Detroit Lions versus Green Bay Packers NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Sunday Night Football will be an NFC North division clash as the 4-8 Detroit Lions look to shake off a four game losing streak as they take on the 8-4 Green Bay Packers on December 9th. The Lions and Packers will begin this pro football game from Green Bay at 8:20PM Eastern Time with NBC providing the national TV coverage.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, were the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team Green Bay Packers favored by -7 points with an over under line of 51 points A money line wager on the favored by Green Bay Packers brings back -300 odds. Bettors who believe that the Detroit Lions can travel Green Bay and pull out a straight up win can take back +250 odds for their money line wager.

The Detroit Lions have seen their playoffs hopes dashed over the past four weeks as the team has lost four straight games. The play of the defense in this losing streak has been the Lions downfall. They gave up an average of nearly 42 points per game in those four losses. The Lions and Packers met a few weeks back and it was Green Bay with the come from behind 24-20 road win as a -3 point road favorite. The Lions moved the ball effectively on the Packers defense as they rushed for 110 yards and throw for 252 yards. The Green Bay Packers are in the middle of a tight NFC north division race with the Chicago Bears as both teams are 8-4 with four games left remaining in the schedule. Green Bay is 5-1 straight up on their home field this season with their only loss coming in September against San Francisco. The Packers are not putting up those explosives numbers we have grown accustomed to in the past from this offense. The Packers have been hit with injuries to their receiver position as Jordy Nelson and Donald Driver have been banged up this year. Nelson on the injury report has been listed as doubtful with a hamstring injury and Driver is questionable with a thumb injury.

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