Trey Lance Touchdown Props & Odds: First & Anytime Scorer Lines for Sunday’s Rams vs. 49ers Matchup
Abbie Parr/Getty Images. Pictured: 49ers QB Trey Lance.
- With a trip to Super Bowl 56 on the line, head coaches Sean McVay and Kyle Shanahan will put out all the stops in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.
- One of the San Francisco 49ers potential weapons is rookie quarterback Trey Lance, who brings the threat of the run along with the pass, especially in the red zone.
- For anyone interested in taking a crack on Trey Lance to score the first or anytime touchdowns, we offer the odds for both below.
The San Francisco 49ers are one win away from advancing to their second Super Bowl in the last three years, so it’s time for head coach Kyle Shanahan to pull out all the stops on the offensive side of the ball.
One of his weapons is backup quarterback Trey Lance, whose mobility brings a new element to the 49ers offense, especially when the team is trying to punch it in deep in opponents’ territory.
In addition, the run-pass option might be an effective way to combat the Rams’ aggressive pass rush by forcing them to overcommit, allowing someone like Lance to gash them with the run.
While Lance has just one rushing touchdown this season, he’s an interesting option to be a first or anytime scorer for Sunday’s NFC Championship Game against the Los Angeles Rams for bettors looking for longshot value.
So if you’re someone who thinks Lance is an option to cash either of these props, here’s a look at the first and anytime touchdown scorer odds from DraftKings Sportsbook as of Sunday morning.
Trey Lance Player Prop Odds
Interestingly, Lance’s first touchdown prop isn’t widely available right now, but DraftKings is hanging a 40-1 price if you expect Shanahan to leverage his rookie quarterback in the red zone early in today’s NFC Championship Game.
For those looking for a shorter payout but a better chance of cashing, Lance is also available at +750 odds to score at any point during Sunday’s 49ers vs. Rams matchup.
If you’re interested in the best NFL prop bets for Sunday’s conference championship games, be sure to check out Sean Koerner’s top player props for Bengals vs. Chiefs and 49ers vs. Rams.