Play the Over in Buccaneers vs. Packers NFC Championship Game?
The Bucs will take on the Packers for the second time this season with much higher stakes on the line than their regular-season meeting. Two teams that can score points will hook up in Green Bay in what should be a fantastic game. If you head over to FanDuel’s Sportsbook, you can see the total in this game sits at 51 points. There are pretty soluble defenses in Green Bay and Tampa, but the offenses are just too potent for this number this time around. The over looks like the way to go in this one.
We saw a low total the first time these teams met back in October, but we can all agree they both look completely different than they did a few months ago. That first game, the Packers came out completely flat and weren’t ever able to get anything generated on offense. This game will be completely different, and they will come out firing with Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady matching score for score. A lot of people are screaming the under here because of the cold.
However, Brady and Rodgers have done some of their best work in the cold with Rodgers in Green Bay his entire career and Brady spending most of his time in chilly New England. These guys are seasoned veterans, and the weather doesn’t really affect their performance. The over is the bet to make, and we’re going to get that big firework in this game that we all hope to see. It will be cold in Wisconsin this weekend, but it shouldn’t stop these seasoned QBs from slinging it over 51 points.
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