I'm Matt Williamson with yard barker here to talk about the Green Bay Packers going to Indianapolis to take on the Colts.
Both these teams lead their divisions, and Green Bay has outscored their opponents this year by 53 points.
But the Coulter plus 65 when Green Bay is the ball, it will really be strength versus strength.
2 yards per play on offense, is amongst the very best in the league, but the Colts defense is the best in the league.
On the yards per play basis, Onley two teams were producing more points per game than the Packers.
The Colts defense, though, is fourth in points per game allowed.
The Packers red zone offense has also been excellent to Aaron.
Rodgers is tearing it up in the red zone.
Davante Adams has been the NFL's best wide receiver this year, something that could and should continue in this game.
But we're not quite certain about his health at this point, So that's something to really watch.
And my prediction is, frankly, would change, probably if Adams were in or out of this game.
Um, only the Colts and Steelers are allowing fewer sacks per game than Green Bay.
Just one defense has created fewer turnovers in Green Bay, though, but only the Titans have given the ball away less than the Packers on offense.
And Green Bay leads the NFL and time of possession.
Rogers is killing it in crucial situations.
Red zone, third downs in particular.
Wow, Philip Rivers has, frankly been the total opposite in those critical situations.
They need to take it, take things off.
Um, the rookie Michael Pittman's role in this in this offense is really growing, and the culture using him or out of the slot and featuring him in a wider variety of ways.
He looks like they're best receiver right now.
Pittman has star potential, but his fellow rookie Jonathan Taylor has really been struggling this season is, frankly, losing his job is the cold stop running back? No team is giving a fewer sacks per game than the Colts, but this is one of the NFL's very worst offenses on third downs.
Like I mentioned, Rivers is struggling in critical areas.
Thes air two good teams, though, but the quarterback advantage land squarely with the Packers.
Assuming Adams plays, I like the Packers, 32 24.
I am at Williamson with yard Barker.