- The Green Bay Packers are the fourth choice to win the Super Bowl with +1200 odds.
- Despite having the second-shortest odds of any NFC team, Green Bay is the third option to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.
- The Packers have -160 odds to win the NFC North.
GREEN BAY, Wisc. – The Green Bay Packers were in the headlines throughout the offseason as the Aaron Rodgers trade saga played out. With his official return to the team, the Packers are thought to be Super Bowl contenders.
Green Bay Packers 2020 Season
The Green Bay Packers compiled a 13-3 record in the 2020 season on the back of the MVP winner Aaron Rodgers. It marked the second straight season in which Green Bay went 13-3 and also the second consecutive year the team lost in the conference championship.
Green Bay wasn’t too active in free agency, but they added a few pieces here and there that should add some depth to the roster.
Packers Offseason Acquisitions
- Randall Cobb, WR
- De’Vondre Campbell, LB
- Dennis Kelly, OL
- Eric Stokes, CB
- Josh Myers, OL
- Amari Rodgers, WR
- Royce Newman, OL
The Packers' offense didn’t need much help as they were the NFL’s highest-scoring unit last season with 31.8 points per game. The defense was solid as well, allowing the ninth-fewest yards per game with 334.0
Packers 2021 Season Odds
The odds were moved, changed, taken down and added again on NFL betting sites multiple times throughout the offseason and still to this day don’t have a complete list of odds available.
However, the Pack is the fourth choice at +1200 to win the Super Bowl and the -160 favorite to win the NFC North.
Green Bay’s win total is set at 10.5, a mark they’ve hit twice in a row, with -120 odds on the Over. Also with a -300 line to make the playoffs, the Packers are favored to do something they’ve done in eight of Rodgers’ 11 seasons as a starter.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.