Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, just saying goodbye to their week, hosted the Bears in an NFC North division competition. Earlier this week, BetSided editor Peter Dewey explained why he likes Bears +13, and earlier today I broke down three of my favorite backers for this game.
Of course, if you are looking for a payout with higher odds, then parlay is always an option and I am gearing up for this game.
Board games, especially in indie primetime games, are a lot of fun. Bettors can still enjoy the lure of placing small bets and winning big if all goes well, except for waiting through the whole medium. You can focus on one match and keep an eye out for your bets to succeed throughout the evening.
In WynnBET, you can build your own parlays in the same game with a wide selection of bets; from difference, total, difference and sum of alternatives, and some unique backing bets and promotions with multiple results. Most sportsbooks have you choose between a number, such as getting yards.
Here are my same game odds for Bears vs Packers, paying odds +1045.
Jones suffered knee pain about a month ago, so bye week should have given him time to recover. This is a huge number compared to the Bears that allow 120 yards of javelin per match. Whether it’s on the ground or in the air, I think Jones will find an end to this week as the Packers look to get him more involved in the game plan before they push the playoffs.
The Packers have been hot in the face of last week’s offensive behavior, having scored more than 30 points in their last two games. The Bears’ defense has just been exposed by the Cardinals, succumbing to 33. I think the Packers are still hot in this one, but they may not be starting to burn…
With Bears QB Justin Fields expected to return from injury, and with the Packers keen to keep Aaron Rodgers healthy, I see a heavy attack in this game. That would lead to a quick and low scoring first half. The Packers only scored a total of 4 TDs in the first quarter of this year, which is why I like the Bears here, too.
The Bears drop just over 207 yards total passes per game (sixth best in the NFL) and just 162.8 yards on average for wide receivers. Adams was held for 89 yards in the first game and because I see a heavy approach, I don’t see him surpassing this number tonight, although I can see him scoring a TD.
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