Patriots vs. Jets best anytime touchdown scorer picks (DeVante Parker is insane value)

Breaking down the best anytime touchdowns score options for the Patriots.

DeVante Parker.
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The New England Patriots are in search of their first win of the 2023 season, and they’re in a great spot to get it done against the New York Jets. 

The Jets have Zach Wilson filling in for the injured Aaron Rodgers, and let’s just say he’s struggled against the Pats in his career. Wilson has played four games against Bill Belichick’s squad, tossing seven picks and just two touchdowns.

I don’t even trust the Jets to hit paydirt in this game, so I have three Patriots that could score as my best TD bets this week.

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Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Patriots vs. Jets 

  • DeVante Parker (+275)
  • Hunter Henry (+275)
  • Rhamondre Stevenson (+130)

DeVante Parker anytime touchdown scorer

DeVante Parker missed Week 1 for the Patriots, but he returned in a big way in Week 2, receiving eight targets and catching six passes for 57 yards. 

We haven’t seen a true No. 1 receiver emerge for New England yet, but it’s possible Parker could be that guy going forward. 

Given his usage in Week 2, he’s a massive value to find the end zone at nearly 3/1 odds. 

Hunter Henry anytime touchdown scorer

Can the Hunter Henry touchdown train keep going? 

The Patriots tight end has scored in each of his games this season, catching 11 passes for 108 yards in the process. 

If Parker doesn’t find the end zone, my next favorite target in this passing game would be Henry. The captain has been consistent as ever in 2023. 

Rhamondre Stevenson anytime touchdown scorer

Patriots running back Rhamondre Stevenson had 15 carries for 50 yards and a score last week, and he’s usually a major factor in the team's passing game as well.

The Jets didn't give up much on the ground last week, holding Tony Pollard to 72 yards on 25 carries, but Stevenson’s dual-threat ability makes him an option to score regardless.

This season, the Pats running back already has nine catches for 74 yards. Don’t be shocked if he sneaks into the end zone through the air in Week 3.

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