Rookie quarterback Josh Freeman had a big day as the Bucs beat the Packers in NFL lines. The Packers were 9.5 point favorites in NFL lines.
NFL betting odds had Freeman leading the Bucs to a big fourth quarter. Tampa Bay outscored the Packers 21-7 in the fourth quarter to win 38-28 over the Packers. The Bucs win in NFL betting odds breaks the league’s longest losing streak at 11 games. Freeman passed for 205 yards and three touchdowns, including a 7-yard throw to Sammie Stroughter with under five minutes left as NFL betting odds had it. "I felt really relaxed," said Freeman. Tampa Bay scored 21 unanswered points in the final 11:34 to get the win in NFL betting odds. NFL lines had this being the first win for head coach Raheem Morris. NFL lines had Freeman being the youngest starting quarterback ever for the Bucs. "I didn't get too high or two low," Freeman said, "I can't say I did anything spectacular. I just played within myself, and when we had opportunities I took them." Morris was very pleased with the NFL betting odds win and with Freeman’s play. "However you do it, it's impressive. His age really doesn't matter at this point. ... He's got to lead us to where we've got to go." Morris said.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 266 yards and two touchdowns for Green Bay but he also threw three interceptions as NFL betting odds showed. He was sacked six times which now raises Green Bay’s sacks allowed total to an NFL worst 37 as NFL betting odds stats have it. "It's pretty frustrating," Rodgers said. "I think our offense and special teams put our defense in a tough position."
It is the second straight NFL betting odds loss for the Packers since they feel to Minnesota last week. "It doesn't feel good. This one definitely hurt." head coach Mike McCarthy said, "I'm disappointed in the way we played. We have some recurring problems that we have not cleaned up yet." Things don’t get any easier for the Packers in NFL betting odds as next week they host Dallas. The Bucs have a difficult game as well as they are in Miami in NFL betting odds.