NFL betting odds this preseason on Green Bay will be on a team that suffered a steep decline against the NFL betting lines in 2008 after trading Brett Favre. There was a noticeable drop from 2007 when Favre quarterbacked the Packers into the NFC championship game where they lost in overtime at home against the eventual champion New York Giants. Green Bay had major drops against the NFL betting odds last year with special teams and defense being major problem areas.
This is now general manager Ted Thompson’s team to face the NFL betting lines and he and coach Mike McCarthy will be given no more grace. Green Bay therefore may want to establish a new tone and attitude against the NFL betting odds for preseason.
The Packers open against the preseason NFL betting odds on Saturday, August 15 at home against the Cleveland Browns. This could be quite a challenge as the Browns will enter action against the preseason NFL betting odds with new coach Eric Mangini as they also try and establish positive momentum.
Green Bay next hosts the Buffalo Bills on Saturday, August 22 in their second straight home game against the NFL betting odds. It’s hard to imagine the Packers losing both of their preseason home games against the NFL betting odds so if they lost the opener they may be a good bet here.
In week 3 against the preseason NFL betting odds Green Bay will travel to face the Arizona Cardinals on Friday, August 28. The Packers may be a decent value here as the Cardinals will likely be playing a lot of backups.
The Packers end preseason on Thursday, September 3 at Tennessee against the Titans who are an established playoff contender and will have little to play for in this one. Green Bay may make for a solid value as they’ll want positive vibes for the regular season.
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