We have an AFC showdown on tap for the Week 12 edition of Sunday Night Football when the Los Angeles Chargers host the Baltimore Ravens.
It's now or never for the Chargers. Sitting at 4-6 with some tough games down the stretch, they can ill afford another loss on their record. If you want to find out which side I'm backing, you can get my pick for all NFL Week 12 games in this week's edition of the "Road to 272 Bets."
In this article, we're talking touchdowns. Betting on anytime touchdown scorers is one of the best ways to enjoy a prime time football game, so we're going to do exactly that. I have three players I've bet on to score tonight.
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Best TD Bets for Ravens vs. Chargers
- Gerald Everett
- Joshua Kelley
- Jalen Guyton
Gerald Everett anytime touchdown scorer
Gerald Everett is expected to be back in the lineup for the Chargers tonight which is great news for Justin Herbert and company. He was becoming a common red zone target in the weeks leading up to his injury, scoring in back-to-back games against the Cowboys and Chiefs.
With the Ravens' secondary being one of the best in the NFL, I expect the Chargers to target their tight ends in the middle of the field early and often.
At north of +300 odds, Everett is a great value bet to find the end zone.
Joshua Kelley anytime touchdown scorer
One of my favorite strategies when it comes to betting on who is going to find the end zone is wagering on backup running backs. They score more often than you think, but most people will only think of betting on the starter.
Joshua Kelley has already scored two touchdowns on the season and he consistently plays around one third of the offensive snaps, making him a much more valuable bet to score than the obvious pick in Austin Ekeler.
Jalen Guyton anytime touchdown scorer
Jalen Guyton was inactive last weekend with a hamstring injury, but in Week 10 against the Lions he was a popular target for Herbert. He hauled in four receptions for 41 yards and a touchdown in the game and I think now that he's back to being healthy, we should look to him before looking to bet on the underperforming rookie, Quentin Johnson.
At +500 odds, Guyton is a great longshort and dark horse option to find the endzone.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
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