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Washington Commanders vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Week 1 Odds

The late afternoon NFL Week 1 slate on Sunday, September 8th, features a matchup that would be even too big for a Wheel of Fortune puzzle. That’s right: The Washington Commanders face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in an NFC battle between a couple of upstart contenders.

Second overall pick Jayden Daniels and the Commanders are looking to start this new era on the right foot. While Baker and Bucs are out to prove that last season’s surprise playoff appearance was no fluke.

It’s easy to see why the NFL odds favor Tampa Bay. The Bucs defied expectations to finish with a 9-8 record, winning the NFC South for the third year and beating the Philadelphia Eagles in the Wild Card Round. The Bucs’ 2023 season was a great success for a team most expected to be terrible.

On the other hand, the Commanders’ 2023 season was the exact opposite of a success. After a 2-0 start, Washington lost 11 of its final 13 games while the defense was exposed repeatedly and the offense just sputtered along.

As a silver lining, the Commanders’ disappointing 2023 season served as a wake-up call. It was a clear sign that it was time for sweeping changes. In response, they hired a new general manager in Adam Peters, a new coach in Dan Quinn, and gave their roster a dramatic facelift, signalling a new era for the storied franchise. Let’s hope the changes help the team in 2024’s NFL odds.

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