With only four games on the NFL slate for the Division Round playoffs, bettors have limited options to choose from for popular odds – points, spread, etc. New bettors should look at any time TDs as an opportunity to parlay bets and capitalize on their money-making opportunities.
Which players have the best chances to score for their respective teams during the NFL’s Divisional Round playoff contests? We covered the top eight anytime TD bets for each team below.
It’s hard to argue against the leading MVP candidate being held scoreless this weekend. In the regular season, McCaffrey earned 1,459 rushing yards and 14 TDs on the ground while he caught 67 passes for 564 receiving yards and seven more scores.
With 21 total TDs this season, expect McCaffrey to cross the goal line against Green Bay to cover this prop bet.
Tampa Bay may have secured a playoff berth after QB Baker Mayfield cleaned up his on-field performance. But the Buccaneers made the playoffs running their offense through RB Rachaad White.
On the season, White was the target of 35% of his team’s offensive snaps. Expect the Buccaneers to continue feeding White against Detroit to successfully cover this player prop bet.
In the regular season, Ravens QB Lamar Jackson scored five TDs on the ground while accumulating 821 rushing yards on 148 carries. Earlier this year, Baltimore’s signal caller led his team with 38 rushing yards on six carries when these two teams met.
Jackson will call his own number multiple times and successfully cover this player prop bet.
It’s true that multiple other players on the Detroit roster are better odds to score, but there’s an angle for bettors to take Lions TE Sam LaPorta. Tampa Bay’s run defense has vastly improved over the past few weeks, meaning the Lions will need to air it out.
LaPorta has been QB Jared Goff’s second-favorite target, giving bettors hope the rookie TE will catch at least one score.
In his team’s first matchup against Kansas City, Buffalo RB James Cook hauled in five catches for 83 yards and a score while carrying the football 10 times for 58 rushing yards.
Expect the Bills to continue to exploit the Chiefs’ defense with Cook carrying the offensive workload, leading him to score at least one TD this weekend and cover this player prop bet.
With 19 career postseason games, Kansas City TE Travis Kelce is a man among men in the playoffs. He’s second all-time in catches (140) and TDs (16).
To catch NFL legend Jerry Rice, the Chiefs TE needs to capitalize on his closing window of opportunity. Expect Kelce to make up some more ground this weekend, nabbing a score to inch closer to the all-time record.
After QB C.J. Stroud found his stride, Texans WR Nico Collins was the beneficiary for the revamped Houston offense. Collins collected 80 of his 109 targets on the year for 1,297 yards and eight TDs.
Against Cleveland, Collins nabbed one more score while leading the team in targets (7) and receptions (6). Expect Stroud to find Collins against Baltimore this weekend at least once in the endzone to cover this player prop bet.
After leading his team in receptions (64) and receiving yards (793) this season, Green Bay WR Jayden Reed was held without a catch Saturday against the Dallas Cowboys.
Expect the Packers to find Reed early and often against San Francisco during the NFL Divisional Round playoffs, and at least one catch should result in a score to cover this player prop bet.
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