Buccaneers vs Packers: The best Super Odds Specials for the NFC Championship Game
The NFC and AFC Championship games will soon be upon us, and bettors will have the opportunity to find added value on a number of wagers currently available as Super Odds Specials for Sunday’s double-header.
Super Odds Specials give bettors a shot at a higher payout for selected bets, which are given boosted odds from their original price.
There are four markets currently available as Super Odds Specials for both the NFC Championship Game, between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers, and the AFC Championship Game, between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs.
Here are the Super Odds Specials for Tampa Bay versus Green Bay.
Sun, January 24 2021, 8:05 PM
Aaron Rodgers Over 284.5 Pass Yards and Packers to win
Original odds: +190
Boosted odds: +225
Aaron Rodgers faced a difficult challenge last week against a Los Angeles Rams defense that was ranked No. 1 against the pass.
The Packers veteran quarterback didn’t have his best game, completed 63% of his passes, and still managed to torch the Rams for 296 yards through the air.
This weekend, he'll face a Buccaneers defense that held him to 160 yards in Week 6, but given the MVP-caliber season Rodgers has put together and carried into the Divisional Round, this bet is worth considering.
The Packers were 6-3 against the spread and 8-1 straight up at home this season. Rodgers has thrown for 285 yards or more in nine games this season, including five at Lambeau Field.
A $25 bet in this market has a potential payout of $81.25.
Davante Adams and Mike Evans to both score a TD
Original Odds: +230
BOOSTED ODDS: +275
In his seventh NFL season, Davante Adams had a career year, with 18 touchdown receptions during the regular season. He has scored five times in the Packers' last three games, including a crucial touchdown against the Rams last weekend.
Adams has scored in all but three games this season. That should bode well for the first half of this wager.
Mike Evans hasn’t scored at quite the same rate, but the Buccaneers receiver has 13 touchdowns this season, and he scored in last weekend’s Divisional Round matchup against the New Orleans Saints.
If Evans, who is dealing with a knee issue, is good enough to go Sunday, his opportunity to score is significant, as he has established himself as the team’s primary receiving threat in the red zone and goal-to-go situations.
A $25 bet on this market has a potential payout of $93.75.