NFL Tips – Super Bowl Tips – Touchdowns

Brandon Aiyuk - NFL Super Bowl Tips

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The Niners and the Chiefs square off in this year’s Super Bowl and Betseeker has all the best bets for you including this year’s top touchdown plays.

Best Bet

Brandon Aiyuk
Anytime TD

The Niners will likely attack the Chiefs on the ground but when it gets to the redzone, they will need to score via the air.

Kansas City have conceded the fewest rushing touchdowns of any team this year and they are top four against tight ends so looking at the two star Niners wideouts – Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel.

Samuel is certainly used in more creative ways but Aiyuk is the better pure receiver and is a threat both in the redzone and with the deep ball.

Aiyuk has six touchdowns in his last 11 games but notably has at least six targets in six of his last nine. He has played a minimum of 82% of snaps as well from Week 11 when Niners starters have been playing.

Even in a low-scoring game Aiyuk looks overs to feature.

Same Game Multi

Isaiah Pacheco TD/Christian McCaffrey TD

There is no spoil the price here but it is hard to imagine this Super Bowl not featuring scores from the two star running backs.

The Niners got destroyed by the Lions on the ground last week to the tune of 182 yards and three touchdowns at 6.28 yards per carry. Pacheco is an angry runner who has eight touchdowns in his last seven games.

Christian McCaffrey has been a phenomenal touchdown scorer since joining the 49ers, crossing 25 times this season and having just three games where he failed to score.

Value Bet

Brock Purdy
Anytime TD

Brock Purdy is not regarded as a running QB but he can certainly bring out the wheels when he needs to and that puts him well in the mix to score. He has had 11 rushes for 62 yards the last two weeks including four kneels. He has two touchdowns this year. He is monster value to score.

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Nick has spent more than 15 years working in wagering around the world and is a regular NRL columnist for The Guardian.