NFL Pro Football 2015 Green Bay Packers Regular Season Win Odds

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The 2014 Green Bay Packers concluded the 2014 season with a record of 12-4. They were NFC North division champions. In the divisional round of the playoffs the team survived a battle with the Dallas Cowboys and came away with a 26-21 win by holding off a late rally by the Cowboys in very controversial style. Then in the NFC Championship Game the Packers dropped a difficult 28-22 road decision at Seattle in overtime. Green Bay failed to hold a 16-0 halftime lead late, as well as a 12 point lead in the final two plus minutes.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the Green Bay Packers lined to win 11 games with over the total favored by -130 odds and a bet on under the total of 11 wins to return +100 odds.

The 2015 regular season schedule for the Green Bay Packers include games against the NFC and AFC West. From the NFC West they draw Seattle and St Louis at home and go on the road to San Francisco and Arizona. Their AFC West schedule includes stops at Denver and Oakland with home dates to Kansas City and San Diego. As NFC North champion they face NFC East champion Dallas at home and NFC South champions Carolina on the road. The schedule makers were not very nice to the Packers by setting up two sets of back to back road games. They go to Carolina a week after they played at Denver and must travel to Arizona after playing at Oakland. They will host Chicago on Thanksgiving on a short week on Thursday after playing division rival Minnesota on the road the previous Sunday.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers played in every game as he had a healthy 2014. In 16 regular season games Rodgers hit on 65.6% of his throws for 4381 yards with 38 touchdowns and 5 interceptions. Their leading rusher Eddie Lacy also had good healthy year in 2014. He played in all 16 games and rushed for 11139 yards with 4.6 yards per carry average and nine touchdowns. Jordy Nelson caught 98 balls for 1519 yards with 13 touchdowns. Randall Cobb had 91 receptions for 1287 yards with 12 touchdowns.

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