Is Tom Brady in for a patented playoff performance when Tampa Bay visits Green Bay in Sunday’s NFC Championship showdown?
Will Aaron Rodgers upstage Brady in their meeting of future Hall of Fame signal-callers to lead the Packers to the NFC Championship?
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-5) at Green Bay Packers
When: Sunday, 3:05 p.m. ET
Where: Lambeau Field
NFL Odds: Green Bay -3
Moneyline: BUccaneers +155/Packers -175
Player to Score A Touchdown – Anytime
Davante Adams -185
Green Bay’s perennial Pro Bowl wideout is my pick to score a touchdown. Not only did Adams haul in a league-high 18 TD receptions, but the seven-year veteran has recorded at least one TD reception in four straight games and 11 of 12 games overall. While Adams doesn’t have a TD grab in three career games against the Buccaneers, he does have five touchdown receptions over the last three games, including a 1-yard TD catch in last weekend’s dominant win over the Rams.
Here is a look at the current odds to win Super Bowl LV.
First To Score
Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in this matchup and these days. I’m going with Rodgers to lead Green Bay to the first score in the NFC Championship game, particularly seeing as how Tom Brady was lucky in avoiding two interceptions a week ago.
Score In First Six Minutes
I’m certain the Bucs or Packers are going to put some kind of points on the board inside the first six minutes. I don’t see a long “feeling out; process going down in this affair.
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Tom Brady Total TD Passes
Over 1½ -270
Under 1½ +215
Brady has thrown at least two TD passes in nine straight games and 12 of Tampa Bay’s last 13 games overall, making the Over the super easy pick for this props odds wager at a value-packed -270!
Will Aaron Rodgers Throw An Interception
This one is an easy call. The last time Rodgers threw an interception was in Week 16 against Tennessee. Prior to that, Rodgers tossed picks in consecutive weeks (10 and 11). I know Rodgers tossed two interceptions in Green Bay’s 38-10 Week 6 loss at Tampa Bay – and that’s exactly why I believe he won’t throw another – until next season. Lay the -200 and go with the “No: selection!
There’s a reason the return for this selection is a modest 105 and it’s because it’s the most likely outcome. After watching Tampa Bay’s two playoff games and Green Bay’s dominant divisional-round win over the Rams, I don’t see any way the Buccaneers win – or cover as field goal road dogs!
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