NFL Pro Football 2017 Green Bay Packers Regular Season Win Odds Preview

Share |

The Green Bay Packers faced adversity during much of their 2016 campaign. Through the first ten weeks of the season the team was 4-6 and in danger of missing the playoffs. Following their loss to the Washington Redskins on a Sunday night 42-24, Aaron Rodgers predicted the Packers would win their final six games and they did just that to win the NFC North division at 10-6. At the time the Packers had dropped four straight and were decimated by injuries to their defense. They got healthy and rallied late. In the playoffs the Packers beat the Giants 38-13 at home they went on the road in the NFC Divisional Round and beat Dallas 34-31. Green Bay fell at Atlanta in the NFC Championship Game 33-21 as a 6 ½ point underdog.

Bet the NFL at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where bettors can now claim 100% Bonus up to $1000 and look up the latest odds up until game times. Sign up today and get into the excitement of watching and wagering on NFL Pro Football all the way to the Super Bowl in February of 2018!

The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Green Bay Packers lined at 10 ½ wins with under favored by -120 odds and over the total returning -110 odds.

The goal for the Packers in 2017 is to earn the best record in the NFC to ensure they have home field advantage for the playoffs up to the conference championship game. That was the feel for Green Bay following their disappointing playoff loss at Atlanta. The Packers faced a gauntlet having to meet the 11 win New York Giants and 13 win Dallas Cowboys prior to their trip to the Falcons. With injuries to their secondary early in the season the Packers defense suffered and finished 31st in the league defending the pass allowing 269 yards per game. Head coach Mike McCarthy is in his 12th year and has led the team to the playoffs in eight straight seasons. McCarthy has his work cut out for him in 2017 to fix the defense and replace three starters from his offensive line. There is pressure to get two Super Bowls for Aaron Rodgers. Their first four picks in the draft addressed their needs on the defensive side of the ball.

Comments are closed.