Gilles Gallant (@GDAWG5000) September 9, 2023
The goal is obviously to win as much as possible, but the safety net is you only need to hit one parlay all season to make your money back. If you go 0-18 (which would be unfortunate), the positive spin is it's only $180. This way, we can still participate with fun touchdown parlays while managing our bankroll and not going overboard on bad spending habits.
Disclaimer: 18-1 parlays have less than 5% chance of hitting, and that percentage only shrinks as you increase the parlay odds. Keep your expectations in check and bet on these for recreation.
Here’s my Anytime Touchdown Parlay for Week 1 at +1998 at BetMGM.
Hill should get a lot of extra work with Alvin Kamara suspended. He's coming off a nine-touchdown season in 2022, which is tied for his career high. He had 17 red-zone rushing attempts last year, which was second on the Saints.
Ridley is back in the NFL this season in a great role. He's now the WR1 in an emerging offense with an excellent young quarterback.
Ridley gets a matchup against a Colts secondary that no longer has former All-Pro cornerback Stefon Gilmore. He bet on himself, so let's bet on him here.
Gibson scored five touchdowns last season and will still have a role in the Commanders' passing game while Brian Robinson Jr. starts the season with most of the early-down work.
Good news for Gibson: Arizona's run defense is horrible and allowed the most touchdown catches to opposing running backs last season.
Eric Bieniemy came over from the Chiefs and is now the offensive coordinator in D.C. Look for Gibson to have a Jerick McKinnon-type of role and be used on passing downs in the red zone.