Some of the most fun bets you can place, especially in a prime time NFL game, are anytime touchdown bets. All you need for your bet to hit is for your player to find their way into the end zone.
Tonight's Sunday Night Football game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Los Angeles Chargers is the perfect opportunity to dabble in the world of touchdown wagers. If you're looking for a pick on the side or total, be sure to check out our full betting preview article.
Here are my top three anytime touchdown scorer bets for tonight's AFC showdown. All odds listed are via WynnBET.
Anytime TD Props for Steelers vs. Chargers
- Justin Herbert +300
- Pat Freiermuth +250
- Najee Harris -138
Justin Herbert +300
Justin Herbert has two rushing touchdowns this season, but he found the end zone with his legs a total of five times last year, so he could be due to notch a third in 2021. He's carried the ball at least twice in every game this season, and he's rushed with it four times or more in five of his nine starts.
Don't be surprised if the Chargers try a quarterback sneak if they bring it within a yard of the goalline.
Pat Freiermuth +250
Pat Freiermuth has quickly become one of the top targets for Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers offense. He has four or more receptions in four straight games, and he's caught three touchdowns over the last three weeks.
Roethlisberger has historically loved throwing to tight ends in the red zone, and Freiermuth has becomes his latest tool. We're lucky to still be getting +250 odds for him to find the end zone.
Najee Harris -138
I already gave you two picks with some big time value, but now I'll hand you an obvious one. Najee Harris, while not exactly being a dark horse pick to score a touchdown, still presents a ton of value at -138 if you don't mind the juice.
The Steelers are going to give him a plethora of carries to help take some of the load off Roethlisberger, who isn't 100% healthy. The Chargers also boast the worst run defense in the entire NFL, giving up 4.8 yards per carry. I'd be surprised is Harris doesn't score his fourth touchdown of his rookie campaign.