Commanders vs. Jets  best anytime scorer picks (Bet on Garrett Wilson)

Check out touchdown picks for Wilson, Hall and Samuel in Sunday's Jets-Commanders' matchup.
Dec 10, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson (17)
Dec 10, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson (17) / Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Jets will try to finish the final three games of the regular season on a high note, starting with Sunday's game against the Washington Commanders.

The Jets are looking to have a better showing on Sunday at MetLife Stadium after getting shutout 30-0 by the Miami Dolphins last week. Meanwhile, the Commanders are riding a five-game losing streak after falling short in their comeback attempt last week against the Los Angeles Rams.

I found two Jets anytime touchdown props, along with a Commanders prop that bettors should think about adding to their card for Week 16.

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Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Commanders vs. Jets

  • Garrett Wilson (+160)
  • Breece Hall (+105)
  • Curtis Samuel (+380)

Garrett Wilson anytime touchdown scorer (+160)

Whether it's Zach Wilson or Trevor Siemian starting for the Jets on Sunday, I still like Garrett Wilson to score a touchdown. The second-year wide receiver hasn’t scored a touchdown in three straight games.

However, Wilson has a fantastic matchup against the Commanders’ defense, which has allowed 22 touchdowns to wide receivers this season (second-most in the NFL). The former Ohio State standout has seen 25 targets over the last three games. He also leads the Jets in red zone targets (15) this season.

Breece Hall anytime touchdown scorer (+105)

Hall didn’t do much against the Dolphins last week, as he only had 12 yards on six carries. The second-year running back will hope to rebound against Washington. The Commanders’ defense has struggled to stop the run this season, allowing 119.7 yards per game. They’ve also given up 15 total touchdowns (10 rushing) to running backs.

The former Iowa State has scored a receiving touchdown within the last three weeks but hasn’t scored a rushing touchdown since Week 6 against the Eagles. Thankfully, we aren’t betting on Hall to specifically score a rushing touchdown. However, I still like his chances to find the end zone, as he has 22 red zone opportunities this season.

Curtis Samuel anytime touchdown scorer (+380)

For my last anytime touchdown scorer pick, I’ll take Samuel, who scored a touchdown in last week’s game against the Rams. The veteran wide receiver is averaging 8.7 targets per game over his past three games, which is an improvement from the first 10 games this season (5.1).

The Jets’ defense gives up the fewest touchdowns to wide receivers this season (4). However, we know that Commanders love to throw the football, and I don’t see that changing on Sunday despite New York struggling on the ground. Samuel had a season-high five red zone targets last week.

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