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DraftKings NFL Divisional Playoff TD Scorers Top Bets And Tips

This weekend sees the Divisional Playoffs taking place in the NFL and eight teams will be in action across Saturday and Sunday, hoping to land the win that will send them through to the Conference Championship games next weekend.

My colleague Collin Hulbert will be bringing you his tips for the four games this weekend shortly, so keep your eyes peeled for those, as after a slow start to the season, Collin has been in top form with his predictions of late!

However, there are some other fantastic bets available on these games and with DraftKings Sportsbook, there are a number of great value touchdown scorer bets available on all the playoff games.

This is a particular favorite market of mine and I think if you can find the right bets, there is great value to be had in these markets.

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DraftKings TD Scorer Markets – Top Tips For Divisional Playoff Weekend

With their being four games this weekend, I’ll divide my tips up for each game and I will pick out what I feel are the best TD Scorer bets available for those games.

Cincinnati Bengals @ Tennessee Titans

There are a number of probables for both teams when it comes to scoring touchdowns in this game.

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For the Bengals, Ja’Marr Chase looks a good bet, especially with the Titans defense so strong against the run (#2 in the NFL). But Joe Mixon can catch and C.J.Uzomah and Tee Higgins are also good targets for Burrow.

On the Titans side of things, we could well see the return of Derrick Henry (pictured), although I am not so sure he is going to feature as much has he usually would.

That means D’Onta Foreman and Dontrel Hilliard could still see playing time. At wide receiver, there’s Julio Jones and A.J.Brown to consider while Tight End Geoff Swaim has become a reliable target in the end zone for Ryan Tannehill, who could also rush for a touchdown himself of course.

For an anytime TD scorer bet, I do like Geoff Swaim for the Titans who is +500 with DraftKings and while I also like Ja’Marr Chase at +750 for the 2 or more touchdowns market in the game, I think the value here is Julio Jones at +1600.

That reason being, the Bengals are going to be focused on stopping Henry and A.J.Brown initially and with Jones having a quiet season, he didn’t score a TD until the final game of the season against the Texans, he’s kind of fallen off the radar.

With Brown and Henry getting plenty of attention, I think Jones will be a tough matchup for the Bengals and a good target for Tannehill.

San Francisco 49ers @ Green Bay Packers

I have seen a lot of people jumping on the 49ers bandwagon here, I am not yet convinced. Winning in

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Dallas against Dak Prescott is one thing. Winning at Lambeau Field in January against Aaron Rodgers is something very different. Especially when they are 8-0 at home this season.

One name stands out for me in the Anytime TD scorer market here and that is Randall Cobb (+230). He may have just returned from injury, but the 49ers are going to be focused on Adams initially and I think Cobb has that great knack of coming good at key times for his team.

For the 49ers, I think George Kittle (+175) is the obvious pick for value over Deebo Samuel in the anytime scorer market, but I do think that the best bet for the 2 or more touchdown markets is Davante Adams at +380.

If you wanted an option for the 49ers from that market, then I think explosive running back Elijah Mitchell (+650) is going to be a tough matchup for the Packers defense and I think in colder conditions, he may get more touches than he expects, as will Deebo Samuel, but I think Samuel is going to be the main focus of the Packers defense.

I also like the To Score a Touchdown in Both Halves market and at +900, I think Davante Adams is a great pick here too.

Los Angeles Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The firepower available to Matt Stafford and Tom Brady in this game is huge and so there are plenty of names to pick from for the touchdown scorer market.

Both teams came through their Wildcard game impressively, with the Rams in particular shining against the Cardinals. 

So for me, it is a case of trying to second guess who the defense of each team are going to base their scheme primarily against stopping.

For the Bucs, I think that will be Cooper Kupp and for the Rams, I think it will be Rob Gronkowski in the middle of the field and Mike Evans when the Bucs seek to go longer.

The anytime touchdown scorer market in this game is an embarrassment of riches, but the name I keep coming back to is Odell Beckham Jr (+160). I think he could benefit from Van Jefferson and Cooper Kupp being double teamed at times and having had his best game last week for the Rams, I think OBJ could be ready to play a key role here too.

For the Bucs, I actually feel that their best pick is their defense to score a pick-six. Matt Stafford has been throwing plenty of interceptions in games and at +450, I think the Bucs defense to score a TD at one point in the game is a good option.

Both teams do have so many good offensive players that I am not sure that anyone will score two or more touchdowns, so I’d finish with another anytime TD scorer pick and that would be the big Rams Tight End Tyler Higbee (+250), who I think will be a nightmare for the Bucs to match up, especially given they are going to need to respect the Rams receiving corps.

Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs

Looking at the list of players on both these teams is like a who’s who of scary offense in the NFL and I am not alone in thinking that this is a game which is going to see plenty of points being scored by both teams.

That makes the anytime scorer market perhaps not quite as good value as the other games this weekend, as the odds on players here are generally shorter.

If I was going to back one player here it would be Dawson Knox (+175) as he has become a very dangerous target for Josh Allen over this season and he has been scoring touchdowns recently too.

For the Chiefs, I think the smart money against this tough and excellent Bills defense is to back Patrick Mahomes to run one in (+350). The Bills deep coverage is excellent and their defense is good enough that I feel we are going to see Mahomes try to play off the cuff when the original play is not available and I think that could see him go in for a TD.

My last pick here is for someone to score a TD in both halves and I think Josh Allen (+1800) is the player to back here with the Bills quarterback not averse to running the ball himself and taking the ball into the endzone.

Let’s see how my tips pan out across this weekend’s four epic playoff games!


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