SNF Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills: Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets
Many people thought last Sunday night was going to be the best game of the year when Tom Brady returned to New England for the first time, well it certainly provided a good game but this Sunday night we are in for a treat!
The Buffalo Bills are 3-1 coming off three dominant wins in a row. The Chiefs actually got off to a sluggish start this season currently 2-2 but they feel as though they righted the ship last week with a convincing win on the road in Philadelphia last week. The Bills are for sure out for revenge and have a point to prove that not only are they as good as the Chiefs but that they can beat them.
Over the last two seasons, the Chiefs have had one of the worst red-zone defenses. The Bills scored three touchdowns and settled for four field goals against Houston last week so this is good news for Buffalo. The Bills have scored just twelve touchdowns and kicked nine field goals in twenty-one red-zone tries so far. There's a good chance this Kansas City defense is going to be broken by the Bills this week. The Chiefs have allowed at least 29 points in every game so far. Meanwhile, the Bills have allowed just 44 points the entire season that's the best in the entire NFL.
Arrowhead Stadium will be rocking on Sunday night and both of these teams look to make a statement. Let's get to the best anytime touchdown picks for Sunday night!
Chiefs vs. Bills Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets
Dawson Knox (+245)
I'm going to continue to ride the hot hand here that is Knox. The Chiefs have allowed the most yards to tight ends in the entire NFL so far. That hasn't translated into touchdowns yet but it certainly will. He has scored in three straight games and twice last week! He had a 23 percent target share last week proving he is an integral part of the Bills offense with so many weapons.
Emmanuel Sanders (+235)
Sanders has scored twice on the year both came in Week 3 against Washington. The Chiefs secondary has been awful allowing DeVonta Smith to go for 7 catches 122 yards last week, Keenan Allen and Mike Williams to combine for three scores, and Marquise Brown to go for 6 catches 113 yards, and a touchdown. I fully expect Stefon Diggs to have a great game but the value on Sanders is tremendous given his role in the Bills offense. Sanders has actually played one more snap than Diggs on the year. Just solidifying my point of his substantial role for Buffalo.
Darrel Williams (+315)
Despite playing behind Clyde-Edwards Helaire (CEH) Williams has managed to score twice through four weeks. He has three rushes inside the five-yard line compared to CEH who has zero. Last week he had a season-high 10 carries for 42 yards and a score. He played 24 snaps compared to CEH's 35. There has been a slight dip in snaps for CEH, and Williams has been the benefactor of this. Three out of the four touchdowns allowed by the Bills defense have come within the five-yard line so let's hope Williams gets those same carries when the Chiefs get in close! It's difficult to find value for Chiefs touchdown scorers on a weekly basis but Williams provides some for us this Sunday.