Cardinals vs. Buccaneers Betting Odds, Picks & Predictions
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- Our experts cover every actionable angle of the Arizona Cardinals at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, complete with odds and picks.
Cardinals at Buccaneers Odds, Picks & Predictions
- Odds: Buccaneers -4.5
- Over/Under: 52
- Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: FOX
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Arizona’s pass defense has struggled all season, currently ranked 28th in pass defense DVOA (per Football Outsiders). Patrick Peterson was supposed to provide help, but that has not been the case.
Since returning from his six game suspension, Peterson is only the 81st ranked cornerback per Pro Football Focus. He will likely shadow Evans, whose production puts him squarely in the argument as the NFL’s top wide receiver.
Evans is averaging 22 fantasy points per game, second among all wideouts. He ranks first in completed air yards and first in deep targets (PlayerProfiler). Always a mega-producer in receiving yards, Evans currently ranks second (842) while also ranking first overall in total target distance at the position.
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