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NFL Week 10 Anytime Touchdown Predictions
I got back on track last week with these, going a more reasonable two out of three.
I’m promising a perfect three-for-three Sunday and if I don’t deliver, bring it up with your also disappointing politician of choice.
Nah, screw congresspersons (so to speak). I’m speaking the real truth so here we go.
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Leonard Fournette, Tampa Bay Bucs (+100) vs. Seattle Seahawks
I hope the Germans like watching NFL players run with the ball because I expect there will be plenty of that in Munich on Sunday.
The Seahawks allow the 29th-most rushing yards in the league, including 11 TDs, so that bodes well for Fournette down in the red zone, whether that’s with his legs or his hands.
Because remember, Fournette has more receiving TDs (3) than he does rushing (2). Either way, the dude’s going to score.
Kenneth Walker III, Seattle Seahawks (-120) vs. Tampa Bay Bucs
We’re sticking with Sunday’s game abroad.
Walker, the robust rookie out of Michigan State, has become Seattle’s go-to back and he’s produced big-time.
The second-round pick (41st overall), who is the co-favorite to be named Offensive Rookie of the Year, has scored seven touchdowns in his last five games.
Tampa Bay is 24th in the league in rushing defense so don’t worry about the -120. Walker will find his way into the end zone Sunday.
Jerry Jeudy, Denver Broncos (+205) at Tennesse Titans
Jeudy finally broke out against the Jaguars two weeks ago, scoring his first touchdown since week 4.
The Titans allow the seventh-most passing yards and receiving touchdowns in the NFL. Good signs for the shifty, speedy Jeudy.
Russell Wilson looked somewhat like his old self in Denver’s victory over Jacksonville in London.
Now, the Broncos are coming off a bye week, so everyone should be fresh for Denver. Meanwhile, the Titans will try to rebound from a tough loss to the Chiefs.
Jeudy had six catches for 63 yards and I believe he has more receptions and another touchdown Sunday.