What Are The Green Bay Packers Odds To Win Super Bowl 58?

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The Green Bay Packers Super Bowl 58 odds at +2500 are tied for their second-longest opening SB odds since way back in 2009. It is also their first time opening the season over +2000 odds in the last three seasons. There are some things to point out though that should ease the odds of Packers winning Super Bowl LVIII. The last three times that they went into a season with +2000 Super Bowl odds or more, they’ve gone to the playoffs all three times. The last two times though, they’ve gone on to the NFC Championship game.

In addition to the Packers Super Bowl LVIII betting odds, you can bet on any of their surrounding odds as well such as their odds to win the NFC North championship, conference championship odds, player odds, and team props amongst many others offered at Packers SB 58 betting sites taking bettors from the US. You’ll also find other information on where to bet on the Packers Super Bowl odds as well.

  • Luke Van Ness was taken with the Packers 13th pick

Packers Playoff Record By Round

  • Overall: 37-26
  • Wild Card: 11-5
  • Divisional Round: 11-12
  • Conference Championship: 5-6
  • Super Bowl: 4-1

Green Bay Packers Playoff History

Playoff Appearances
1936, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1944, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1972, 1982, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021
Division Championships
1936, 1938, 1939, 1944, 1967, 1972, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021
Conference Championships
1960, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1996, 1997, 2010
Super Bowl Victories
1966 (I), 1967 (II), 1996 (XXXI), 2010 (XLV)
Super Bowl Losses
1998 (XXXIII)
Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks
Bart Starr, Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers
Super Bowl Winning Coaches
Vince Lombardi, Mike Holmgren, Mike McCarthy
Super Bowl MVPs
Bart Starr (I, II), Desmond Howard (XXXI), Aaron Rodgers (XLV)
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What Are The Green Bay Packers Odds To Win The NFC Championship?

The Green Bay Packers online NFC Championship odds came into the season at +1250 making it is just the second time since 2010 that their preseason conference title odds come in at over +1000. While they failed to win an NFC Championship coming out of those longer odds, they did make it to the 2020 NFC title game with their +1500 preseason odds. The Packers have had plenty of chances to win the NFC Championship since 2014 with four appearances in the game where they were all losses.

What Are The Green Bay Packers Odds To Win The NFC North?

The Packers have absolutely ruled the NFC North division with 12 division championships since the 2002 season with nine of them coming at even odds or better. The times that they won the NFC North title at over even odds all came with +200 odds or worse with their highest being +600 NFC North division odds. They’ll have a chance to cash again with longer odds being that their preseason division odds are +450 which are the longest in the NFC North.

2024 Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Odds

2023-24 Packers Player Prop Bets

Super Bowl Betting Props

Betting on player prop Packers Super Bowl odds comes with plenty of upside with the different betting types you have to choose from. One of the most popular player prop odds to bet on are season totals for the different players on their team. These allow you to bet on if a player will go over or under in a specific stat category such as passing yards, receptions, interceptions, and more.

Betting On Team Props For The Green Bay Packers

Super Bowl LVIII game prop odds are another popular bet to make at Packers SB 58 betting sites every year with several to choose from. While you’ll be able to bet on Packers game props every week throughout the year, there are also two main season-long props such as their odds to make or miss the playoffs and their win total odds for the regular season. They have been favored to go over their win total in the last four seasons and have done it three times. They have also cashed their odds to make the playoffs in the same three seasons the last four years.

Green Bay Packers Win Total

Green Bay Packers Odds To Make Playoffs

Mobile Betting On The Green Bay Packers

Mobile Super Bowl sportsbooks are a fast-growing market in the sports betting industry and anyone looking to bet on the Packers odds to win Super Bowl 58 are beginning to realize that. Bettors can place bets on the Packers from just about anywhere they can think of whether it is in the comfort of their own home, a sports bar, or even at Lambeau Field cheering them on from any smartphone or device that has access to the internet. All of the Packers Super Bowl 58 odds that you could think of are available right from the palm of your hand.

Green Bay Packers Odds History

Year Super Bowl Odds NFC Odds NFC North Odds Odds To Make The Playoffs
2023 +2500 +1275 +375 +180 (TBD)
2022 +1100 +500 -185 -450 (Miss)
2021 +1400 +650 -165 -275 (Make)
2020 +3000 +1500 +200 -130 (Make)
2019 +2000 +900 +225 -110 (Make)
2018 +1200 +600 +170 -180 (Miss)
2017 +800 +350 -225 -340 (Miss)
2016 +800 +400 -200 -365 (Make)
2015 +600 +300 -300 -550 (Make)
2014 +1000 +500 -175 -250 (Make)

Green Bay Packers ATS Records, O/U Records

Year: ATS Records: O/U Records:
2023 TBD TBD
2022 8-9 8-9
2021 12-6 8-10
2020 11-7 11-7
2019 11-7 8-10
2018 6-9-1 8-8
2017 7-9 11-5
2016 11-7-1 13-6
2015 11-7 6-12
2014 10-7-1 12-6

Green Bay Packers Playoff History

The Green Bay Packers are the oldest NFL team in the league as they were established in 1919. Since they were established, they have really made their mark on postseason football as they have 34 playoff appearances to their name, 20 division championships, 9 conference championships and 4 Super Bowl wins.

Packers Playoff Appearances

The Packers have made the playoffs a total of 34 times since their inaugural season with their first playoff appearance coming in 1936 where they were coached by Curly Lambeau. From 1936 until 1970, the Packers only made the playoffs 11 times and had several different coaches including Gene Rozani, Ray McLean and most notably Vince Lombardi. From 1970 to the year 2000 the Packers eight more playoff appearances. They really hit the ground running, however, after 2000 as they have made the playoffs 15 times since then.

Packers Division Championships

Of their 34 playoff berths, 21 of them have seen divisional championships. Prior to the year 2000, the Packers had only won nine division championships since 1936. After 2000, however, they took over the division with 11 division championships under Mike Sherman, Mike McCarthy, and Matt LaFleur. LaFleur, who is their current coach, has led them to three straight in 2019, 2020, and 2021.

Packers Conference Championships

Many would think that with all of the divisional championships the Packers have that their conference titles would be similar. That is not that case as they have just nine conference titles which included just one in the 2000s and 2010s combined. The Packers made their mark in the conference in the 60s where they won six conference titles under nonother than Vince Lombardi. In the 90s they won in 1996 and 1997 under Mike Holmgren with Farve at quarterback.

Packers Super Bowl Victories

The Green Bay Packers are the winners of four Super Bowls since they became a franchise in the NFL. Their Super Bowl winning coaches are Vince Lombardi who won two of them, Mike Holmgren with one and Mike McCarthy with one.

The Packers were the winners of the first Super Bowl back in 1967 where they defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10. The Packers were seen as 14-point favorites to win the game and did just that as they won by 15 points. Bart Starr was named the MVP of the first Super Bowl after he put up 250 passing yards and two touchdowns.

Their second Super Bowl came just one year later for Super Bowl II where they took down the Oakland Raiders 33-14. There was a 13.5-point spread in the Packers favor in which they clearly covered it as they won by 19 points. Bart Starr was named the MVP once again here as well after putting up 208 yards and two touchdowns.

Green Bay’s third Super Bowl win came in the 90s in 1996 where they took down the New England Patriots with a finals score of 35-21. The Packers were seen as the favorites going into the game by a whopping 14-points and ended up doing just that as they pushed the spread winning by 14-points. The Super Bowl MVP here was Desmond Howard who acted as the kick returner who returned four kicks for 154 yards and a touchdown.

Their final and most recent Super Bowl came in 2010 when they faced off against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Green Bay was favored to win by just three points and ended up winning by six with a finals score of 31-25. Aaron Rodgers was named the MVP after a spectacular 304 yard and three touchdown performance which did not have any interceptions either.

With Green Bay taking a step back and entering a slight rebuild, it makes sense as to why Packers SB 58 betting sites accepting US players opened their odds where they did. The Packers Super Bowl 58 odds have now opened above +2000 in three of the last six seasons.

The Green Bay Packers’ History Of Playoff Comebacks

The largest playoff deficit the Packers have ever overcome took place on January 12, 2008, when the Packers completed a 14 point comeback against the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Divisional Round. The Seahawks took a two touchdown lead early in the first quarter after a Shaun Alexander touchdown skamper and a Matt Hasselbeck touchdown pass to Bobby Engram; however, a 15 yard passing touchdown from Brett Favre to Greg Jennings began a run that saw the Packers outscore the Seahawks 35-6. Favre’s second touchdown pass to Jennings with 13:22 remaining in the first half gave the Packers the lead and they never looked back, winning the game 42-20 to advance to the NFC Championship.