Monday Night Football Best Anytime Touchdown Scorer Picks for Titans vs. Bills

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Treylon Burks.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Treylon Burks. / Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

The first of our two Monday Night Football games is between the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills, two of the better teams in the AFC last season. 

While Tennessee dropped its Week 1 game, BetSided’s Joe Summers found an interesting trend that shows Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen struggles against the AFC South.

If you don’t feel like risking anything on the game lines, why not take some anytime touchdown scorer bets and root for points?

Here are three of my favorites for this Monday Night Football matchup: 


Best Anytime Touchdown Scorer Bets for Titans vs. Bills

  • Isaiah McKenzie (+160)
  • Josh Allen (+120)
  • Treylon Burks (+420)

Isaiah McKenzie (+160)

Gabe Davis could miss this game for the Bills, which would move McKenzie into the No. 2 receiver role in Week 2. 

McKenzie caught a touchdown in Week 1, and he has value as the No. 3 receiver in this offense, which was Davis’ old role last season when he caught six scores in the regular season. 

McKenzie saw just three targets in Week 1, but he also played 44 percent of the snaps. If he sees na uptick there, he’s a good bet to find the end zone in a high-powered offense. 

Josh Allen (+120)

If the Bills score on the ground, it seems like Josh Allen will be the one to do it. The rushing quarterback finished with eight, nine, eight and six scores in his first four seasons in the NFL, and he showed a serious floor as a rusher in Week 1. 

Allen not only scored, but but he also carried the ball 10 times, which gives him plenty of chances to find the end zone, especially if the Bills use him on the ground in the red zone again. 

Treylon Burks (+420)

If the Titans want to keep up with this Buffalo offense, they’re going to have to throw the ball, and rookie Treylon Burks was probably the team’s best receiver in Week 1. 

Burks reeled in three of his five targets against the New York Giants for 55 yards, and even though he only played 37 percent of the snaps, he received three more targets than Robert Woods, who played 71 percent of the snaps. 

If Burks is going to see a high target share, he’s worth a shot at greater than 4/1 odds to score. 

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record here.