Top Page

Green Bay Packers


Exclusive bonus from 50% up to $250

The Green Bay Packers were listed as the +550 favorite on the odds to win the Super Bowl heading into Week 1 of the season, and after they knocked off the Chicago Bears by a 31-23 score on the road they moved up slightly to +500 on those championship betting futures. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed an efficient 18 of his 23 pass attempts for 189 yards in his team's win over the Bears, connecting on three touchdown strikes and avoiding any interceptions in the contest. Eddie Lacy ran for 85 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries in the win, while James Jones had a pair of touchdown catches on the day.Green Bay now heads back home to face the team sitting just behind them on the updated Super Bowl betting lines, although at slightly diminished odds. The Seattle Seahawks were sitting at +650 on the odds to win Super Bowl 50 heading into Week 1, but after getting bounced 34-31 in overtime by the St. Louis Rams they've slipped to +700 on that list.That has the Seahawks tied with the New England Patriots on the latest Super Bowl odds, with Tom Brady and company rolling to a 28-21 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Gillette Stadium in their opener. That performance boosted them from +900 on the NFL futures list.The Indianapolis Colts, meanwhile, fell from +850 to +1200 on the Super Bowl 50 odds after they lost 27-14 to the Bills in Buffalo in Week 1, as Andrew Luck completed only 26 of his 49 pass attempts for 243 yards with two touchdowns but two interceptions on the day. The Colts also now trail the rival Patriots on the odds to win the AFC Championship Game this season.The Philadelphia Eagles had slipped on the Super Bowl 50 odds from +850 to +900 heading into their Week 1 matchup on Monday night, while the Denver Broncos stayed steady at +1400 on the list after they pulled out a 19-13 win at home over the Baltimore Ravens in their opener. Peyton Manning threw for just 175 yards with no touchdowns and one interception.And the Dallas Cowboys also remained steady at +1400 on the Super Bowl 50 odds after they beat the rival New York Giants 27-26 on Sunday night in Week 1. The Cowboys, however, lost star wide receiver Dez Bryant for at least a month with a fracture in his foot.