Seahawks vs. Packers Odds Tracker: Books Aligned on Spread & Over/Under for This NFL Divisional Round Matchup

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Updated Seahawks vs. Packers Odds

  • Spread: Packers -4
  • Over/Under: 46.5
  • Kickoff: Sunday at 6:40 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: FOX

Odds as of Wednesday and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500. NJ, PA, IN and WV only.

The 5-seeded Seattle Seahawks and 2-seeded Green Bay Packers face off in an NFC Divisional Round showdown on Sunday. In the meantime, we’ll be tracking how the betting odds shift throughout the week, including where to find the best lines.

Find the latest updates below.

Seahawks-Packers Odds Tracker

Wednesday Evening

The five books we’re tracking are nearly fully aligned on the spread and over/under — Packers -4 and 47 — with the exception of one book that’s offering the total at 46.5.

Here are the best lines as of writing:

Wednesday Morning

The spread 4-point spread is holding steady across the five sportsbooks we’re tracking. The over/under, however, has risen from 46 to 46.5-47 across the market despite a vast majority of bets and money coming in on the under.

If you’re shopping for the best lines, here’s a quick rundown of your options as of writing:

Tuesday Morning

After opening as 4.5-point favorites on Sunday, the Packers are down to -4 across the market. The over/under also quickly dipped from 47.5 to 46.

Here are the best lines as of writing:

  • Seahawks Spread: +4 (-108) at PointsBet
  • Seahawks Moneyline: +170 at William Hill
  • Packers Spread: -4 (-108) at PointsBet
  • Packers Moneyline: -192 at bet365
  • Over: 46 (-110) across the market
  • Under: 46 (-105) at FanDuel

How the Seahawks Advanced to the Divisional Round

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 matchup against 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.

How the Packers Advanced to the Divisional Round

With the top of the NFC bracket wide open heading into Week 17, the Packers secured a first-round bye with a narrow win over the Lions. Now they’ll open the postseason with a matchup against the Seahawks.

Seattle ended Green Bay’s playoff 2014 run in the NFC title game, when the Packers forced overtime with a game-tying field goal in the final 20 seconds of regular before eventually losing on the Seahawks’ opening touchdown drive.

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