The Buffalo Bills let one slip away from them on Monday night in Week 1, losing to the New York Jets on a walk-off punt return touchdown.
Luckily for them, they're in a fantastic bounce back spot in Week 2 when they host the Las Vegas Raiders in their season opener.
If you want my best bet for the game, as well as my pick for the other 15 games, you can find them in the Week two edition of the "Road to 272 Bets."
In this article, we're talking touchdown scorers. All we need for these wagers to cash is for the players we're backing to find the end zone. If they do, we win our bet.
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Now, let's dive into some touchdown scorers for Sunday's action.
Anytime TD bets for Raiders vs. Bills
- James Cook Anytime TD (+119)
- Dalton Kincaid Anytime TD (+340)
- Josh Allen Anytime TD (+150)
James Cook Anytime TD (+119)
James Cook, as we all expected, got the bulk of the carries at running back in Week 1 against the Jets. He carries the ball 12 times for 46 yards. Latavius Murray got just two carries and Damien Harris got one. That tells me he's the workhorse back for now, which also leads me to believe it's only a matter of time until he finds the end zone.
It also helps that he hauled in four receptions on six targets. That's good news for his production.
Dalton Kincaid Anytime TD (+340)
The Bills ran a lot of two tight end sets with Dalton Kincard and Dawson Knox, and they both hauled in four receptions. But, since we're getting better odds on Kincaid to score compared to Knox, then I think he's the easy bet to make to find the end zone for the first time in his NFL career.
Josh Allen Anytime TD (+150)
I think we can all admit that Josh Allen had a bad game on Monday night. With that being said, we need to trust him to bounce back in Week 2 against a lowly Raiders squad. Let's also not he ran the ball six times against the Jets, so it's not like he's going to stop running the football.
I trust him to bounce back with a great game and part of that great game by just be finding the end zone with his legs.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
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