Packers Super Bowl Odds Somehow Improve After Davante Adams Trade

In one of the most shocking deals in recent NFL history, the Packers sent all-star receiver and Aaron Rodgers favorite Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders for a bunch of draft picks.

This news came as a surprise to the packers just Rodgers has signed an extension and one can safely assume that means Adams will also stay. But it is reported that Adams dreamed of playing for the Raiders and turned down more money to go to Las Vegas.

Green Bay’s wide studio is now dangerously thin as Allan Lazard and Randall Cobb manipulate the depth chart. So what impact does such a big deal have on Packers Super Bowl Odds? Please check WynnBET heart out:

Believe it or not, Green Bay’s Super Bowl odds are real improve since the news. Back when the Rodgers expansion was first announced, the Packers went from +1400 to +1000.

But now, WynnBET Green Bay was listed at +700 to win the Super Bowl. That’s the fourth-lowest odds in the NFL and the second-lowest in the NFC, just behind Tampa Bay. Something is happening.

Honestly, I’m surprised, and you’d have to think another move is on the way. Perhaps the bettors know something that we don’t (probably) but for now it can be said that Green Bay is not done.

Stay tuned to BetSided as we bring you the latest on the Packers’ season and keep you updated on any urgent changes to their Super Bowl odds. Packers Super Bowl Odds Somehow Improve After Davante Adams Trade

John Verrall

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