Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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It will be an NFC North battle on Monday Night Football as the Green Bay Packers will host the Detroit Lions on November 6th. The Packers and Lions get things started from Green Bay at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Detroit Lions favored by -2 points with the total set at 43 points.

Green Bay enters play with a mark of 4-3. They will be playing their second game of the season without starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers who has been sidelined for the remainder of the season with an injury. The Packers fate this season rests on the shoulders of backup quarterback Brett Hundley. Last week in the Packers loss at home to New Orleans Huntley completed less than half of his passes for only 87 yards and a touchdown. Packers head coach Mike McCarthy put the blame on that performance on himself saying he did not properly prepare Hundley or call the right plays. Green Bay will be coming off the bye week giving McCarthy plenty of time to try and get his young quarterback ready for this key divisional battle. A bright spot for Green Bay in the loss is that they got something from their run game as Aaron Jones broke a 46 yard touchdown run. He finished the game with 131 yards. Packers are looking to break a two game losing streak.

The Detroit Lions are 3-4 on the season and have lost three straight games. After a 52-38 road defeat at New Orleans the Lions hit the bye week. They hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night football and were defeated 20-15. Detroit was frustrated inside the red zone in defeat. They were forced to kick five field goals as they go 0 of 5 inside the red zone. It was a painful performance as the Lions were able to move the football 482 yards on the Pittsburgh defense. Matthew Stafford threw for 423 yards but could not engineer a touchdown drive.

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