You may have noticed. The Green Bay Packers have done nothing to improve their team this offseason. Oddsmakers have noticed as well, but they don’t care.
The Green Bay Packers are 12/1 to win Super Bowl LI. That gives them the second-best odds and we suspect those odds will only get better from here on out.
It’s never too soon to start thinking about next year’s Super Bowl, is it? The odds are already starting to come in and the Green Bay Packers are near the top.
The Super Bowl is right around the corner and everyone is jumping on the Carolina Panthers. Is that a wise move? Here are the pros and cons.
Apparently Vegas has finally tired of the Green Bay Packers’ bullshit. For only the third time all season, the Packers will go into a game as the underdog.
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.