Seahawks vs. Packers Picks, Betting Odds & Predictions: Best Bets for Sunday’s Divisional Round Game
Joe Robbins/Getty Images. Pictured: Aaron Rodgers, Bobby Wagner
- Looking for the latest betting odds and picks for Sunday's NFL Divisional Round game between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers? We've got you covered.
- The over/under sits at 45.5 after opening much higher around the market. The spread, meanwhile, makes the Packers a home favorite (line: Green Bay -4.5).
- Our experts detail their favorite betting picks for Seahawks-Packers, including a play on the over/under.
Seahawks vs. Packers Picks, Betting Odds & Predictions
- Odds: Packers -4.5
- Over/Under: 45.5
- Kickoff: 6:40 p.m. ET on Sunday
- TV Channel: FOX
Odds as of Saturday evening and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
More than 60% of the money bet on the spread is coming in on the Seahawks to cover, driving the line up to 4.5 from its 3.5 opener. But do our experts trust Seattle as much as the public does?
They preview the most important angles of this matchup, complete with Sean Koerner’s projected odds and their betting picks.
Seahawks-Packers Injury Report
Which team is healthier? Packers
The most notable player listed as questionable for the Packers is DL Kenny Clark (back). He did get in back-to-back limited practices, so he should be trending toward playing.
The Seahawks, meanwhile, are in rough shape for this game — mostly along the offensive, which isn’t ideal against this Green Bay pass-rush. OL Duane Brown (knee/biceps) was once considered likely out for the season a few weeks ago, but he’s reportedly expecting to “try and play” on Sunday. His backup, OL George Fant (groin) is also listed as questionable.
Additionally, OL Mike Iupati (neck) is listed as doubtful and DL Ziggy Ansah (neck) is listed as questionable. — Justin Bailey