Lions vs. Bears best anytime scorer picks (Bet on Justin Fields)

Check out touchdown picks for Moore, Fields and St. Brown in Sunday's Bears-Lions matchup.

Nov 19, 2023; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields (1) runs the ball
Nov 19, 2023; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields (1) runs the ball / Lon Horwedel-USA TODAY Sports
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The Chicago Bears will try to win their second straight division game on Sunday against the Detroit Lions. The last time the Bears played the Lions in Week 11, they had a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter. However, they slowly lost the lead and squandered their chance of grabbing another win in the NFC North.

Chicago hopes that the same scenario doesn't play on Sunday in front of the home fans. I found two Bears anytime touchdown props that are great plays, along with a Lions prop that doesn't involve David Montgomery.

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Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Lions vs. Bears

  • D.J. Moore (+150)
  • Justin Fields (+163)
  • Amon-Ra St. Brown (+125)

D.J. Moore anytime touchdown scorer (+150)

Moore had a tremendous game against the Lions in Week 11 at Ford Field. The veteran wide receiver posted seven receptions (nine targets) for 96 yards and a touchdown. Moore followed up that outing with another good performance in Week 12 against the Vikings, where he had 11 receptions (13 targets) for 114 yards.

The 26-year-old wideout will see the Lions’ defense again on Sunday, which has allowed 14 touchdowns to opposing wide receivers this season. Detroit has struggled against the top wide receivers as they are ranked 23rd in DVOA-WR1, per ftnfantasy.com. 

Justin Fields anytime touchdown scorer (+163)

The young dual-threat quarterback hasn’t scored a rushing touchdown since Week 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, there’s something to be said for Fields getting six red zone rushing attempts over the last two games, which piques my interest.

In the Bears’ first meeting against the Lions, Fields carved them up on the ground for 104 yards on 18 carries. Among those 18 carries, three were inside the red zone. Fields is second on the team in red zone rushing attempts (13) behind D’Onta Foreman.

This season, Detroit has only allowed three rushing touchdowns to opposing QBs, which is good as the league-high is 6. However, they lead the NFL in quarterback rushing yards and attempts. At +163, I’m willing to take my chances on Fields, who has two rushing touchdowns against the Lions in his career.

Amon-Ra St. Brown anytime touchdown scorer (+125)

St. Brown has scored a touchdown in three out of his last four games, including in Week 11 against the Bears. The standout receiver had eight receptions (four red zone targets) for 77 yards.

The 24-year-old wide receiver has received at least one red zone target in the Lions’ last four games, which is a good sign heading into Sunday. We know the Bears will try to stop David Montgomery from scoring a touchdown on the ground. 

However, if the Lions decide to throw the ball inside the red zone, the Bears’ defense will have their hands full with St. Brown and rookie Sam La Porta. Chicago has allowed 12 touchdowns to opposing wide receivers this season but ranked eighth in DVOA-WR1, per ftnfantasy.com.

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