NFL Wild Card Anytime TD Scorer Bets Feature Evans, Lamb & Mostert

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The road to the Super Bowl starts now as we enter NFL Super Wild Card Weekend, and there are plenty of opportunities to rack up cash.

We dug into the numbers and pulled out the best NFL Wild Card anytime TD scorer bets.

Let’s look at our favorite Super Wild Card Weekend anytime touchdown scorer picks from some of our top-rated sports betting apps.

 

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Mike Evans ()

The Philadelphia Eagles defense, particularly against the pass, has slowly turned into one of the worst in the league. They rank 30th in both points and touchdowns allowed per game and give up an average of 2.1 passing touchdowns per game, which ranks second-worst in the league.

This is all music to the ears of Mike Evans, who led the league in receiving touchdowns with 13 and scored in 11 of his 17 games this season. Fortunately, we even got to see how Evans would play against the Eagles earlier in the season when he caught a touchdown to go along with 60 yards.

CeeDee Lamb ()

No team has played better than the Dallas Cowboys have played at home. At Jerry World, they average a whopping 37.4 points and 4.1 touchdowns (both lead the NFL).

A huge part of the team’s success has been the emergence of CeeDee Lamb, who is playing like the best receiver in football right now. Lamb has now scored in nine straight games – that’s the longest active streak in the NFL – and has scored in every home contest since the home opener in Week 2.

The Green Bay Packers have given up just one touchdown over their last two games, albeit against the Nick Mullens-led Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears. That being said, we trust the Dak Prescott-CeeDee Lamb connection to shine through on their home turf yet again.

Raheem Mostert ()

The Miami Dolphins dropped back-to-back games to close out the regular season with Raheem Mostert out with injuries. But he should be back for the Wild Card matchup, where coach Mike McDaniel will look to establish the run against the Kansas City Chiefs’ middle-of-the-pack run defense.

Mostert has scored in all but three games and has a league-most 18 rushing touchdowns this season. He has also scored in five straight games and even scored a touchdown against the Chiefs earlier in the season.

Najae Harris ()

Najee Harris had competed with Jaylen Warren for positioning in the backfield for much of the season before coming alive in the last three games. Harris has handled 26-plus carries in two straight games and has scored in three straight.

The Buffalo Bills are entering the Wild Card playing better football now than in the beginning of the season, but that hasn’t translated to better scoring defense on the ground. Buffalo has given up a rushing touchdown in six straight games. Given Harris’ recent uptick in usage, we like him to score more than we like Warren to score.

NFL Super Wild Card Weekend Anytime Touchdown Parlay Odds

The road to the Super Bowl is here, so it’s time to up the stakes and win big. The payout for the parlay will be different depending on which sportsbook you use, but it should be a massive number regardless.

At Caesars, you can parlay Evans (+105), Lamb (-162), and Mostert (+120) to all score and be given +629 odds. That means a $100 wager can spit out $629 in profits if all three players reach the end zone.

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