Why The Green Bay Packers Won’t Win Super Bowl LVI

  • The Green Bay Packers have +1300 odds to win the Super Bowl.
  • Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have reached their breaking point and will part ways after this season.
  • Tom Brady holds the all-time record against Aaron Rodgers.

GREEN BAY, Wis. — This offseason for the Green Bay Packers has been unlike any other with Aaron Rodgers and the organization agreeing that this will be their last season together.

Some might think that now is the best time to bet on the Packers odds to win the Super Bowl; however, there are some facts to put together that would argue that the Packers will not be winning the Super Bowl.

Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Odds

  • Kansas City Chiefs +500
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
  • Buffalo Bills +1100
  • Green Bay Packers +1300
  • Baltimore Ravens +1400
  • Los Angeles Rams +1400
  • San Francisco 49ers +1400
  • Cleveland Browns +1600
  • Seattle Seahawks +2200
  • Dallas Cowboys +2800

Packers Lack Of Communication

Rodgers is the leader of this Packers team and has been the lead advocate for the Packers bringing in more help at the receiver position. The Packers let his request go in one ear and out the other and drafted a quarterback in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

They have not done their job on the free agency side of things either, signing no key free agents.

Tom Brady Vs. The Green Bay Packers

Even if the Packers were to find success this season and make a deep run in the playoffs, one way or another, they would still need to come face to face with Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Tom Brady has a rich history against the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers and if they do meet up at any point in the NFL Playoffs, it is not going to be an easy task for the Packers to overcome.

In eight games against the Packers, Brady holds a 6-2 record and has been very efficient. Completing 120 of 96 passes for a 61.2% completion rate with 12 touchdowns and just three interceptions.

Looking at the head-to-head between Brady and Rodgers, Brady holds the record at 2-1 and has also outplayed Rodgers overall. Across the three meetings, Brady has gone for 805 yards and five touchdowns while Rodgers has gone for 787 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions.

Brady and the Buccaneers got the best of the Packers last season having beaten them in the regular season 38-10 and again in the NFC Championship game where the Buccaneers went on to win the Super Bowl. All in all, this season for the Packers is shaping out to be one of their toughest ones yet.

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