Touchdown Prop Bets: First And Anytime Touchdown Props

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NFL touchdown prop bets for Week 4 are available at top sports betting sites. There are a number of wagering options for each game all season long, right up to the Super Bowl. Odds will be available for players who are set to suit up in each contest. Featured options as this week’s schedule begins include Amon-Ra St. Brown and Jordan Love on Thursday Night Football.

You can bet on whether a specific player will get a TD at some point in the game, pick who will get the game’s first touchdown, or take your chances on someone finding the end zone multiple times. Let’s take a look at betting on NFL touchdown props.

NFL TD prop odds for Week 4

Check the table below for touchdown prop odds. You can change the type of bet or legal state with the drop-down menus. If you see a bet that you’re interested in, click on the odds to be directed to the sportsbook offering that line. Sports betting promos are available for new users.

NFL touchdown props for Week 4

In addition to touchdowns, there are various player props to choose from as game time approaches, including the following:

Here’s a look at some of the top NFL touchdown props for this week:

Anytime TD scorer props for Week 4

The fourth week of the NFL season begins with a battle between the two leading contenders in NFC North betting odds. It’s the Lions at the Packers on Thursday night for a showdown of 2-1 teams. Here are the lines for some of the top players to score a TD at some point during the game:

David Montgomery, Aaron Jones, and Christian Watson are expected to return tonight after missing time due to injury. Montgomery and Josh Reynolds are the leading TD scorers for the Lions with two each, while Romeo Doubs leads the Packers with three.

Multiple TD scorer props for Week 4

Breakout performances can happen in any game. While it’s challenging to predict, the betting odds for a player to score multiple TDs in a game reflect that. Here are the odds for some of the top players to score two or more TDs on TNF:

If we look at the current over/under lines, sportsbooks have set the mark for an average amount of scoring on TNF, with the total at . Detroit is averaging 24 points per game and allowing 21, while Green Bay is scoring an average of 26.7 and giving up 20.7.

First TD props for Week 4

The first TD of a game can set the tone. So which players will get the ball rolling with the first end zone trip tonight? Here are the latest odds for first TD scorer bets as Week 4 begins:

The point spread for Thursday Night Football has the Packers at , while the Lions have odds of on the moneyline.

How to bet on NFL touchdown props

On the surface, NFL TD props are simple and straightforward wagers. If you bet on a player to score and he does, you win. However, there are several variations of the bet, all of which will have their own odds.

The anytime TD wager tends to capture the most attention from bettors, while the other options are there for those who might be looking for some extra risk.

Other ways to bet on NFL TD props

Beyond the basic and slightly more advanced options, there are other ways to factor TD betting into NFL wagering:

In addition, be on the lookout for special sportsbook promos for NFL touchdown props. You may find options like odds boosts, bet insurance, and special parlays throughout the course of the season.

NFL regular season TD leaders

In advance of the regular season, many legal online sportsbooks will post over/under bets on total touchdowns scored during the upcoming campaign by the league’s top players.

For bettors, the goal is to make the correct call against the benchmark number that the sportsbook has set. As an example, if the line for Patrick Mahomes’ total passing TDs is 35.5, you can choose over or under that amount. You can also bet on the leaders in specific categories.

Looking back to last season, Mahomes led QBs with 41 passing TDs. Jamaal Williams had the most rushing TDs with 17, while Davante Adams topped the charts for receiving TDs with 14.

Odds and payouts for TD prop bets

Many TD prop bets will have multiple options for bettors to choose from, similar to a futures bet. Others can have just two choices, similar to what you would find in a standard moneyline or over/under bet.

As always, payouts on winning bets will depend on your stake and the odds when you placed your bet. Let’s walk through examples of both types:

Detroit Lions vs. Kansas City Chiefs anytime TD scorer

PlayerBetting Odds
Travis Kelce-125
Amon-Ra St. Brown+115
Isiah Pacheco+140
Jahmyr Gibbs+180
Marquez Valdes-Scantling+200
Marvin Jones Jr.+250

A bet like this will have odds for all of the players that the sportsbook deems to have at least a chance of finding the end zone. The list of options will begin with the top favorites, as in the skill position players who handle the ball the most.

As you move further down the list, there will be odds for other players, including the starting QBs, offensive role players, and the defense/special teams for both sides. The less likely it is for a player to score — at least in the eyes of the oddsmakers — the longer the odds will be.

If we look at our example, a $100 bet on Kelce at odds of  -125 would bring back $80 in profit if he scores at any time during the game, while the same amount on Gibbs at +180 would be for the chance to win $180 in profit.

Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans) — total touchdowns scored in game

Two-sided TD props tend to be for top players. For this example, we have to decide if we think Henry will clear the 1.5-TD line. If he fails to find the end zone or scores just once, then betting on the under is the correct call, while over bets would win with a multi-touchdown game. At odds of -175, a $50 wager has a chance to win $28.55, while $50 at +155 could win $77.50.

Can you parlay NFL TD props?

The potential for solid returns is a good part of the appeal of TD props. For example, outside of the top favorites, positive odds are common for an anytime TD bet, which translates into the chance to double your money or more on winning wagers.

You can also include touchdown props in parlay wagers, either same-game parlays or regular ones that span several contests. The returns for winning parlays can be quite lucrative, but there’s a big caveat: To win, you have to get all of your selections correct. If you miss on just one pick, then the bet loses, and you’ll lose your initial stake. Before placing a parlay, take the time to consider the risk to reward and your comfort level.

Tips for touchdown prop bets

Betting on NFL TD props can be fun, but it can also be frustrating when your selections fail to find the end zone. No matter how well you research, that possibility will always be there. However, here are some tips to keep in mind as you consider where to bet:


What’s the best sportsbook for NFL TD props?

It’s a matter of personal preference, as TD props are a featured option at all the top books. Caesars, BetMGM, FanDuel, and DraftKings are among the most popular places for bettors in a number of states.

Are the odds fair for TD prop bets?  

You should always assess each bet on its own merits. Shop around to compare the odds on the players that you’re most interested in at multiple sportsbooks, and then place your bets where the numbers are most in your favor.

Which player led the league in touchdowns last season?

Austin Ekeler scored 18 touchdowns for the 2022-23 regular season, which was tops in the league. Jamaal Williams was second with 17, followed by Davante Adams with 14.

What’s the record for most TDs in a single NFL game?  

There have been two games in NFL history with 10 total TDs. On Nov. 27, 1966, Washington defeated the New York Giants by a score of 72-41. And before that, the Los Angeles Rams beat the Baltimore Colts by a score of 70-27 on Oct. 22, 1950.

When do NFL touchdown prop odds come out for upcoming games?

Legal online sportsbooks typically post touchdown props in the days leading up to a game. For Thursday Night Football, you’ll usually see odds the day before the game. Lines for the weekend games and Monday Night Football generally come out by Friday. Odds for specific games could be delayed if there is injury uncertainty for key players in the matchup.