Conference championship Sunday in the NFL kicks off with the Kansas City Chiefs’ road matchup against the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens at 3 p.m. Eastern on CBS. The battle between the reigning Super Bowl MVP, Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes, and this year’s MVP frontrunner, Lamar Jackson, promises to treat fans to another thriller following last Sunday’s Chiefs-Bills clash in the divisional round.
Baltimore is favored by between 3 and 4 points in its first AFC Championship game since 2013.
Bettors have plenty of enticing plus-money player props to consider, including the best Chiefs vs Ravens touchdown scorer props.
If you are looking for some bets with great value, we advise you to check out our favorite Chiefs vs Ravens anytime touchdown scorer bets.
Chiefs vs Ravens Touchdown Scorer Bets
Here, we have included the best available anytime touchdown scorer betting odds for Chiefs vs Ravens from some of the best sports betting apps.
Let’s start with Baltimore’s MVP favorite under center, who found the end zone twice on the ground in his team’s win over the Houston Texans last Saturday. Jackson ran for five TDs during the regular season but none over his team’s final 10 games of the season. He was a massive part of his offense’s short-yardage and red-zone package last week against the Texans, scoring twice (both on designed runs) and running for 100 yards on 11 carries.
The Ravens have a balanced offense, but there’s nothing more dangerous in the red zone than Jackson’s legs — on both designed runs and scrambles when he can’t find a receiver. Jackson offers solid value across the board, particularly at a price like +105 on FanDuel.
Note: Anytime TD scorer bets only cash when a player enters the end zone with possession of the football or catches the ball in the end zone. So, if Jackson’s only TDs come on passes, a bet on him would not cash.
Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco offers as much value as any player in this game in ATTD markets. The second-year player has become a significant cog in this offense thanks to the Chiefs’ lack of talent at wide receiver. Pacheco iced last week’s game against Buffalo, and he’s had at least 15 carries in all but one game dating back to Nov. 5.
With seven total touchdowns (six rushing, one receiving) and at least one in each of the Chiefs’ last six games, Pacheco is a great play to find the end zone again on Sunday in Baltimore.
Baltimore’s young tight end is an intriguing ATTD long shot in this matchup. At first glance, it’s hard to believe his odds of finding the end zone are this long after Likely’s recent performances. While he’s received just seven targets in Baltimore’s last three games, he’s turned those into four touchdowns, including an impressive grab against the Texans in the divisional round.
Likely has played well since starting tight end Mark Andrews was injured in mid-November, with six TD receptions in the last six games. Even if Andrews suits up on Sunday — the Ravens said this week that he has a chance to play, which explains Likely’s ATTD price — Likely should still get a few key targets, as it’s unlikely Andrews will be 100% healthy after the long layoff.
Ravens vs. Chiefs Anytime Touchdown Parlay Odds
If you are following our Ravens vs. Chiefs anytime touchdown scorer picks, you can parlay them for a much bigger payout. The odds for each touchdown prop will differ depending on the sportsbook you use. However, you should get an excellent number to bet on even with one minus-money player prop parlayed with a plus-money player prop.
At FanDuel, you can parlay Jackson (+105) and Pacheco (+135) to score a touchdown on Sunday, and you will be given +359 odds. This means a $100 bettor would be up $359 if both players score a (rushing/receiving) touchdown.