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NFL Week 14 Touchdown Predictions
Let’s let the good times keep rollin’ after going two for two last week.
Both of those were better than even money but it’s becoming more and more difficult to find those as oddsmakers have started offering shorter and shorter odds.
No worries, though, mates. I believe I have found two more winners this week, both with solid positive lines.
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Minnesota Vikings TE T.J. Hockenson (+180) vs. Detroit Lions
I’m going back to the Minnesota well after scoring a nice win on Justin Jefferson last week.
But J.J’s odds continue to plummet each week, as it’s evident that he’ll likely score during every game from here on out.
I love Hockenson this week. He’s playing his first game against his former team so he’ll know the weaknesses of the Lions’ defenders.
Plus, Hockenson has caught 30 passes for 225 yards and a touchdown, the most receptions by any tight end over the last five games.
Dude’s going to score at his new home in an important game.
And if you’re really feeling bold, you can get Hockenson at +1300 to score two TDs. That’s not unthinkable.
Kansas City Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco (+115) at Denver Broncos
Denver is done.
The Broncos have lost four straight games and Sunday will be their fifth in a row.
Pacheco is becoming more involved in the offense each week, brings a bunch of energy, and has touchdowns in each of K.C.’s last two games.
He’ll score, either on the ground or through the air, in the Mile High City.