3. Both Quarterbacks Throw Three Touchdowns
It is hard to find better quarterback play from both sides than this game. Rodgers is coming off a rough game against Brady and will now have to take on Watson. Expect the ball to be in the air a lot and both sides to throw a handful of touchdowns.
Watson has thrown 13 touchdowns this season and has multiple in each of the last four games. Rodgers also has 13 touchdown passes for the Packers. He did not throw one against Tampa Bay, but began the season with four straight games with two or more touchdowns. Coming off a clunker, Matt LaFleur and Rodgers will come up with a game plan to dominate the Texans’ defense. Green Bay’s defense continues to be average.
This will be a must see contest. It will be nothing short of entertaining when Rodgers and Watson take the field. When looking at the final box score, expect both quarterbacks to have at least three touchdowns.