Lions vs. Packers Monday Night Football Prop Bets: Bettors Expecting Big Games From Aaron Rodgers & Davante Adams

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A week after a disappointing performance all the way around from the Green Bay Packers offense, bettors are expecting a bounce back on Monday Night Football against the Detroit Lions.

The Packers are between 11.5- and 12-point favorites across the market with a total around 49 (track the latest Monday Night Football odds here).

With points expected to come from Green Bay — the team total is 31 at PointsBet — bettors are getting behind the Packers’ trio of stars to perform.

Lions vs. Packers Monday Night Football Prop Bets

According to data released by BetMGM, the three most-bet props on Monday night are on Davante Adams, Aaron Rodgers and Aaron Jones.

Adams is -175 to score the any touchdown during the game, but that number hasn’t scared bettors away as that’s the prop they’re hitting on the receiver.

Adams led the NFL with 18 touchdown catches a season ago.

Rodgers’ revenge game is a narrative floating around heading into Monday night, so it’s no surprise to see his prop of over 2.5 passing touchdowns (-105) being one of the night’s most popular plays.

He didn’t throw any in last week’s 38-3 loss to New Orleans.

In Week 1, the Lions allowed San Francisco 49ers backup running back Elijah Mitchell to run for 104 yards on 19 carries. What will they do against Aaron Jones?

Jones topping 100 yards on the ground is the third-most bet prop at BetMGM and a relative longshot at +325.

At PointsBet, Adams is +500 to get the first score of the game, and with 37% of First Touchdown Scorer bets coming in on him, it makes it the most bet play on the prop.

T.J. Hockenson and D’Andre Swift are the most popular Lions getting bet for touchdown props, getting 13%, combined, for first touchdown and 38% ,combined, for anytime touchdown.

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