Lions vs. Ravens best anytime touchdown scorer picks (Zay Flowers scores again?)

Breaking down the best anytime touchdown scorer picks for the Detroit Lions-Baltimore Ravens matchup.

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Zay Flowers.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Zay Flowers. / Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports

The Detroit Lions and Baltimore Ravens will play one of the best games in Week 7, and that calls for us to bet on some players to score touchdowns in this matchup. 

The Ravens have sputtered on offense at times this season, but they did pick up a big win last week heading into this home matchup. Can Lamar Jackson get people going in the passing game? 

With David Montgomery and Jahmyr Gibbs banged up, the Lions’ backfield is going to be tough to figure out this week. 

Still, we can find some value for who will find the end zone. 

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Here are a few players to target to find the end zone in Week 7: 

Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Lions vs. Ravens

  • Gus Edwards (+165)
  • Zay Flowers (+170)
  • Jahmyr Gibbs (+135)

Gus Edwards anytime touchdown scorer 

Edwards hasn’t been efficient this season, but he’s receiving a ton of chances in this Ravens offense, getting 17 touches (16 carries) last week. 

The Lions are top 10 in scoring defense this season, so we may need to rely on players that have bigger roles to truly find value in the touchdown scorer market. 

I’ll take a shot on Edwards in case the Ravens get near the goal line and use him to punch it in. 

Zay Flowers anytime touchdown scorer 

Zay Flowers found the end zone for the first time in his career last week, and he’s easily been the best receiver for the Ravens this season. 

Over the last two weeks, the rookie has 19 targets, and I expect him to remain a favorite target of Lamar Jackson’s going forward this season. 

Jahmyr Gibbs anytime touchdown scorer 

Since he’s been injured, Jahmyr Gibbs is at plus money to score a touchdown this week, but he’ll likely be a popular pick to score if he plays and Montgomery sits. 

In his lone start this season with Montgomery out, Gibbs carried the ball 17 times for 80 yards. The rookie has been electric, but he’s seen limited touches. With a full workload, he’s a solid bet to get his first score of his NFL career. 

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