Monday Night Football Best Anytime TD Scorer Picks for Bengals vs. Browns

Cleveland Browns quarterback Jacoby Brissett celebrates with tight end Harrison Bryant following a score. Bryant is +325 as an anytime TD scorer.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Jacoby Brissett celebrates with tight end Harrison Bryant following a score. Bryant is +325 as an anytime TD scorer. / David Dermer-USA TODAY Sports

The BetSided team has already rolled out their favorite betting plays for Monday Night Football, including on the spread and in the prop betting market.

Now, let's see if we can find some bigger odds and be on the right side of a player to find the end zone with three of our favorite "anytime touchdown scorer" plays.

Before we dive in, here are the latest odds for tonight's Halloween showdown from Cleveland:

Monday Night Football Odds, Spread and Total for Bengals vs. Browns

Who's finding the end zone and possibly doing the "Thriller" dance in the end zone? After all, it is Halloween night!

Best Monday Night Football Anytime Touchdown Scorer Picks for Bengals vs. Browns

Hayden Hurst (+250)

No Ja'Marr Chase means a whole lot of targets to go around this Bengals offense, and Hurst should likely be one of the biggest beneficiaries this evening.

This season, Chase leads all Bengals with 14 targets inside the red zone, seven coming from within 10 yards. The second man up on that list is Hurst with seven targets in the red zone, four inside of the 10-yard line and two receiving touchdowns to boot.

Cleveland ranks middle-of-the-pack in yards allowed to tight ends, so while the matchup is essentially indifferent, it's the target share that's expected to go up for Hurst, especially in the red zone where Chase was the clear-cut top option.

Harrison Bryant (+325)

Bryant takes the place of David Njoku who's out with an ankle injury this week, and if Jacoby Brissett continues to target the tight end position this week, Bryant is in for a big night at home.

Since Week 3, Njoku has seen an average of six catches per game on 7.2 targets, tallying up just under 76 receiving yards per game. He was also on the wrong side of touchdown variance with just one over those five games despite eight red zone targets this year.

Bryant was drafted as an immediate red-zone threat, and should be able to step in nicely in the Browns lineup tonight.

Mike Thomas (+490)

We'll target another longshot at good value in Thomas at just under 5/1 odds this evening for Joe Burrow and company.

With Chase out, Bengals slot receiver is unlikely to leave his role as the team's primary slot receiver, and via Sports Illustrated's Michael Fabiano, no team runs more 11 personnel sets (or 3-wide receiver sets) than the Bengals this season.

Thomas could see himself on the field for the bulk of the snaps, especially with how he's been used as another outside wide receiver this season when Chase and Higgins have left the game.

Follow all of Ben's betting plays in real-time HERE!

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.