The NFL playoffs kick off this weekend, with two games on Saturday and three more on Sunday. The action on Sunday starts with an intriguing clash between the 2-seed Buffalo Bills and the 7-seed Pittsburgh Steelers at 1 p.m. Eastern on CBS.
The Bills are double-digit favorites at home after winning their final five games of the season. Pittsburgh enters the postseason on a three-game winning streak of its own, including a 17-10 win over the Ravens last Saturday.
Bettors have plenty of enticing plus-money player props to consider, including the best Steelers vs Bills touchdown scorer props.
If you are looking for some bets with great value, we advise you to check out our favorite Steelers vs Bills anytime touchdown scorer bets.
Steelers vs Bills Touchdown Scorer Odds
Here, we have included the best available anytime touchdown scorer betting odds for Steelers vs Bills from some of our favorite sports betting apps.
Buffalo’s top running back had a strong season but ran for just two TDs, as the Bills turned to QB Josh Allen (15 rushing touchdowns) to finish drives. But the Pro Bowl running back offers good value given his consistently substantial role for the Bills down the stretch. Cook got at least 15 touches in each of Buffalo’s final seven games of the regular season, with 20 or more in three of those games. He should have a heavy workload this weekend given the forecast for Sunday in Orchard Park: heavy wind, a high temperature in the 20s, and a potential snow showers.
Cook offers solid value at this price even if he doesn’t get any red zone carries because of his role as a receiver. He finished the season with 44 receptions and 4 receiving TDs on 54 targets.
Steelers RB Najee Harris’s ATTD case sounds a lot like Cook’s. With Mason Rudolph starting his team’s final three games of the year, Harris finished the season with 4 rushing TDs and 300-plus rushing yards over Pittsburgh’s season-ending, three-game winning streak. In ideal conditions, Pittsburgh would be in danger of falling behind Allen and the Bills early (especially with TJ Watt ruled out due to a knee injury) and turning away from the running game. That’s less of a concern given Sunday’s forecast, though.
Buffalo’s defense finished the season playing well overall but allowed at least 100 yards rushing to both the Patriots in Week 17 and the Dolphins in Week 18.
Bills WR Stefon Diggs’ TD reception and yards-per-catch numbers dropped a bit this season from his totals in ’21 and ’22, but he’s still the top target for Allen, and he started the year with 7 TD catches in Buffalo’s first nine games. He’s caught just one since a loss to the Bengals on Nov. 5, though.
So why consider him in Sunday’s game? Because he’s due after failing to find the end zone the last five weeks, and because it’s hard to imagine Allen not featuring No. 14 in a must-win game at home, no matter the weather conditions. Diggs is expected to draw Steelers CB Joey Porter Jr. The talented rookie has held up well against some quality pass-catchers recently, but he faces a massive challenge if he’s tasked with shadowing Diggs, who had a total of 19 targets in the Bills’ two playoff games last year.
Steelers vs Bills Anytime Touchdown Parlay Odds
If you are following our Steelers vs Bills 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, even with one minus-money player prop parlayed with a plus-money player prop, you should get an excellent number to bet on.
At FanDuel, you can parlay Cook (+130) and Diggs (+150) to score a touchdown on Sunday, and you will be given +495 odds. This means that a $100 bettor would be up $495 if both players score a touchdown.