Rams vs. Cowboys best anytime touchdown scorer picks (Brandin Cooks will find the end zone again)

Best touchdown scorers for NFL Week 8 action between the Rams and Cowboys
Oct 16, 2023; Inglewood, California, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Brandin Cooks (3) catches a
Oct 16, 2023; Inglewood, California, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Brandin Cooks (3) catches a / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Dallas Cowboys are coming off their bye week and are looking to build on their 4-2 record. After taking down the Chargers in their last outing, the Cowboys will now host the other team from Los Angeles, the Rams.

Check out this week's edition of the "Road to 272 Bets" for my best bet for every Week 8 game.

In this article, we're talking touchdowns as I give you my favorite bets to find the end zone for the Cowboys on Sunday.

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Best Any Time TD Bets for Rams vs. Cowboys

  • Jake Ferguson Any Time TD (+250)
  • Brandin Cooks Any Time TD (+280)
  • Cowboys Defensive TD (+500)

Jake Ferguson Any Time TD (+250)

Jake Ferguson has become one of Dak Prescott's favorite targets and I'm surprised we're still able to get him at +250 to find the end zone. He's second on the team in receptions (21) and third in both targets (29) and receiving yards (190).

He already has already scored a touchdown once this season, and he's overdue for a second score.

Brandin Cooks Any Time TD (+280)

Michael Gallup hasn't played his best football this season and a result, Brandin Cooks has started to get an increased work load. Cooks played 78% of offensive snaps against the Chargers and hauled in all four targets for 36 yards and a touchdown.

We should start treating him as the WR No. 2 on this team from now on, especially of the oddsmakers are going to give us +280 odds on him to score.

Cowboys Defensive TD (+500)

Few teams have recorded more takeaways than the Dallas Cowboys. They're averaging 2.0 takeaways per game, tied for fourth in the NFL. They're also first in the NFL averaging 0.5 defensive touchdowns per game.

Now, they get to take on a Rams team that has struggled with turnovers at times this season, averaging 1.0 giveaways per game. That's going to give the Cowboys an opportunity to record yet another defensive touchdown on Sunday.

Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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