Updated Seahawks vs. Packers Betting Odds: Spread, Line & Over/Under for This NFL Divisional Round Matchup
Getty Images. Pictured: Russell Wilson, Aaron Rodgers
- Shortly after the betting odds opened for the NFL Divisional Round matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers they were on the move.
- The over/under opened as high as 47.5 around the market, but the updated line has settled lower than that.
- The spread, meanwhile, has taken on two-sided action after opening at Packers -4.5. Below is the updated spread, moneyline and over/under for Seahawks-Packers
Updated Seahawks vs. Packers Betting Odds: NFL Divisional Round
- Seahawks Spread: +4
- Packers Spread: -4
- Seahawks Moneyline: +166
- Packers Moneyline: -194
- Over/Under: 46
- Kickoff: Sunday, Jan. 12 at 6:40 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: FOX
Odds as of Sunday evening and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500. NJ, PA, IN and WV only.
Seahawks-Packers Projected Odds
Sean Koerner, The Action Network’s director of predictive analytics, uses his NFL Power Ratings to project odds for this matchup.
- Spread: Packers -3.5
- Over/under: 44.5
Seahawks’ Path to Divisional Round
- Straight-Up Record: 11-5
- Against the Spread Record: 8-7-1
- Over/Under Record: 9-7
The Seahawks were one yard away from securing the NFC’s 3-seed, falling just short of the goal line on the final play of their Week 17 loss to San Francisco.
But the bracket is shaking out in their favor.
Thanks to the 6-seeded Vikings upsetting the 3-seeded Saints, the Seahawks will prolong a potential rematch with the the 1-seeded 49ers, instead drawing the Packers in the Divisional Round.
Russell Wilson is 4-3 against Aaron Rodgers, including a 2014 NFC title game win.
Packers’ Path to Divisional Round
- Straight-Up Record: 13-3
- Against the Spread Record: 10-6
- Over/Under Record: 6-10
With the top of the NFC bracket wide open heading into Week 17, the Packers managed to secure a first-round bye with a narrow win over Detroit. Now they’ll open the postseason with a matchup against the Seahawks.
Seattle ended Green Bay’s 2014 playoff run in the NFC title game, when the Packers forced overtime with a game-tying field goal in the final 20 seconds of regulation before eventually losing on the Seahawks’ opening touchdown drive.