Buffalo Bills vs. Washington Football Team: Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets
Both sides come into Week 3 with 1-1 records. Both teams coming off their first wins, Washington might have its hands more full. Washington is facing a Bills team featuring a resurgent defense to complement a Josh Allen-led offense which finally showed signs of its potential in their 35-0 win over Miami.
Last Thursday night Washington skated by the Giants because New York just knows how to find ways to lose games. The Bills entered this season as Super Bowl contenders and Josh Allen among favorites to win MVP. The Washington defense was supposed to be the strength of the team but they currently rank in the bottom half of the league in nearly all categories.
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Josh Allen (+150)
Allen has totaled 25 rushing touchdowns through his first three seasons! He's averaged 7 carries a game so far, that's more than his per-game rate the last two seasons. He nearly scored last week in Miami. Last week the aforementioned Giants and Daniel Jones more specifically ran for 95 yards and a touchdown against Washington. Last season Washington boasted a near-identical defense and allowed 6 rushing touchdowns to the quarterback position. Allen scores his first rushing touchdown this Sunday.
Emmanuel Sanders (+275)
I know what you're thinking, why not pick Stefon Diggs priced at (+125) if we're going with a Bills wide receiver? Well, the answer to that is because the value on Sanders right now is too good. He's played the third-most snaps for the Bills offense behind only Allen and Diggs. Washington provides a matchup in which they've allowed the 6th highest completion percentage on deep passes through the first two weeks. If it wasn't for a drop by Darius Slayton last week, that number would be even worse. Sanders has made a career taking the top off of defenses and I expect Allen and him to connect for a score.
Devin Singletary (+200)
If you haven't noticed I don't expect Washington to be able to do much here on offense. I'm going three Bills to score as a result. Singletary found the endzone last week in Miami and so did fellow running back Zack Moss. Singletary ranks in the top 20 in the NFL with touches in the red zone through two weeks. Much like the Allen prop, the Washington defense hasn't exactly been stout defending the run. The Bills have made a much more concerted effort getting the running game going so far in 2021 and I don't expect that to change.