Green Bay Packers Odds
Of all the 32 NFL franchises, only the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings are located further north than the Green Bay Packers. That means you’ll find dozens of cheeseheads and plenty of Brett Favre jerseys in Canadian bars on game day.
With private sportsbook apps now in Canada, you can now find Packers betting odds at home, at the bar, at the stadium or anywhere else.
What do you need to bet on the Packers at legal online sportsbooks in Canada? Where can you find Packers odds and what bets can you make? See below including the latest moneylines, point spreads, totals and Super Bowl odds for the Pack.
Today’s Packers odds: spreads, Super Bowl, props
See below for current Green Bay Packers odds at various legal online sportsbooks. This includes the game lines and Super Bowl odds. Click on any odds to head to the corresponding sportsbook to start a new account.
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Next up: NFC Divisional Round vs San Francisco 49ers
Betting Lines And Odds For Packers Vs. 49ers
|Favorite||Spread||Favorite Spread Odds||Underdog Spread Odds||Total||Over Total Odds||Under Total Odds|
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from Consensus as of January 22, 2022, 8:37 AM ET.
Packers Betting Trends
- Green Bay has played 17 games, with 12 wins against the spread.
- This season, the Packers have an against the spread record of 6-2 in their eight games as a favorite of 5.5 points or more.
- Green Bay has eclipsed the over/under in 47.1% of its opportunities this year (eight times over 17 games with a set point total).
Recent Meetings With The 49ers
|11/5/2020||49ers||Packers||Packers, -6||48.5||GB, 34-17|
Betting Insights For The 49ers Game
- Green Bay and its opponents have gone over the current 47-point total in nine of 17 games (52.9%) this season.
- San Francisco's games have gone over 47 points in 10 of 18 chances this season.
- The two teams combine to score 51.6 points per game, 4.6 more than the total in this contest.
- The 43.3 combined points per game that these two squads have allowed this season are 3.7 fewer than the 47 over/under in this contest.
- The average total in Packers games this season is 47.1, 0.1 points above Saturday's over/under of 47.
- In 2020, games involving the 49ers have averaged a total of 46.9 points, 0.1 fewer than this game's set over/under.
Packers Player Insights
- Aaron Rodgers leads Green Bay with 4,115 passing yards (242.1 ypg) on 366-of-531 passing with 37 touchdowns compared to four interceptions this season.
- The team's top rusher, A.J. Dillon, has carried the ball 187 times for 803 yards (47.2 per game), with five touchdowns this year. He's also caught 34 passes for 313 yards (18.4 per game) and two touchdowns.
- Davante Adams' 1,553 receiving yards (91.4 yards per game) leads all receivers on the team. He's been targeted 169 times and has totaled 123 catches and 11 touchdowns.
- Rashan Gary has collected 9.5 sacks to pace the team, while also picking up eight TFL and 46 tackles.
- De'Vondre Campbell, Green Bay's tackle leader, has 145 tackles, six TFL, two sacks, and two interceptions this year.
Green Bay Packers Injuries
|Player||Pos.||Injury||Practice Participation||Game Status||Status Date|
|Marcedes Lewis||TE||Rest (non-injury related)||-||questionable||1/22/2022|
Green Bay Packers 2021-2022 Schedule
|1||September 12, 2021||at New Orleans Saints||L, 38-3||FOX|
|2||September 20, 2021||vs Detroit Lions||W, 35-17||ESPN (MNF)|
|3||September 26, 2021||at San Francisco 49ers||W, 30-28||NBC (SNF)|
|4||October 3, 2021||vs Pittsburgh Steelers||W, 27-17||CBS|
|5||October 10, 2021||at Cincinnati Bengals||W, 25-22||FOX|
|6||October 17, 2021||at Chicago Bears||W, 24-14||FOX|
|7||October 24, 2021||vs Washington Football Team||W, 24-10||FOX|
|8||October 28, 2021||at Arizona Cardinals||W, 24-21||FOX (TNF)|
|9||November 7, 2021||at Kansas City Chiefs||L, 13-7||FOX|
|10||November 14, 2021||vs Seattle Seahawks||W, 17-0||CBS|
|11||November 21, 2021||at Minnesota Vikings||L, 34-31||FOX|
|12||November 28, 2021||vs Los Angeles Rams||W, 36-28||FOX|
|14||December 12, 2021||vs Chicago Bears||W, 45-30||NBC (SNF)|
|15||December 19, 2021||at Baltimore Ravens||W, 31-30||FOX|
|16||December 25, 2021||vs Cleveland Browns||W, 24-22||FOX|
|17||January 2, 2022||vs Minnesota Vikings||W, 37-10||NBC (SNF)|
|18||January 9, 2022||at Detroit Lions||L, 37-30||FOX|
|2||January 22, 2022||vs San Francisco 49ers||-||FOX|
What is the Packers’ point spread?
The point spread is a way that oddsmakers and sportsbooks are able to essentially even up a game between two teams. Sure, there’s always a favourite to win, but if you create a wager where the favourite has to win by at least a certain number of points, then there’s a much better chance that bets on the underdog will win. Here’s an example of what a point spread might look like at DraftKings Sportsbook in Canada:
|Green Bay Packers||-7.5 (-110)|
|Detroit Lions||+7.5 (-110)|
In this case, if you bet on the Packers, they would need to defeat the Lions by at least eight points, which is what the -7.5 indicates. If they cannot win by that much, then wagers on Detroit will win instead. On both sides of the bet, the odds are -110, which means a winning bet of $110 would get you $100 in profit. So, if you bet that much on Green Bay and the final was in the Packers’ favour by a score of 31-20, then your payout would be $210 — your original bet of $110 plus the $100 in winnings.
If you’re looking to place a point spread bet on the Packers, then make sure to review all of the odds in our custom feed above.
What is the Packers’ moneyline?
The moneyline bet is one of the easiest of all the bets to understand, especially for those who are new to the hobby of sports betting. In short, you have two teams playing each other, and you have to pick which one will win. Here’s an example of what you might see at Bally Bet Canada sportsbook:
|Green Bay Packers||-135|
We can see right away that the Bears and Packers will be playing. This also tells us which team is the favourite to win. In moneyline bets, it’s the team with negative odds, which in this case is -135 for the Packers. The underdog has positive odds, like Chicago’s +140.
If you are correct on your pick of which team is going to win, then your winnings will depend on how much you wagered and what the odds were at the time you placed your bet.
For example, if you chose the Packers and they beat the Bears, a bet of $135 would win a profit of $100. Of course, if you wagered $270, you would win $200, or if you wagered $67.50, you would win $50. With the Bears, meanwhile, a successful wager would pay a profit of $140 for every $100 you bet.
The odds for moneyline wagers do tend to shift, which is the case for every type of bet. As oddsmakers gather more information, injury news and weather forecasts, they may adjust the odds accordingly. You can check out our moneyline odds feed above to see the best lines currently available for the Packers.
What is the Packers’ over/under line?
Unlike the other bets we’ve discussed above, the over/under — aka the totals bet — doesn’t require you to pick which team is going to win or by how much. Instead, you are betting on the combined total score from the two teams. You might come across odds that look like this on the Unibet Sportsbook app in Canada:
|Green Bay Packers||Over 66.5 (-110)|
|Minnesota Vikings||Under 66.5 (-110)|
The oddsmakers in this example have set the line at 66.5 points. That means you can bet whether the Packers and Vikings will combine to score over or under that line. Again, it doesn’t matter who wins the game at all, just what the final combined score ends up being. If, for example, the game ends with a score of 38-28, the combined total would be 66 points — just under the predicted total.
Both sides of this bet carry -110 odds, which, as we discussed previously, would pay out $100 in winnings for every $110 you wager. You can find the odds for Packers over/under bets in our feed above.
When do the Packers play on Monday, Thursday or Sunday night?
Primetime football has a special place in the hearts of NFL fans. It spreads the schedule out a bit and brings you the potential for football betting on those nights.
The Packers tend to get a few primetime games on Monday, Thursday and Sunday nights because of their fan base and how well the team typically does. For this season, you can see when the Packers had a primetime game in the schedule table above. Additionally, check out our pages elsewhere on this site to learn more about Monday Night Football odds or Thursday Night Football odds.
Packers coaches and bench staff
The coaching staff can make or break a season for NFL teams. Here are the main members of the Packers’ current coaching staff:
- Head coach: Matt LaFleur
- Offensive coordinator: Nathaniel Hackett
- Defensive coordinator: Joe Barry
- Special teams coordinator: Maurice Drayton
The Packers have had a pretty select group of head coaches over the years. Below are the past six head coaches and the years they were at the helm in Green Bay:
Green Bay Packers home games
The Packers play at historic Lambeau Field in Green Bay:
- Address: 1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay, WI
- Owned by: City of Green Bay
- Capacity: 81,441
- Broke ground: Oct. 11, 1956
- Opened: Sept. 29, 1957
- Construction cost: $960,000 ($5.16 million in 2020 dollars) with a $295 million renovation in 2003 ($415 million in 2020 dollars)
- Former names: City Stadium (1957-64)
How to watch or listen to Packers games in Canada
For the Packers fans out there who can’t wait to watch the green and gold take the field, there are a few options for catching games in Canada. First and foremost, you can usually catch the games through your local cable service on ABC, CBS Sports, Fox or ESPN, or at least those providers airing on a Canadian channel like TSN, CTV or CTV2.
For those who don’t have those options, there is NFL Game Pass, which will allow you to watch nearly every game without blackouts. The games that do get blacked out are available after the regular broadcast has finished for those who still want to watch. Additionally, Canadians can also use DAZN, which offers a free trial and access to nearly all of the Green Bay Packer games.
For those who would rather listen to the games, you can stream live audio through Game Pass, if that’s the route you choose to go, or you can use services like TuneIn and Westwood One to find a streaming channel carrying the games. SiriusXM also has packages available that will allow you to listen to Packers games.
Packers facts and trivia
- The Green Bay Packers originally played as the Indian Packers, with the original team consisting of workers at the Indian Packing Co. When Acme Packing bought that company, the team name changed to the Acme Packers before shifting to use the city name.
- Aaron Rodgers holds the Green Bay record for most passing yards in a single season. He threw for 4,643 yards in 2011, breaking the previous mark of 4,458 yards by Lynn Dickey.
- Jim Taylor, a fullback, was the first Packers player to rush for more than 8,000 yards during his career. He was a second-round draft pick in 1958 and went on to gain 8,207 rushing yards in nine seasons and score 81 touchdowns. He was the NFL Player of the Year in 1962 and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1976.
- The first Green Bay Packers draftee was Russ Letlow, a guard from the University of San Francisco. This was in the first NFL Draft, which took place on Feb. 8, 1936. He went on to play in 71 games for the Packers and was inducted into the team’s hall of fame in 1972.
- From 1919 to 1949, the Green Bay Packers had just one head coach: Earl “Curly” Lambeau. He led the team to a 212-106-21 record with six championships during his time on the sidelines. He also played halfback for the team until 1929.
- The current wait time for season tickets is an estimated 40 years. There are over 83,000 names on the waiting list.
- Unlike other major professional sports teams, the Green Bay Packers are owned by fans. There are more than 360,000 stockholders who have over 5 million shares of the organization.
- Green Bay is the smallest city to host an NFL team. Los Angeles has two NFL teams and a population of 3.9 million people. Green Bay? It’s at 107,000 residents. You could get 36 cities the size of Green Bay if you were to divide the population of L.A.
- The Lambeau Leap, a celebration after the Packers score a touchdown on their home field, was started in 1993 by LeRoy Butler.
- The Green Bay Packers have no official cheerleaders and use mostly college squads for their home games. However, Green Bay was actually the first NFL team to have its own cheerleading squad. From 1961 to 1972, the Packers were cheered on by the Golden Girls.
Getting Packers tickets is easier said than done, as home games usually sell out as soon as any tickets become available. In 2020, the average price to purchase a Green Bay Packers home game ticket was $287. That is a jump of nearly $60 over the 2019 and 2018 average of $229.
Who owns the Packers?
The Green Bay Packers are the only NFL franchise that is owned by its fans. The organization has shares that members of the public can buy, and the current owners number more than 360,000 shareholders. As of 2020, the Packers had sold more than 5 million shares.
Green Bay Packers and gambling partnerships
The Green Bay Packers have a long-standing relationship with the Oneida Nation spanning over two decades. Prior to the NFL approving casino partnerships, the Packers had already worked with the Oneidas, including the sponsorship of one of the entrances to Lambeau Field, known as the Oneida Nation Gate, located on the east side of the facility.
The Packers and the Oneida Nation announced a casino partnership following the NFL approval for teams to do so.
Greatest Packers comeback
With over 100 years of football games to draw from, it is easy to find some impressive comebacks that the Packers have been involved in. But which one is the greatest? While opinions will no doubt differ on that subject, one of the greatest comebacks of all time for Green Bay came in 1982 against the Los Angeles Rams. It was the season-opening game, and the Packers found themselves trailing at halftime, 23-0. Packers quarterback Lynn Dickey, one of the all-time greats for the organization, had thrown three picks in the first half.
Dickey turned his performance around in the second half, throwing for three touchdown passes while running back Eddie Lee Ivery picked up two more scores on 109 yards rushing to get the Packers rolling toward victory.
The crowd at Milwaukee County Stadium was roaring as linebackers George Cumby and John Anderson each snagged fourth-quarter interceptions to keep the Rams from finding paydirt in the second half. In the end, the Green Bay squad ended up winning 35-23, putting up 35 unanswered points in the second half of the game.