The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will look to win their fourth consecutive game on Sunday when they return home to play the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Buccaneers are peaking at the right time, as they have a shot to win the NFC South title.
If they can finish the regular season 3-0 or at least 2-1, they will put themselves in the driver's seat to win the division and host a playoff game. However, Tampa Bay must get past the Jags, who have lost three straight games.
I found two Buccaneers anytime touchdowns props that bettors should add to their Week 16 betting card. If you want to see where I found these, check out DraftKings Sportsbook.
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Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Jaguars vs. Buccaneers
- Cade Otton (+330)
- Mike Evans (+105)
- Parker Washington (+330)
Cade Otton anytime touchdown scorer (+330)
The second-year tight end has only scored one touchdown in the Bucs’ last six games, but he has a great matchup on Sunday against the Jaguars. Jacksonville’s defense has allowed six touchdowns to opposing TEs and is ranked 19th in DVOA-TE this season.
Otton only has four touchdowns this season but has received four red zone targets in the last five games. The Jags’ defense struggled lately against opponents’ tight ends, giving up three touchdowns in the past two games.
With so much emphasis on Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and Rachaad White, I could see Otton getting one-on-one matchups on Sunday.
Mike Evans anytime touchdown scorer (+105)
The star wide receiver scored his 11th touchdown in last week’s 14-point win over the Green Bay Packers. Evans has scored a touchdown in five out of his past six games.
He’ll try to add to his total against the Jaguars, who have allowed 15 touchdowns to opposing wide receivers (fifth-most in the NFL). The 30-year-old wide receiver leads the Buccaneers in red zone receiving targets (15) and has seen two or more in three out of his last five games.
Parker Washington anytime touchdown scorer (+330)
The rookie wide receiver will see more snaps as the Jaguars are banged up at the wide receiver position. Washington has scored two touchdowns in his last three games and seen 15 targets (three inside the red zone).
The Buccaneers have only allowed 12 touchdowns to opposing wide receivers this season and one in their last four games. The odds are stacked against the former Penn State receiver. But he will have some opportunities as Calvin Ridley and Evan Engram will draw tougher matchups in the passing game.
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