Best TD Scorer Bets of All Time

As we enter Week 14 of the NFL season, several notable players are dealing with injuries. Here are some of the best all-time touchdown bets, picks and prop bets to consider for Sunday’s slate of games.

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence suffered a major ankle sprain in the fourth quarter of a 34-31 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13. Prior to his injury, Lawrence had thrown for 258 yards, two touchdowns and rushed for another touchdown. Lawrence left the stadium on crutches and a boot, and his availability for the upcoming game against the Cleveland Browns is uncertain.

Meanwhile, New Orleans Saints quarterback Derek Carr is also questionable for Week 14 against the Carolina Panthers. Carr took a hit that sent him into the protocol for a concussion and a possible rib injury. Before leaving the game, Carr had completed 17 of 22 pass attempts for 226 yards for a touchdown and an interception. If Carr is unable to play against the Panthers, the Saints will rely on Jameis Winston and Tysum Hill to lead the team in Week 14.

Best all-time TD bets for Sunday’s Week 14 games:

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (-140)

In a 42-19 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 13, Jalen Hurts had 20 yards and a rushing touchdown, making it six touchdowns on the ground in the last four games. Hurts shows every week that he is a versatile quarterback who can easily find the end zone when given the chance.

Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Courtland Sutton (+125)

In the Broncos’ 22-17 loss to the Texans, Courtland Sutton caught two of seven pass attempts for 77 yards and one touchdown. Sutton has been in good form, scoring in six of his last seven games. The Broncos will play the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 14, who allowed the second-most receiving yards with 265 yards, giving Sutton a chance to score for the Broncos.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (+340)

Patrick Mahomes has thrown the ball 57 times for 331 yards this NFL season. However, he has yet to score a touchdown for the Chiefs and in Week 14, Mahomes and the Chiefs will play the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead. The win is crucial for the Chiefs, and with running backs Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon questionable for Sunday’s game, Mahomes will likely take matters into his own hands to put Kansas City in a favorable position.

Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt (+235)

Kareem Hunt has been an important player for the Browns in their play this season. He is averaging 33.4 yards per game and has scored six touchdowns so far. Hunt is a reliable player on the field and a vital factor in the Browns picking up points in Week 14 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

San Francisco 49ers Running Back Christian McCaffrey (-380)

Christian McCaffrey has rushed for over 80 yards and scored at least one touchdown in seven of the last twelve games. McCaffrey’s contributions are significant to the 49ers’ running game, which currently ranks fifth in the NFL in rushing offense. In Week 14, the 49ers will face the Seahawks, who are allowing an average of 119 yards per game. That gives McCaffrey an opportunity to score.

Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver CeeDee Lamb (-150)

In Week 14, CeeDee Lamb and the Dallas Cowboys will face a tough challenge against the Philadelphia Eagles. However, Lamb will undoubtedly play a crucial role if the Cowboys hope to emerge victorious. So far this season, Lamb is averaging 80 yards per game and has scored in six of twelve games. With the Cowboys ranked 11th in rushing yards per game, there should be plenty of opportunities for Lamb to make an impact and help the team score.

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