The Los Angeles Rams are coming off a disappointing overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens last week, but they are still in the running for a playoff spot in the NFC. The Rams will hope Cooper Kupp and Kyren Williams can lead them to a win at home against the Washington Commanders.
I found two Rams anytime touchdown props that bettors should hammer right away, as the value might not be there before kickoff on Sunday afternoon.
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Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Commanders vs. Rams
- Kyren Williams (-175)
- Cooper Kupp (+100)
- Sam Howell (+300)
Kyren Williams anytime touchdown scorer (-175)
Kyren Williams has scored three total touchdowns in his last three games since returning from injury in Week 12. The Rams have not been shy about using Williams inside the red zone, as he’s received 17 rushing attempts and four receiving targets.
The former Notre Dame standout will be going up against a Commanders’ defense that has allowed 14 total touchdowns (five receiving) this season. I usually stay clear of any time TD props higher than -130 odds, but Williams has been the perfect complement to LA’s offense out of the backfield.
Cooper Kupp anytime touchdown scorer (+100)
The star-studded wide receiver has scored a touchdown in the Rams’ last two games. In last week’s game against the Ravens, Kupp went off for eight receptions (10 targets) for 115 yards and a touchdown.
The 30-year-old Kupp has a favorable matchup against the Commanders’ defense, which has been horrible against the pass this season. Washington has allowed the second-most receiving touchdowns to opposing receivers (20) and ranked 32nd in DVOA-WR1, per ftnfantasy.com. At +100, this might be the best value we will get on the veteran receiver, who is starting to heat up.
Sam Howell anytime touchdown scorer (+300)
Finally, I’ll take a chance on Howell, who has scored a rushing touchdown in three consecutive games. The second-year quarterback hasn’t been afraid to use his legs this season, which has helped the Commanders’ offense.
Howell will have to use his mobility on Sunday against this Rams’ defensive line that features All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald. The former UNC QB has four red zone rushing attempts in the last three games. Meanwhile, Los Angeles has allowed five rushing touchdowns and 71 rushing attempts to opposing QBs this season.
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