NFL Touchdown Tips: Cam To Help Deliver This 20/1 Parlay
Cam Newton looks set to start for the Carolina Panthers this Sunday and he forms one leg of this 20/1 anytime touchdown scorer treble.
With Thanksgiving fast approaching the NFL action will come thick and fast over the next couple of weeks. Upsets have been the order of the day recently making winning bets hard to find but this 20/1 treble has a good chance of getting us back on track.
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Detroit Lions @ Cleveland Browns
The Browns offense hasn’t been functioning correctly lately but this looks like a good chance to get back on track. The Lions defense has been poor all season and they’re currently ranked 28th in the NFL in total defense. They get picked apart through the air and give up an average of 28.9 points per game. Cleveland are starting to get some players back with Nick Chubb (Covid) probably the most important. He should take some pressure off Baker Mayfield and should help the offense perform better overall. My angle here is tight end David Njoku who currently leads the team in receiving although there’s a slight misnomer in that stat as nearly 50% of his yards came in one game (versus Chargers). That said, Njoku is targeted a lot and has been getting redzone looks. He bagged a TD two games ago against the Bengals and nearly scored early on against the Patriots last week. There’s juice in his price of 10/3 especially given People-Jones is currently listed as questionable. If he misses out Njoku should see a further uptick in targets.
Baltimore Ravens @ Chicago Bears
These two sides come into this game off the back of disappointing defeats. The Bears had a great chance to end a three game losing streak last weekend but threw that opportunity away. It’s now four defeats on the spin for Chicago and they’ve been dealt a further blow by the fact Khalil Mack is out for the season with a foot injury. Mack’s absence will significantly impact the Bears pass rush and that will be music to the Ravens ears. Lamar Jackson will have time in the pocket to assess his options and with that in mind I’m plugging for a Ravens receiving TD. Tight end Mark Jackson hasn’t had his usual success thus far but he’s still a favourite option for Jackson in the passing game. Andrews has 4 TD’s to his name this term including last time out versus the Dolphins. This looks like a good opportunity to land another score and at 13/8 he makes the cut.
Washington Football Team @ Carolina Panthers
Washington pulled off an upset last weekend against the Bucs thanks to a resolute defensive performance. If that is to believed they’ll be a forced to be reckoned with here. The performance against the Bucs looks an like anomaly to me so with that in mind I’m looking at the home team in this one. The Panthers signed Cam Newton to cover for the injured Sam Darnold and he hit the ground running (literally) last weekend. Newton will start Sunday and if he’s on form, the one-two combination of him and McCaffery should be too hot to handle. Cam is priced at 13/10 to find the endzone again this week which looks a bit too big to me and he rounds out this weeks treble.
Lions @ Browns – David Njoku Anytime TD (10/3 Bet365)
Ravens @ Bears – Mark Andrews Anytime TD (13/8 Bet365)
Washington @ Panthers – Cam Newton Anytime TD (13/10 Betfair)
Above in a Treble 20/1 (Bet365)