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Packers The Most Wagered on Team This Weekend

Written by:
Tony Caliente
Published on:
Jan/14/2021

The Green Bay Packers were seeing 72% of the money coming in versus the Rams this weekend at BetOnline.  The line has been drifting down from -7 to -6.5 over these past few days.  Watch for a move to -6 as this could be an indication that the books feel strongly about LA covering.

Action on the three remaining games were somewhat balanced.

This marks only the third playoff meeting between these franchises and the Rams' first playoff game at Lambeau Field, where it will be overcast and in the low 30's.

The Packers lead the NFL in scoring (31.8). This is the first postseason game pitting the NFL's top scoring offense against the league's top scoring defense since the New England Patriots, who had the No. 1 defense, rallied for a Super Bowl overtime victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Feb. 5, 2017.

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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