Daniel Jones is sidelined with an injury and as a result the Giants are massive underdogs on Sunday Night Football against the Buffalo Bills.
So, are you stuck in a position where you can't stomach a bet on the Giants?
If that's the case, or if you want to place some extra bets, why not trust some anytime touchdown scorers? All you need is for the player you've bet on to find the end zone. If they do, your bet will cash as a winner.
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Anytime TD bets for Giants vs. Bills
- Darren Waller Anytime TD (+550)
- Tyrod Taylor anytime TD (+650)
- Gabe Davis anytime TD (+175)
Darren Waller Anytime TD (+550)
In my opinion, the only pass-catcher worth betting on to score for the Giants tonight is Darren Waller. He leads the team in targets (34), receptions (23), and yards (239). In fact, he has seven more catches than the next closest receiver.
Waller has yet to find the end zone this season, but it's more of a matter of "when" than "if".
You likely won't find the No. 1 option in the passing game be available at +550 to score a touchdown again this season. This bet a no-brainer.
Tyrod Taylor anytime TD (+650)
Tyrod Taylor has no problem taking off with his legs to score a touchdown. He has 19 rushing touchdowns in his career and ran four times for 16 yards when he entered the game for an injured Daniel Jones last week.
At +650, he's worth a bet to take off and score himself if the Giants get close to the goalline this game.
Gabe Davis Anytime TD (+175)
If you can stomach betting on a Buffalo Bill to score a touchdown, consider Gabe Davis at +175. He's the clear No. 2 option for Buffalo and has already scored four touchdowns on the season. He also serves as their deep threat, averaging 17.8 yards per reception.
Let's be honest, the Bills are likely to score multiple touchdowns in this game against a porous Giants' defense. So, we let's wager on Davis and hope he can find the end zone for the fifth time this season.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
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