Green Bay Packers versus Seattle Seahawks NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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A brand new regular season has arrived in 2014 as the Green Bay Packers are sent packing in a hostile environment as they face the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks. The Packers and Seahawks will get things started in Seattle at 8:30PM Eastern Time and NBC 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 home team Seattle Seahawks the -6 point wagering favorite with an over under line set at 46 points. Those who play on Seattle on the money line will lay -260 odds with the return on Green Bay at +220 odds on the money line.

These two teams met in prime time on Monday night football in Seattle the last time Green Bay and Seattle went head to head. The Seahawks got the victory winning 14-12 and were a +3 point underdog in the game. That was the period of time when the referees were on strike and replacement refs were working the game. The replacements blew a call that cost the Packers the win as a Golden Tate 24 yard touchdown reception as time expired was allowed. Replays showed obvious offensive pass interference by Tate as he clearly pushed off a defender to get separation to make the game winning reception. The catch was in heavy question as it appeared that M.D Jennings made a clear interception. In the 2013 season the Green Bay Packers took advantage of a Detroit Lions late season collapse as the Packers were crowned NFC North division champions with a record of 8-7-1. Starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers was sidelined for seven games but returned in week 17 to lead the team to a playoff clinching 33-28 road win at Chicago. Seattle suffered just three losses last regular season with one home loss in a 17-10 defeat in week sixteen to the Arizona Cardinals as a -8 point favorite. The two road losses came at Indianapolis and San Francisco. After a brief training camp holdout the team welcomes back running back Marshawn Lynch to the backfield. Russell Wilson in 2014 completed 63% of his throws with 26 touchdowns and 9 picks.

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