1. Aaron Rodgers will throw for 450+ yards
Some big games that are billed to be shootouts never materialize into high scoring affairs. This game isn’t going to fall in that trap.
Instead, look for both quarterbacks to light up the scoreboard on Thursday night. Murray is going to get his numbers in, but Rodgers will be the more dominant passer.
That’s why he’s a strong bet to eclipse 450 yards passing against the Arizona secondary. Green Bay will try to establish the ground game early, but they’ll realize that pssing is their route to victory soon enough. Don’t be surprised if Rodgers flirts with 50 passing attempts if the game stays close until late in the fourth quarter.
The end result will be a prolific passing performance for the future Hall-of-Famer. It should be just enough to get Green Bay a narrow victory when all is said and done. This game could certainly go either way, but Rodgers’ brilliance should give his team just enough to knock the Cardinals off their unbeaten pedastal.