Davante Adams and Aaron Jones

  • Davante Adams and Aaron Jones have (+150) odds to score over 24.5 touchdowns in the regular season for the Green Bay Packers.
  • Davante Adams’ touchdown total is set at 11.
  • Aaron Jones rushing touchdown total for the season is set at 9.

GREEN BAY, Wis. – It is no secret that the bulk of the scoring that is done for the Green Bay Packers is done by both Davante Adams and Aaron Jones. Both of these players lead the way each year for combined touchdowns scored and are not looking to slow down for the upcoming 2021-2022 NFL season.

Regulated sports betting sites not only have season totals for how many touchdowns both Adams and Jones will score this year, but they also offer prop bets for how many combined touchdowns they will have this season as a power duo.

Aaron Jones & Davante Adams To Score Over 24.5 Touchdowns

  • Yes +150

Sports bettors might think that this may not be the smartest bet to make, however, it should not be forgotten that both Jones and Adams are the most consistent touchdown scorers on this Packers offense. Davante Adams is coming off of an 18-touchdown season while Jones put up 11 total touchdowns last year.

Whether the ball is in the air or on the ground, one of them is bound to be the one spiking it into the endzone. Getting into their season totals, it may not appear as if they are prepared to go OVER 24.5 with Adams’ total listed at just 11 while Jones’s rushing touchdown total is set at nine.

However, the same reason that Aaron Rodgers is upset with the Packers is the same reason why they will hit the OVER. They have little to no depth when it comes to reliable scorers and playmakers aside from this duo.

Looking ahead of the 2021 season, the Packers have done nothing to add to that depth at all which is clearing the way for them to hit 24 or more touchdowns for a third straight season.

Backing up Aaron Jones’ case for these NFL odds, the team saw Jamaal Williams leave in free agency. Williams acted as the Packers’ primary receiving back, and with him gone now, it opens up more opportunity for Jones to score touchdowns with his passing game as well.

As for Adam’s argument to do his part with these odds, he is arguably the number one receiver in the entire NFL on a team that has no other receiver who has topped more than six touchdowns last season. Not to mention, he led the league in RedZone targets last year with 32 and was also more than 100 targets over the next receiver on the Packers.

Also in the passing game, Aaron Jones received more RedZone targets than any other Packers receiver with 10.

Due to the lack of depth elsewhere and their ability to score in different ways, this duo’s (+150) odds to hit the OVER should be considered a gift and some of the easiest money made this season.

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