Packers Super Bowl Odds Movement Offers Possible Hints to Aaron Rodgers’ Decision

Are odds researchers hinting that Aaron Rodgers could make the decision to leave the Green Bay Packers?

Seems like it certainly is, like the packers Super Bowl Odds at WynnBET Sportsbook increased from +1200 to +1500 in the past week. Rodgers has yet to make a decision on his future, but the trend of the odds is certainly not in Green Bay’s favor.

Green Bay now also available Super Bowl Odds with Denver BroncosA group is expected to go after Rodgers in a deal this season after hiring former Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett.

Rodgers and Packers had their best record in the NFL during the 2021 season, but they failed to win the playoffs, leaving the San Francisco 49ers upset in the split.

We can only read so much about the change in odds, but the more the Packers’ odds go down, the less likely it is that Rodgers will come back. Notably Green Bay open with odds +2000but it quickly goes to +1200 after that.

Last week, it was reported that the Packers did not have much faith in Jordan Love, and that Commercial values ​​around the league are at an all-time low. It’s a bad sign if Rodgers doesn’t return, as the Packers have to roll with Love if he doesn’t. If the team decides to go in a different direction, they will lose the opportunity to consider the player that was in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Rodgers’ decision will likely kickstart the quarterfinals this season, and his decision could shake more than Green Bay’s odds to win next season’s Super Bowl. Packers Super Bowl Odds Movement Offers Possible Hints to Aaron Rodgers’ Decision

John Verrall

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