Bears vs. Saints best anytime touchdown scorer picks (Rashid Shaheed has become must-bet option)

Breaking down the best anytime touchdown bets for NFL Week 9 action between the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints.
Oct 8, 2023; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New Orleans Saints wide receiver Rashid Shaheed (22)
Oct 8, 2023; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New Orleans Saints wide receiver Rashid Shaheed (22) / Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

The New Orleans Saints are tied atop the NFC South with the Atlanta Falcons at 4-4, so their Week 9 game against the Chicago Bears could be a pivotal one.

If you like to bet on anytime touchdown bets, you've come to the right place. I'm going to break down three players on the Saints who I'm going to bet on to find the end zone on Sunday.

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Best Anytime TDs for Bears vs. Saints

  • Chris Olave Anytime TD (+200)
  • Taysom Hill Anytime TD (+210)
  • Rashid Shaheed Anytime TD (+250)

Chris Olave Anytime TD (+200)

Chris Olave has just one touchdown on the season, but he still leads the Saints in targets (77), receptions (44), and receiving yards (517), which makes him a strong candidate to find the end zone on a weekly basis.

The Bears lead the NFL in opponent yards per carry, so the Saints need to turn to the air to find success against this defense, and it's important to note they're allowing 2.1 receiving touchdowns per game.

Taysom Hill Anytime TD (+210)

Taysom Hill's role in this offense has increased the past few weeks and now he has the second most carries on the team with 38. He also seems to be their goalline option, and he's already score three rushing touchdowns this season, one more than Alvin Kamara. At +210, he has some value to score again on Sunday.

Rashid Shaheed Anytime TD (+250)

Rashid Shaheed has become a must-bet option to score on a weekly basis, scoring three touchdowns on the season while serving as the team's deep threat, averaging 20.8 yards per reception on the year. I'm shocked the oddsmakers are still setting his odds to score at north of +200.

Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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