The Detroit Lions have won their first playoff game since 1991 and will now host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Divisional Round.
If you want to find out the betting odds for the game, you can check them out here.
In this article, we're going to have some fun and target a few players who are worth betting on to find the end zone on Sunday afternoon. We only have seven games left to watch and bet on until next fall, so we have to make the most of it!
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Buccaneers vs. Lions TD Bets
- David Montgomery Anytime TD
- Josh Reynolds Anytime TD
- Brock Wright Anytime TD
David Montgomery Anytime TD
If you're going to bet on a running back to score a touchdown, David Montgomery is the choice. He's the clear red zone option for the Lions and he played 54% of offensive snaps in the Wild Card Round compared to Jahmyr Gibbs who played just 34% of snaps.
It's not the sexiest bet to make at just -110 odds, but if you want a bet that has a great chance of hitting, Montgomery to score a touchdown is the bet to make.
Josh Reynolds Anytime TD
Instead of betting on Amon-Ra St. Brown at similar odds to Montgomery, consider betting on the Lions' No. 2 wideout, Josh Reynold at a much better price.
Reynolds had only two fewer targets and receptions than St. Brown last week and his production skyrocketed in the final stretch of the season. He played a season-high 88% of snaps in Week 17 and 86% of snaps against the Rams last week. He has become the clear No. 2 target at wideout for the Lions, which means he presents plenty of value at his current price tag to find the end zone against the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Brock Wright Anytime TD
If you want to bet on a long shot, consider the Lions No. 2 tight end, Brock Wright. He only has 13 receptions on the season, but one of them resulted in a touchdown. Sam LaPorta is the clear No. 1 target at the position, but that could open some things up in the red zone if they decide to use LaPorta as a decoy.
It's unlikely, but at +650 odds, it's an attractive option as a dark horse touchdown scorer.
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