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Green Bay Packers Odds to Win 2018 Super Bowl

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Sep/06/2017

The Green Bay Packer10 odds of winning the 2018 Super Bowl were set at 10/1 for a potential payout of $1000 on a $100 bet.  They were priced at -120 to win UNDER 10.5 regular season games just days before their Week 1 game.

From ESPN.com:

The looming weakness now was a strength as recently as 2015: the offensive line, which has shed starting guards Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang along with interior lineman JC Tretter, who started seven games at center last season. If the line comes together, this Packers team might be as loaded as any since the 15-1 squad of 2011.

Green Bay’s strength will be its defensive backfield, something the organization loaded up on during the off season.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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