Packers Lions Line Thanksgiving Day 2011

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Don Shapiro
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Packers Lions Line Thanksgiving Day 2011

The Packers Lions line for Thanksgiving Day 2011 opened at Green Bay -5.5 as the road favorite. 5 percent on all losses will be reimbursed for all bets placed during the games using the live betting platform.   Use promo code GAMBLING911 to receive additional cash bonuses when joining. 

Green Bay may have a tough time protecting its 10-0 perfect record coming into Detroit.  Sunday marked just the 3rd time since 1940 that the Lions scored at least 35 points in the 2nd half. They scored 38 points in the 2nd half of a 55-20 win over the Bears in 1997 and 35 in the 2nd half of a 45-7 win over the 49ers in 1963.  The Lions managed to erase a 17 point deficit in that game while the Packers beat Tampa Bay at home by nine points, though they failed to cover the 14 point spread. 

The Detroit Thanksgiving Day game is an annual tradition that has been occurring since 1934.

- Don Shapiro,

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