The Los Angeles Rams will put their two-game win streak on the line when they play the Cleveland Browns on Sunday at SoFi Stadium.
The Rams are coming off their best offensive performance of the season last week against the Cardinals, where they scored 37 points and received a monster performance from running back Kyren Williams.
I found two Rams anytime touchdown props that readers should check out, along with a Browns anytime touchdown prop that could net a nice payday.
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Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Browns vs. Rams
- David Njoku (+295)
- Cooper Kupp (+140)
- Kyren Williams (-125)
David Njoku anytime touchdown scorer (+295)
Njoku is coming off a good game against the Broncos last week, where he had six receptions (nine targets) for 59 yards. The veteran tight end didn’t score a touchdown, but it’s clear he’s one of their top receiving threats. Over his last three games, Njoku has received 33 targets, including five inside the red zone.
Njoku has a favorable matchup on Sunday against a Rams’ defense ranked 29th in DVOA-TE, per ftnfantasy.com. They’ve also allowed five touchdowns to the position this season. With the Browns potentially Joe Flacco, you have to believe he’ll look towards Njoku’s way.
Cooper Kupp anytime touchdown scorer (+140)
The star-studded receiver hasn’t scored a touchdown in five straight games, but he’ll try to change that on Sunday. This season, Cleveland’s defense has given up six touchdowns to opposing WRs (tied for second-fewest in the NFL).
It also doesn’t help that Kupp only had one red zone target since Week 9. For the Rams to win this week, they must find a way to get Kupp involved early and often. It’s not often we get plus-money odds on Kupp’s anytime TD prop, so let’s try to take full advantage of it.
Kyren Williams anytime touchdown scorer (-125)
The Rams wasted no time getting the second-year running back into the swing of things last week against the Cardinals. Williams had 204 scrimmage yards and two total touchdowns on 22 touches.
The former Notre Dame running back has a tough matchup against the Browns, who have only allowed seven total touchdowns to RBs this season. However, Cleveland has allowed a running back to score a touchdown in three consecutive games. As long as the Rams get into the red zone, I’m not worried about Williams getting a touchdown.
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