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With a $1,000 no-sweat bet at my disposal, here are three anytime touchdown picks I’m targeting in Titans vs Bills:
Titans vs Bills Anytime TD Picks
Derrick Henry (-110)
These odds aren’t outstanding or anything, but Derrick Henry has five touchdowns in his last two games against the Bills. He didn’t score in Week 1, but he’s still got 27 touchdowns over his previous 25 contests and remains the surest anytime TD scorer bet in the NFL.
If Tennessee has any chance at making this a competitive game, then Henry has to be the focal point of the offense. Thus, I’m comfortable backing him at -110 odds to find the end zone.
Gabriel Davis (+165)
After catching four passes for 88 yards and a score in Week 1, Davis is solidified as a huge part of this Bills offense. Frankly, I’m stunned FanDuel is giving us +165 odds on this prop.
Including the playoffs, Davis now has 10 touchdowns in his last eight games. He could have notched another score last week but was tackled a few yards shy of the end zone after a 47-yard catch. Davis is a consistent red zone threat and someone that should be targeted each and every week with a touchdown prop.
Kyle Phillips (+600)
If you’re looking for an option with gigantic odds, let me introduce you to Titans’ fifth-round pick Kyle Phillips.
The former UCLA standout secured six catches on nine targets in Tennessee’s Week 1 loss as the starting slot receiver. Given the Bills are likely to lead most of the game, the Titans will be throwing a ton. That means a healthy dose of Phillips.
Per StatMuse, Buffalo allowed the fifth-most receiving yards in the NFL to slot receivers last year along with 22 touchdowns (eighth-most). At +600, I’m happy to take a shot on Phillips scoring his first career touchdown as Tennessee tries to mount a comeback.