Chase Leads Anytime TD Scorers, Kelce/Mixon Right Behind

  • Ja’Marr Chase has -115 odds to score a touchdown at any time during the AFC Championship Game.
  • Chase is followed by Travis Kelce at +100 odds and Joe Mixon at +105 odds.
  • Rounding out the top five are Isiah Pacheco at +145 and Tee Higgins at +160.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs have a ton of offensive weapons on their respective rosters for the AFC Championship Game.

This means that wagering on Anytime Touchdown Scoring is going to be hot for this game, and it’s important to look at past trends to see if there’s any information that can be gleaned about the players in this game, and their propensity to score.

Chiefs vs. Bengals – Anytime Touchdown Scorer Odds

  • Ja'Marr Chase -115
  • Travis Kelce EVEN
  • Joe Mixon +105
  • Isiah Pacheco +145
  • Tee Higgins +160

Ja'Marr Chase, -115

Chase scored nine touchdowns in the 12 games he played in the regular season. In the playoffs, he’s scored one touchdown each against the Baltimore Ravens and the Buffalo Bills.

The last time Chase failed to score a touchdown was in Week 16 against the New England Patriots.

He has scored a touchdown in seven of his last nine games, and scored two touchdowns in two of those games, giving him a total of nine touchdowns in his last nine games, including the Playoffs.

Travis Kelce, EVEN

Travis Kelce scored 12 touchdowns in his 17 games played this year, but it should be noted that four of them came in one game.

In the playoffs, the Chiefs offense has come to rely on Kelce even more than usual, with the TE racking up 14 receptions and two touchdowns against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Joe Mixon, +105

Mixon has not been a touchdown machine, but he is a running back, and should be respected as a TD threat.

He’s scored seven touchdowns in 14 regular season games, as well as another one against the Buffalo Bills in the Playoffs.

Isiah Pacheco, +145

Isiah Pacheco was stuck in a timeshare in the Chiefs backfield for much of the season, but has become a clear starter at the RB spot.

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He only had five touchdowns on the season, but four of them have come since Week 12, and he added another one against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Playoffs.

Online sportsbooks seem to be aware that he is a real threat now, and have him ranked as the fourth-most-likely TD scorer in this game.

Tee Higgins, +160

This line might be shocking to NFL betting fans. On almost any other team, Tee Higgins would be a WR1, and in almost any other game, Tee Higgins would be significantly higher than fifth on the odds boards to score a touchdown.

He scored seven touchdowns on the season in 16 games played, and has been held scoreless in the Playoffs so far.

Higgins is a stellar end-zone target due to his size and the matchup problems he presents. However, his targets have been trending down. He saw seven in Week 18, six in the Wildcard Round and only four in the Divisional Round.

It’s possible that the online sportsbooks know something that many bettors do not, and that Higgins should be ranked where he is.

The Cincinnati Bengals take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EST.

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