Bears vs. Lions best anytime touchdown scorer picks (Target Detroit's receivers)

Josh Reynolds presents plenty of value to score in Week 11 against the Bears.
Detroit Lions tight end Sam LaPorta celebrates a touchdown against Carolina Panthers with wide
Detroit Lions tight end Sam LaPorta celebrates a touchdown against Carolina Panthers with wide / Junfu Han / USA TODAY NETWORK

The Detroit Lions are set to host the Chicago Bears for the first meeting between these two NFC North teams this season.

If you love betting on anytime touchdown scorers, you've come to the right place because that's exactly what I have for you in this article. These bets are fun because all you need is for the player you bet on to score. If they do, you bet wins!

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Best TD Picks for Bears vs. Lions

  • Amon-Ra St. Brown Anytime TD (+105)
  • Sam LaPorta Anytime TD (+170)
  • Josh Reynolds Anytime TD (+390)

Amon-Ra St. Brown Anytime TD (+105)

I'm just going to tell you right now. We're going to target three different pass-catchers for the Lions to find the end zone. The Bears have one of the best run defenses in the NFL, but one of the worst secondaries. Therefore, we're going to stay away from Lions' running backs.

Amon-Ra St. Brown is the obvious first choice to score a touchdown and this bet doesn't even need much of an explanation. At the end of the day, their passing offense goes through him, leading the team by a significant margin in targets (87), receptions (65), and receiving yards (821). He also has four touchdowns on the year.

Sam LaPorta Anytime TD +170

The only pass-catcher that has as many touchdowns this season as St. Brown is Sam LaPorta with four each. He's also second on the team in targets (64), receptions (47), and receiving yards (474). He's coming off a quiet performance against the Chargers, and I think that just means he's going to have a great bounce back game on Sunday.

Josh Reynolds Anytime TD (+390)

The Bears are giving up 2.0 passing touchdowns per game which ranks 30th in the NFL so we're going to go ahead and bet on yet another receiver to find the end zone. If you want longer odds than St. Brown and LaPorta offers, than allow me to suggest Josh Reynolds.

He's third in the team in targets (35) and receiving yards (412) and he leads the team in yards per reception at 17.2. He serves as their deep threat so if you think Goff is going to connect on a bomb in this game, expect Reynolds to be on the receiving end.

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