4. De’Vondre Campbell will get 15+ tackles
The Packers’ defense didn’t play well as a unit last week, but they can’t fault the efforts of Campbell in the middle of their linebacking corps. He paced his side with 10 tackles and a sack against Baltimore last week.
Campbell should expect to see just as much action again this week. The Browns will try to grind the Green Bay defense up with their two-headed rushing attack of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. That will require the Packers’ linebackers to do yeoman’s work to keep the Browns’ offense under wraps.
Campbell needs to be a star in the middle if Green Bay’s going to play well. He’s not a dynamic playmaker but he is a prolific tackler. Racking up at least 15 total stops is essential for Campbell if his team is going to earn another big win at home.
Campbell isn’t going to win this game by himself, but he needs to be stellar to prevent it from developing into an absolute shootout. Expect the middle linebacker to be very busy against Cleveland’s versatile rushing attack.