Kicking off another fine-week of NFL divisional playoffs, we are heading up north to Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, for the 6th seed LA Rams taking on the 1 seed Green Bay Packers. The weather forecast looks like low 30s and snow, which surely benefits the home-team Packers and not the sunny LA Rams. MVP Favorite, QB Aaron Rodgers [O/U 2.5 Passing Touchdowns], leads the way for the Packers. Rodgers has played excellently as of late, hitting the over on his player prop betting line in six out of the last seven games. For the Rams, QB Jared Goff [O/U 240.5 Passing Yards] is healthy and should be under-center for this matchup. Goff has not shared the same success as Rodgers. Goff has hit the under on his prop betting line in each of the last four games. The Rams are up against the wall here, and if they would like to win, they NEED their quarterback to have a big game.
The visiting-Rams offense is led by their rookie RB Cam Akers [O/U 78.5 Rushing Yards.] Akers had one of the best games of his young career last week in a W over the Seahawks. Akers rushed for 131 yards and 1 TD while hitting the over on his player prop betting line. Joining Akers is wideout Robert Woods [O/U 5.5 Receptions.] Woods has not played so well as of late, hitting the under on his prop betting line in each of the last three games. Joining Woods in this LA receiving core is Cooper Kupp [O/U 62.5 Receiving Yards.] Kupp has played well as of late, hitting the over on his player prop betting line in the last two games. This offense is dependent on how their quarterback Jared Goff will play. Goff had surgery on a broken thumb roughly 10 days ago, so it will be interesting to see how it plays out.
The Packers’ offense is led by wideout Davante Adams [O/U 97.5 Receiving Yards.] For many weeks of this season, Adams appeared to have been the top-performing receiver in the league and managed to finish the season well, hitting the over on his prop betting line in three of the last five games. Joining Adams in this Green Bay receiving core is TE Robert Tonyan Jr. [O/U 47.5 Receiving Yards.] Tonyan has not had the same success as his counterpart in Adams, Tonyan has hit the under on his prop betting line in each of the last five games. Closing out this Green Bay offense is their ground-attack led by RB Aaron Jones [O/U 0.5 Rushing Touchdowns.] Jones has been doing a great job finding the back of the endzone, hitting the over on his prop betting line in two of the last three games.