Monday Night Football for Week 13 has two NFC South Division teams under .500—the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the New Orleans Saints.
Both are coming off Week 12 losses, but with this being a divisional game, we could see a bit more excitement than what these teams have offered lately.
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Getting three and the hook, we’ll give the edge to the Saints, but still, think the Buccaneers will win this game.
The offenses of these teams tend to disappear somewhat, so with that hook, it’s hard to pick the Buccaneers.
The Saints have two great playmakers: wide receiver Chris Olave and running back Alvin Kamara.
However, where the Saints lose is their cornerback play. Paulson Adebo, Chris Harris Jr., and Bradley Roby have all been not-so-good this season, so this should allow the Buccaneers to push the ball down the field more.
As a divisional game, these teams know each other and will find ways to score in ways we may not expect.
Coming off a 12-catch game in Week 12 and a touchdown in each of his last two games, Godwin has become Brady’s No. 1 receiver.
Brady has always liked throwing short and over the middle of the field.
He’s attempted over 140 passes between 0-9 yards over the middle of the field.
Whenever you can project a receiver getting double-digit targets, they’re always a safe bet to score, especially one that’s been so heavily involved recently.
White is the new No. 1 running back for the Buccaneers following a 23-touch game against the Browns. He had over 100 yards and nine receptions but didn’t find the end zone.
However, the Saints have allowed over 150 rushing yards over the past three games and, on the season, allow close to one rushing touchdown per game.
Equipped with the same last name as James White, Brady’s go-to running back from his time in New England, he’ll get plenty more opportunities in this primetime game.
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