Can Aaron Rodgers keep up his MVP-caliber campaign to help Green Bay get past Tampa Bay in the NFC Championship game on Sunday?
Will future Hall of Fame counterpart Tom Brady come up with an epic playoff performance to beat the Packers for the second time this season to reach Super Bowl LV?
Can anyone on Tampa Bay’s roster contain superstar Packers wide receiver Davante Adams?
Will Tampa Bay’s trio of elite wide receivers have their way against a Packers defense that is playing its best football of the season at just the right time
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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
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Tom Brady Total Passing Yards
Over 287½ Passing Yards -115
Under 287½ Passing Yards -115
Brady had passed for at least 348 yards in four straight games until getting limited to 199 yards in Tampa Bay’s 30-20 road win over New Orleans last weekend. Brady passed for 166 yards in the Buccaneers’ 38-10 blowout win of Green Bay in Week 6. In six career starts against Green Bay, Brady has averaged 216 passing yards. I just don’t see Brady topping this tota!
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Will Tom Brady Throw An Interception
Brady hasn’t thrown an interception in two straight games and five of Tampa Bay’s last six games overall, but he tossed three in the 2018 playoffs and one last season. More importantly, Brady got away with what should have been two picks against the Saints last weekend. Brady tosses at least one in the NFC Championship.
Mike Evans Total Receptions
Over 4½ Receptions -120
Under 4½ Receptions -110
Tampa Bay’s perennial Pro Bowl wideout was limited to one catch last weekend against New Orleans and he’s been limited to three catches or less four times in Tampa Bay’s last seven games. Evans did have six receptions against Washington in the wild card round and he’ll be back to full strength for this affair. I like Evans to get at least five receptions in this affair!
Chris Godwin Total Receiving Yards
Over 67½ Receiving Yards -115
Under 67½ Receiving Yards -115
Godwin was limited to 34 receiving yards against the Saints last weekend and he was held to 46 receiving yards in Tampa Bay’s Week 6 win over the Packers. Still, Godwin had topped this figure in three straight games until last weekend and he’s been something of a security blanket for Brady with a lot of teams focusing on stopping Mike Evans and Antonio Brown. Godwin narrowly tops this figure.
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Aaron Rodgers Total Completions
Over 25½ Completions -110
Under 25½ Completions -120
Rodgers has completed at least 26 passes five times this season while going an ugly 16-for-35 in Week 6 against Tampa Bay. In five career games against the Bucs, Rodgers has averaged 20 completions while completing 23 passes or less in each of Green Bay’s last four games. The smart money is on the Under.
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Aaron Rodgers Total Passing Yards
Over 282½ Passing Yards -115
Under 282½ Passing Yards -115
Rodgers passed for 296 yards against the Rams last weekend and has passed for at least 283 yards 11 times this season. In 20 career playoff games, Rodgers has averaged 266.2 passing yards per game. I like Rodgers to finish just under this figure.
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Aaron Rodgers Total TD Passes
Over 2½ TD Passes +135
Under 2½ TD Passes -165
Rodgers has thrown at least three TD passes 12 times this season, but has averaged a modest 1.6 TD passes per game in five career starts against the Buccaneers. I’m going with the Under here, but just barely!
Aaron Jones Total Rushing Yards
Over 62½ Rushing Yards -120
Under 62½ Rushing Yards -110
Jones has rushed for at least 69 yards in six of Green Bay’s last seven games. The Pro Bowl back rushed for 99 yards against the Rams’ top-ranked defense a week ago and I think he’s good for at least 63 rushing yards against a Buccaneers defense that is similar to LA’s.
Davante Adams Total Receiving Yards
Over 87½ Receiving Yards -130
Under 87½ Receiving Yards Ev
Adams has at least 88 receiving yards in seven games this season but was limited to 61 receiving yards in Week 6 against Tampa Bay. The Bucs will try to blanket arguably the best wide receiver in the game, I like Adams to top this figure if the Packers are going to have any chance of beating the Bucs in the NFC Championship.
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