So we are getting closer and closer to the end of the NFL regular season and this Sunday we will witness some of the last games of the season. Tampa Bay Bucs (2-12) will be hosting the first clash versus Green Bay and their fantastic overall record of 10-4 which has the team ranking in 2nd position in the NFC North conference.
It is obvious to state that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the key to victory if the Packers want to record their 11th win of the season when facing off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 16. Still, after Rodgers’ career-low performance in a loss against the Buffalo Bills in Week 15, Green Bay will be looking to their captain to get back on track with only two games left in the regular season.
Many fans of the Packers may feel confident facing a Buccaneers team that has only won two games this season. Not to mention, Tampa Bay’s defense ranks 24th in the league in opponent passing yards (250.4 per game) and 27th in passing touchdowns allowed (26). All the numbers show that Rodgers and his stellar offense should destroy the Buccaneers in every single facet of the game. source: rantsports.com
Furthermore, as per BettorsNet.com® Pay per Head the Green Bay Packers opened up as 10-point favorites on the road against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That line has jumped up to 11.5 in some instances, good for a tie for the largest of the week with the New York Jets facing the New England Patriots at home.
Here are a couple of videos on the latest Packers and Bucs football action: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2303537-green-bay-packers-vs-tampa-bay-buccaneers-breaking-down-green-bays-game-plan
Later on Sunday, at the Edward Jones Dome the New York Giants arrive in St. Louis for a great football spectacle. The following is a very interesting video on the game preview for this coming Sunday: http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Experts-make-picks-for-Giants-vs-Rams/72c85051-e86c-489c-8b78-508fb4779c0a
There is no doubt, if St. Louis could find some offensive consistency, its defense would be getting a lot more notice. The Rams have not allowed a touchdown in three games, with two shutouts before a 12-6 loss to Arizona in Week 15. They stand as good a chance as any other team to limit Odell Beckham Jr.’s ascent as one of the league’s most dangerous wide receivers.
The following are the most current betting odds for this game:
NY Giants +7 43.5o
St. Louis Rams -7 43.5u
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