Cardinals Looking To Snap Packers Undefeated ATS Away Record

  • The Arizona Cardinals are 6.5-point favorites over the Green Bay Packers.
  • The Green Bay Packers are undefeated against the spread on the road.
  • The Packers may be without Davante Adams and are without Allen Lazard who are on the COVID list.

PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers will open up Week 8 on Thursday Night Football. The Cardinals are going into the game as 6.5-point favorites, but the Packers have been one of the best teams against the spread this season.

However, Green Bay's offense will be missing at least one starter.

TNF Odds: Arizona Cardinals Vs. Green Bay Packers

  • Moneyline: Cardinals (-275) vs. Packers (+225)
  • Spread: Cardinals -6.5
  • Total: 51 Points

After originally opening up as 3-point underdogs, NFL betting sites have shifted the Packers line with the news that Allen Lazard will be out while star receiver, Davante Adams sits on the COVID list.

This news puts different streaks in jeopardy for the Packers. The main streak at risk is their six-straight games that they have been able to cover the spread since losing the season opener.
The Packers are also an undefeated 3-0 ATS as an away team this season and are 1-0 ATS when seen as a road underdog.

Banking The Cards ASAP

As for the Arizona Cardinals odds, they should be taken as soon as possible. Like the Packers, the Cardinals are one of the best teams against the spread this season at 6-1 and have covered by a league-leading average of 11.8 points.

With arguably the best receiver in the league, and the second receiving option both out, the Cardinals third-ranked pass defense (201 yapg) should have no problems keeping the Packers receiving core in check.

Getting in on the Cards as early as possible should be a given being that the line has already shifted 3.5 points. With the Cardinals receiving 54% of the handle and 52% of total bets, online betting sites could shift even further than 6.5 points.

Kick-off is slated for 8:20 p.m. EST on FOX and NFL Network.

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