Chiefs vs. Bills Best Touchdown Scorer Bets: Picks Include Travis Kelce and Josh Allen

Will Travis Kelce finally find his way back into the end zone? Our experts share their touchdown scorer bets for Chiefs vs. Bills.

The playoff rematch between the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills is the premier game of the weekend, which probably means you’re looking for some extra skin in the action, correct? Well, our betting experts have you covered with their best touchdown scorer bets for Chiefs vs. Bills.

Chiefs vs. Bills Best Touchdown Scorer Bets

Josh Allen (-114 at ESPN BET)

Blewis: Josh Allen has scored a rushing touchdown in 13 of his last 18 games, so why wouldn’t you take this bet at very favorable odds?

Not only is Allen essentially their power running back in short-yardage situations, but he also has big-play ability as a runner. This was on full display last week with his incredible 52-yard touchdown run.

Given Allen’s versatility as a runner and that he’s the Bills’ most trusted option near the goal line, I’m not sure why these odds are only -114.

Isiah Pacheco (+105 at ESPN BET)

Rolfe: I am going to go with a volume play here because I generally think this could be quite a low-scoring affair. Normally, I like to lean on the opponents’ weaknesses, but the Bills are fairly solid across the board.

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What we do know is that the Chiefs love Pacheco and will use him a lot in this game. In the last five games, Pacheco has scored six touchdowns after scoring just four in the first 10. The Chiefs have really leaned on their young RB down the stretch, and it has paid dividends.

Travis Kelce (+140 at DraftKings)

Bearman: Nov. 20. That was the last time Travis Kelce got into the end zone. Of all of the ridiculous stats we throw around, that might be the hardest one to believe. If the Chiefs are going to have a chance of advancing to another AFC title game, they’ll have to break this drought.

Dalton Kincaid (+270 at FanDuel)

Soppe: Both Buffalo tight ends scored last week, but we are in the probability business. While the TD total from Wild Card Weekend was the same, the usage simply wasn’t.

  • Routes: Kincaid topped Knox 22-13
  • Third-down routes: Kincaid topped Knox 7-0
  • Targets: Kincaid topped Knox 6-3

You can call this a committee all you want, but I’m not buying it. The fact that Knox has scored in consecutive games has driven down the price of Kincaid in the touchdown market to a point where I’m willing to back the rookie and his significant role in a game where the Bills are going to have to get creative to avoid L’Jarius Sneed.

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