Proposed Packer Aaron Rodgers Super Bowl Odds To Trade

The Green Bay Packers had their best record in the NFL during the 2021 season, but they failed to win the knockouts, annoyed by the San Francisco 49ers within the division.

Full-back Aaron Rodgers narrowly missed playing for Green Bay in 2021, and now his future with the team is at hand. However, when looking at Super Bowl Odds 2023 at WynnBET Sportsbookit seems the odds researchers don’t expect Rodgers to play at Green Bay next season.

The packhouse is the way down at +2000 to win the Super Bowl, while the Denver Broncos, one of the top Rodgers claimants through the trade, was at +1500. That’s not ideal for Packers fans.

Earlier this week I explained why you shouldn’t rush bet on the Broncos until anything official, but the team’s decision hires former Packers attack coordinator Nathaniel Hackett as their head coach is sure Vegas is expecting Rodgers to be elsewhere in 2022.

Rodgers’ possible departure isn’t the only thing affecting the Packers’ Super Bowl odds, as Davante Adams is set to be a freelance agent and the team is in a predicament with the salary cap falling into the season.

Rodgers has won consecutive MVP awards, but if he wants to leave Green Bay and bets think he does, it doesn’t look like the Packers will be the top contenders to win the championship. Super Bowl.

Jordan Love, the team’s first player in the 2020 NFL Draft, will be next to feature in Green Bay.

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John Verrall

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