NFL Player Props for Week 13: A.J. Brown, Diontae Johnson Among Anytime Touchdown Bets

NFL Player Props for Week 13: A.J. Brown, Diontae Johnson Among Anytime Touchdown Bets article feature image

Mitchell Leff/Getty Images. Pictured: A.J. Brown.

  • Gilles Gallant has bettors covered in the Anytime Touchdown market this season.
  • Gallant has made four picks for Sunday's games in Week 13.
  • Check out his bets and breakdowns below.

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A.J. Brown
ATD +130 (FanDuel)

I’m not really going out on a limb here, since Brown has been everything he was advertised to be for the Eagles. He leads the team in every receiving category and is in the top 10 in the NFL in red-zone targets.

The Titans have been awful against wide receivers this season, allowing 14 touchdowns to the position, which ranks in the bottom three in the NFL. With how good Tennessee is against the run.

Five of Brown’s seven touchdowns have been scored at home this season.

Also, it's a #RevengeGame.

Pick: A.J. Brown Anytime Touchdown Scorer +130

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Diontae Johnson
ATD +240 (BetMGM)

Johnson has the most targets in the NFL without a touchdown catch this season. He’s 10th overall with his 94 looks. Johnson has still gotten 11 red-zone targets compared to only four for George Pickens.

The Falcons have the second-fewest sacks in the NFL and are bottom five in pressure rate. That should give Kenny Pickett even more time to throw.

Pickens is great and I think he’ll eventually be the No. 1 receiver in Pittsburgh, but it’s disrespectful to have him with better odds than Johnson to score.

Garrett Wilson
ATD +200 (BetMGM, 0.5 unit)

Elijah Moore
ATD +300 (bet365, 0.5 unit)

I’m putting one-half of my unit on both of these Jets receivers. They have the lowest odds on the team to score a touchdown, but both found the end zone last week against the Bears.

Wilson has been a red-zone machine this season, regardless of who has been under center for the Jets. He has scored in the red zone and on long touchdowns.

Moore, meanwhile, was a victim of the Zach Wilson experience. Even though he only played 35% of snaps last week, most of them were in the red zone and in opposition territory. Moore also was the most-profitable touchdown scorer for the Jets last season.

The Vikings allow the most passing yards per game and rank 31st in opponents’ completion percentage. They are going to give up points today.

Moore was +450 last week and we missed it. I won’t let that happen again this week.

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