- The Green Bay Packers have -140 odds to beat the Minnesota Vikings.
- The Packers opened up as 2-point favorites on the spread and have shifted to 2.5.
- The point total is set at 49 points.
MINNEAPOLIS – An NFC North matchup is in store for Week 11 between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings. The Packers have opened up as slight favorites on the early betting lines.
Green Bay Packers Vs. Minnesota Vikings
- Moneyline: Packers (-140) vs. Vikings (+120)
- Spread: Packers -2.5
- Total: 49 Points
How The Odds Opened
The Packers originally opened up as 2-point favorites on legal betting sites as the Packers are 8-2 while the Vikings are sitting behind at 4-5. On the moneyline, the Packers opened up with -135 odds while the Vikings opened with +115 odds.
Since then, the odds have slightly shifted with the public having a big influence on the NFL odds. On the spread, 83% of the bets and 90% of the betting handle have come on the Packers. On the moneyline, the Packers have taken in the majority of action as well with 66% of bets and 60% of the betting handle.
The Aaron Rodgers Effect
In 25 career games against the Minnesota Vikings, Aaron Rodgers has dominated. He has gone 15-9-1, winning three of his last four matchups.
Stat-wise, he has averaged 245.2 yards per game for 6,130 total passing yards at a 67.9 completion rate and a 108.5 QBR. However, he has really thrived when it comes to scoring against the Vikings having thrown for 50 touchdowns.
In two of the Vikings last three games, they allowed Dallas Cowboys backup QB, Cooper Rush to go for 325 yards and 2 touchdowns in a defeat. They also let up 266 yards and 3 touchdowns to Lamar Jackson in a loss as well, which bodes well for Rodgers.
Overall, Rodgers is primed to lead the Packers to a 9-2 record after Week 11 and have an impressive performance in doing so. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. EST and will be broadcasted on FOX.
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