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Tampa Bay (+3.5) at Green Bay, o/u 51.5 – Sunday, 3:05 p.m. EST
The official theme song of this tilt is Two Gunslingers by Tom Petty. The 43-year-old Tom Brady is very clearly on a mission to not only appear in his 10th Super Bowl, he's trying to make the Bucs the first team to play a Super Bowl in its home stadium. For a guy who's already done basically everything, doing something nobody else has done before is more than enough motivation. His nine SB berths are mirrored by the nine consecutive games in which he's tossed multiple TDs, a stretch during which he has a 24:5 TD:INT and 8.4 YPA, but his receiving corps isn't in great shape. Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown were on the injured list this week, and while the first two should suit up, AB won't. The bigger question is whether the secondary can step up. The Bucs have held up against a noodle-armed Drew Brees and an inexperienced Taylor Heinicke in the playoffs, but the last time they faced a better QB, Matt Ryan lit them up for 621 yards and a 5:0 TD:INT in Weeks 15 and 17 combined — and Ryan is no Aaron Rodgers. Over his last nine games, the 37-year-old has posted a 26:3 TD:INT and 8.3 YPA while completing an absurd 73.0 percent of his passes, and Rodgers just got done picking apart a Rams defense that was a whole lot better on the