- Ja’Marr Chase leads players with -115 odds to score a touchdown.
- Joe Mixon is +105 to find the endzone at any time.
- The running back duo of Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon provide great value to score.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Ja’Marr Chase has -115 odds to extend his touchdown streak to four games against the Chiefs on Sunday. In their last three matchups, the Chiefs and Bengals average 55.7 total points per game.
Expect a high scoring game full of touchdowns in the AFC Championship.
Anytime Touchdown Scorer
- Ja’Marr Chase -115
- Travis Kelce EVEN
- Joe Mixon +105
- Isiah Pacheco +145
- Tee Higgins +160
- Jerick McKinnon +170
Running Back Anytime Touchdown Scorer Odds
Joe Mixon presents the shortest odds (+105) at NFL sportsbooks for running backs to score an anytime touchdown on Sunday. He found the endzone for a one-yard rushing touchdown against the Buffalo Bills in the Divisional round.
Aside from that game, Mixon has only scored one other time since his five-touchdown explosion against the Carolina Panthers back in Week 9. Since returning from an injury that sidelined him two games, he averages 13.8 attempts across six games.
Joe Mixon has gotten 70.4% of red zone touches this season. Mixon’s increased workload and reliability in the redzone provides value at +105 odds.
The Chiefs running back duo of Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon have been terrific at scoring touchdowns this season. Despite both being kept out of the endzone against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the duo combined for 12 touchdowns in the last six regular season games.
Jerick McKinnon did the heavy lifting of this stat with his six-game touchdown streak to close out the regular season. McKinnon has +170 odds on NFL betting sites as an anytime touchdown scorer against the Bengals
McKinnon Is most likely to score through the air, as nine of his 10 touchdowns this season are receiving touchdowns. The Chiefs are an underdog for the AFC Championship, which improves McKinnon’s chances of scoring. In similar situations this season, Mahomes averages 38.5 pass attempts in those games.
In a game that expects a lot of passing, McKinnon has good odds at +170 to score a touchdown. Isiah Pacheco is the lead rusher and has +145 odds to score on Sunday.
Pacheco had a rushing touchdown in each of his last two regular season games. He was effective with 95 yards on 12 attempts against the Jaguars but was kept out of the endzone.
Pacheco has better odds to find the endzone than McKinnon because he has less competition in his expertise. When the Chiefs want to run the ball, they mostly will hand it off to Pacheco. When they want to throw the ball, McKinnon is usually on the field, but he must battle with the receivers and tight ends to decide where Patrick Mahomes wants to throw the ball.
In the red zone, Pacheco has gotten eight more rushing attempts and four rushing touchdowns. Pacheco is +145 to find pay dirt on Sunday night.
Isiah Pacheco ATTS +145
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