Ravens vs Saints Player Props: Lamar Jackson Among 3 Anytime Touchdown Scorer Picks

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  • Gilles Gallant has you covered in the Anytime Touchdown market this season.
  • For Monday Night Football, he has three ATD picks.
  • Check out Gallant's Ravens vs Saints picks below.

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Lamar Jackson
ATD +175 (bet365)

No surprise here. The Ravens are battered all over their offense, which means we’re going to take the most explosive player on the field.

Jackson leads the Ravens in red-zone rushing attempts (seven), and he leads the entire NFL in yards per carry. The Saints defense has allowed eight rushing touchdowns this season after only conceding 12 all of last season.

This is the highest Anytime Touchdown odds for Jackson, so I’m not overthinking this pick. If you don’t have access to bet365, the next-best number is +160 at Caesars.

Jarvis Landry
ATD +290 (BetMGM)

Editor's Note: Landry was officially ruled out with an ankle injury.

Landry looks to finally be back after missing four games due to injury.

Landry has faced the Ravens many times in his career through his four seasons with the Browns. In 2021, he scored in one matchup with Baltimore and had 115 receiving yards in the other.

The Ravens rank in the bottom three in the NFL in catches and receiving yards allowed to opposing wide receivers. Baltimore has also given up eight touchdowns to the position.

I like Tre’Quan Smith, as well, but I’ll take a shot on Landry.

DeSean Jackson
ATD +550 (Caesars)

We’re taking a longshot here.

Jackson showed last season that he’s still capable of beating secondaries with two touchdowns of 50 or more yards. The Saints have given up eight touchdowns this season to opposing wide receivers. Five of those were scores of 30 or more yards.

Mark Andrews and Rashod Bateman are out, which means almost half of Baltimore’s target share is up for grabs. Assuming Jackson is active, he has an opportunity to play big snaps in his first game for the Ravens.

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