Bears vs. Steelers Anytime Touchdown Odds and Picks

Cole Kmet's odds to score a touchdown tonight are enticing.
Cole Kmet's odds to score a touchdown tonight are enticing. / Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports

The final game of Week 9 of the NFL season is set for tonight as the Chicago Bears head to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers in Monday Night Football action.

The Steelers are set as 6.5-point favorites at WynnBET and the total is set at 40 points.

There are plenty of prop bet options for tonight's game, but I'm going to focus on one of the most exciting to wager on: Anytime touchdown. All you need for these bets to cash, is for the player you bet on to reach the end zone. It's as easy as that.

Here are my top 3 anytime TD prop bets for tonight's Monday Night Football game. All odds listed are via WynnBET Sportsbook.

Bears vs. Steelers Anytime TD Prop Bets

  • Chase Claypool +150
  • Cole Kmet +600
  • Steelers Defense +450

Chase Claypool +150

Chase Claypool only has one touchdown on the year, which is a far cry from the nine that he hauled in during his rookie season. Despite fewer scores, Claypool is averaging 4.3 receptions per game compared to only 3.9 last season, so the touchdowns will come and tonight seems like a prime opportunity for him to return to the end zone.

The Bears rank 24th in the NFL in opponent yards per pass attempt, so their vulnerable through the air. Watch for Claypool to have a big game tonight if Big Ben can get him the ball.

Cole Kmet +600

The Bears tight end has yet to score a touchdown this season, but the targets and receptions are there so you know one will come eventually. He's been targeted by Fields at least five times in each of their last three games, and there's no spot on the field that tight ends thrive more than the red zone.

He's a fantastic value bet to find the end zone tonight at +600.

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Steelers Defense +450

Yes, that's right, the Steelers defense. Justin Fields could be in for a long night, as the rookie quarterback will be facing the bright lights of Monday Night Football against one of the most intimidating defenses in the NFL. The Bears are averaging 1.4 giveaway per games, and I'd be shocked if they don't give up at least one tonight.

It seemed like a big weekend for defensive scores, so let's see if that trend will continue tonight.