Sunday Six: Best Anytime Touchdown Bets Today (Rhamondre Stevenson's Time to Shine for Patriots)

New England Patriots running back Rhamondre Stevenson looks for his second straight 100-yard game.
New England Patriots running back Rhamondre Stevenson looks for his second straight 100-yard game. / Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

In Week 5, BetSided's Joe Summers catapulted to the top of the leaderboard in our "Sunday Six" Anytime Touchdown bets of the week, hitting at +900 on New Orleans Saints tight end Adam Trautman.

Which players find the end zone in Week 6? Below are our "Sunday Six" selections in the NFL, with the latest up-to-date odds available for each player.

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Best Anytime Touchdown Picks For Week 6

Allen Lazard - Green Bay Packers vs. New York Jets 

Lazard has received eight targets in back-to-back games as he is the most reliable in this Packers offense. Off of a listless loss in London to the Giants, I expect the Packers to look to get the passing game going against the Jets defense. 

New York’s secondary is posting below average passing defense grades, 18th in dropback success rate, despite playing the likes of Mitchell Trubisky/Kenny Pickett Steelers and Skylar Thompson over the last two weeks. 

I think Aaron Rodgers gets it going and finds his No. 1 target, who has a touchdown in three of four games this season. – Reed Wallach

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Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings at Miami Dolphins

I think Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings pass attack is going to have a field day against the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins rank 30th in the NFL in opponent yards per pass attempt, allowing a staggering 7.9 yards per throw.

Sure, Justin Jefferson is the obvious primary target for Cousins, but let’s give Adam Thielen some love! Thielen has been targeted at least seven times in four straight games, and he already has one touchdown on the season when the Vikings bested the Lions in Week 3, 28-24.

At these odds, I love Thielen to score his second touchdown of the year. - Iain MacMillan

Rhamondre Stevenson - New England Patriots at Cleveland Browns

New England Patriots running back Rhamondre Stevenson now has the lead role with Damien Harris out with a hamstring injury, and he thrived against the Detroit Lions in Week 5, rushing for 161 yards on 25 carries. 

While Stevenson didn’t find the end zone in that game, I think he does in Week 6 against a Cleveland Browns team that has been awful against the run. The Browns have allowed the third most yards per carry (5.3) this season as well as the third most rushing touchdowns (eight) through their first five games. 

Regardless of who starts at quarterback for the Patriots, I expect them to lean on the running game, and Stevenson is clearly the team’s best option in the red zone. It’s also worth noting that Stevenson has 13 catches on the season, so he could find his way into the end zone on a pass as well. – Peter Dewey

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Cade Otton +800 - Buccaneers vs. Steelers

The Steelers secondary is a disaster right now and the injury report makes it even worse. Levi Wallace, Cam Sutton, Akhello Witherspoon and Minkah Fitzpatrick are all out. That is the Steelers top four corners and maybe the best safety in the entire league, on the sideline in a game against Tom Brady.

This game isn’t going to be close and even though Cameron Brate should be back on the field, I think Otton will still be involved. He made six catches for 43 yards last week and also saw two red zone targets. Those were all career highs for the rookie and a blowout win in Pittsburgh will be the perfect time for Brady to build a little more chemistry with the promising young tight end. 

On top of all the Steelers injuries in the secondary, middle linebacker is a problem too. They’re healthy there, they are just bad, and if Brady finds a mismatch with Devin Bush or Robert Spillane on Otton then he will take advantage 10 times out of 10. 

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D.J. Moore – Carolina Panthers vs. Los Angeles Rams

Matt Rhule is gone. Baker Mayfield is out. It’s time to free D.J. Moore. 

Moore is coming off his two best games of the season, but he hasn’t scored a touchdown since Week 2. The Rams defense isn’t as stifling as it wants to be, and there are plays to be made against it. P.J. Walker might be an upgrade over Mayfield, which should give Moore a slight boost. 

Whether this hits in the first quarter or in the final seconds of overtime, expect Moore to be more involved in the offense than he’s been up to this point in the season. – Donnavan Smoot

Skyy Moore - Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills

The Skyy Moore breakout game is coming sooner rather than later for Kansas City, and what better time to unleash their speedy, shifty and talented second round pick than in the first game where K.C. finds themselves an underdog for the first time with Patrick Mahomes starting under center.

Moore has seen his snap count continue to rise, including a season-high 14 last week on Monday night.

With the Chiefs continuing to trust Moore each week, he's worth a dart throw at this price

Zach Ertz - Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks

Any tight end that faces the Seahawks warrants consideration as an Anytime TD Scorer.

Seattle allows the most yards per game (91.2) to the position, and it just so happens we get to back an elite red zone target while fading a mediocre defense.

Zach Ertz has an insane 11 red zone targets this season, garnering double-digit targets overall in three of his last four games.

Sometimes, life is simple. Sometimes, you get to bet on a premier scoring threat taking advantage of the best possible matchup at plus odds. Today is one of those times.

Back Ertz with confidence as the best Anytime TD Scorer Bet on the board in Week 6.

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