Despite the loss of Jordy Nelson, the Green Bay Packers have remained favorites of oddsmakers and bettors alike. It’s easy to see why. Their three clear advantages.
After beating the Seattle Seahawks, the Green Bay Packers became the overwhelming favorite to win the NFC. They’re also the Super Bowl fave across the board.
The early lines for week 2 are out and the Green Bay Packers are only three-point favorites over the Seattle Seahawks, who appear to be in complete disarray.
The Green Bay Packers over/under win total for 2015 is 11. There’s no way they don’t win at least 12 games this season, right? There are some scenarios.
The oddsmakers are not nearly as concerned about the loss of Jordy Nelson as you and I are. As far as the fate of the Packers goes, they remain optimistic.
Jake Ryan for defensive rookie of the year? Randall Cobb for most touchdowns? Those are actually things you can bet on. Here are the Green Bay Packers prop bets.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been installed as the favorite for the 2015 NFL MVP. If he wins, that puts him in Brett Favre’s company.
The Green Bay Packers have leapfrogged the Seattle Seahawks and now have the best odds to win Super Bowl 50. Gamblers are rushing to bet on the Pack.
The Green Bay Packers now share the top spot to win Super Bowl 50. The Packers are even with the Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks, according to oddsmakers.
The Green Bay Packers face the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in week 1. It’s only June, but the Packers are already favored by 5.5 points.
The post-NFL Draft NFL odds are out and the Green Bay Packers are 7/1 to win Super Bowl 50. It’s also already been conceded that they’ll win the NFC North.
The Super Bowl just ended, so naturally there are already odds for Super Bowl 50. The Green Bay Packers have the second-best odds of making it to the next one.
The Green Bay Packers have been installed at 12-1 to win Super Bowl XLIX. Yes, that’s next season’s Super Bowl. Those odds are the second best of the bunch.
It appears the Green Bay Packers dramatically helped out two entities last weekend – the Arizona Cardinals, whom they lost a crushing 51-45 overtime contest to, and the Las Vegas sports books. Not surprisingly, bettors were going big on the Packers, who had beaten the Cardinals 33-7 to end the regular season. The Cardinals opened […]