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Week 4 of the NFL season kicks off with an AFC clash on Thursday Night Football when the Bengals host the Dolphins. NFL analyst Tom Viera is here with the best anytime touchdown bets to make for it.

TNF Cincinnati Bengals vs. Miami Dolphins Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets

Bengals vs. Dolphins Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: Thursday, September 29
  • Game Time: 8:15 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: Prime Video, NFL+

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Week 4 of the NFL season kicks off with an AFC matchup featuring two teams with plenty of firepower. After a horrible trio of primetime games last week, we are provided with a showdown to start Week 4. Our analysis was spot on all weekend but with some bad luck, we dropped a few units. It's important to remember the variance when betting on this market. It is a high-risk high-reward market. As usual, we will play this game smart. We're not going to shoot blindly and throw noodles at the wall to see if they stick just because a player's odds are long. The research I've done will always back up the reasoning behind my anytime touchdown scorer picks.

Week 3 wasn't the most kind to us, but as the conductor of the anytime touchdown train I've narrowed down the best options for anytime touchdown scorers for you here on Thursday Night Football in Week 4. Let's get to the best anytime touchdown picks for the Bengals vs Dolphins. Best of luck if you tail!

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TNF Bengals vs. Dolphins Best Anytime TD Scorer Picks

Tee Higgins (+160) (Bet $100 to Win $160)

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One of the aforementioned bad beats in Week 3 was none other than Tee Higgins. He made an incredible catch in the back of the end zone that was ruled out of bounds on the field, challenged, and still ruled out. I beg to differ. He had both feet in bounds and should have been rewarded for his levitating ability. I'm sure even Dua Lipa would have approved. The Dolphins are in the bottom half of the NFL through three weeks in the three major categories defending wide receivers. Higgins is just as fun to watch as Ja'Marr Chase and he has another soft matchup this week. With Ja'Marr Chase likely to see a cornerback and a safety on his side of the field most of the night, Higgins will have a huge opportunity to Tee off against the Dolphins man-to-man coverage. Tee off, see what I did there?

Hayden Hurst (+300) (Bet $100 to Win $300)

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Ja'Marr Chase has a date with Xavian Howard scheduled. Chase is a different animal but Howard has the ability to slow him down. While I think Chase will still be able to get his versus Howard, I think Burrow may look at other pass catchers first in his progressions as a result. The Dolphins defense has blitzed at the third highest rate in the NFL so far and this sets up well for tight ends in the quick passing game. Granted Mark Andrews accounts for nearly half of these numbers in Week 2, the Dolphins are tied for the most targets and receptions to tight ends through the first three weeks. Hurst was limited last week by a groin injury, but in a blow out the Bengals did not need to force his snaps. He was a full participant in practice heading into Thursday and I'm confident the workload will be back. He earned 8 and 7 targets the first two weeks, two coming in the 10-yard line and one within the 5-yard line. At 6' 4'' he is a great target for Burrow in the end zone. Let's cash in on the big dog to score his first touchdown as a Bengal Thursday night.

Joe Burrow (+550) (Bet $100 to Win $550)

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The Dolphins offense had one good quarter when the Ravens secondary decided to let them run right past them for four touchdowns in a fourth-quarter comeback. I'm not a believer in the Dolphins. Miami has deployed man coverage the third most of any team in the NFL. As a result, they've allowed the most rushing yards to the quarterback position. Now don't get it twisted. Lamar Jackson ran for 119 yards and Josh Allen for 47 a week ago. Joe Burrow isn't as fleet of foot as those two but man coverage means the secondary often has their backs turned to the quarterback allowing them to take off more often than usual. Burrow rushed 6 times for 47 yards in Week 1 and 4 times for 26 yards in Week 2. He didn't need to do much running against the lowly Jets in Week 3. Another way we can cash this is if the dynamic duo of Chase and Higgins were to draw a pass interference penalty in the end zone against that man coverage. We can see Burrow punch one in at the goal line Tom Brady-esque. After a slow start to open the season, Joe Burrow is back. Granted it was the Jets defense but he looked comfortable again in the pocket. It may have just taken him a few extra weeks to recover from the appendix surgery in July. I think the Bengals put on a show here Thursday night and dominate this game debuting their sweet white uniforms.

Bengals vs. Dolphins Top Anytime TD Scorer Picks

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Tom Viera is an experienced betting and fantasy sports writer. Tom brings a vast knowledge of all things NFL, NBA, MLB and soccer to the OddsChecker stable of handicappers.


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