NFL Week 15 touchdown scorer props, picks: Kupp, Bijan, Aiyuk have good value in plus matchups

NFL Week 15 is upon us, and it’s time to hone in on players most likely to find the end zone in Sunday’s games.    

The Rams have an attractive matchup against the Commanders, and we’re targeting one LA player as an ATTD scorer. The Falcons have a potential get-right game against the Panthers after losing to the Bucs last week. Bijan Robinson should have ample opportunities to reach pay dirt.    

Here are our top NFL Week 15 touchdown scorer props and picks.

Touchdown scorer odds & props for NFL Week 15

Let’s get to our favorite TD scorer props and picks for NFL Week 15’s Sunday games. 

Cooper Kupp anytime TD scorer vs. Commanders

The Commanders rank dead last in the league in allowing close to 400 yards per game. Nobody gives up more points per game, either, as Washington yields 30.4 ppg.

The resurgent Rams have been scoring in bunches as of late. Here’s a look at their offensive production the past three weeks:

  • Ravens 37 Rams 31
  • Rams 36 Browns 19
  • Rams 37 Cardinals 14 

Kupp has a two-game TD scoring streak. He had eight catches for 115 yards and a TD in the OT loss at Baltimore last week.  We like his chances to find the end zone against a Washington defense that’s given up the most passing TDs in the league at 30.

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Bijan Robinson TD scorer odds vs. Panthers

Robinson has picked up his scoring pace in recent weeks. He’s scored at least one TD in three of his last four games.

Robinson has also fared well in divisional games against NFC South foes. He had 88 total yards and a touchdown in last week’s loss to the Bucs. Three weeks ago, he torched the Saints with 123 total yards and two TDs (one rushing and one receiving).

Robinson should feast on Sunday against Carolina, which has given up an NFL-high 21 rushing TDs this year.  

Brandon Aiyuk ATTD scorer odds vs. Cardinals

Christian McCaffrey dominated the scoring the last time these two teams met with four TDs, but we’re expecting Aiyuk to score at least once this time around.

Aiyuk’s been balling out with TDs in four of San Francisco’s last five games. He failed to score in last week’s win over Seattle, but registered 126 receiving yards. The Cardinals have allowed 22 passing TDs this season, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel both find the end zone with receiving scores.

You’re getting a much better price here, so ride with Aiyuk in what should be another one-sided affair against the Cardinals.

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