Packers Lions Spread Fairly Steady at -6 – Free Pick (Video)

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Packers Lions Spread

The Packers Lions spread opened at -6 with Green Bay the road favorite.  Detroit appeared to get a lot of their swagger back last week with a huge come-from-behind victory against Carolina.  Spread betting action was nearly 90 percent on the Packers here while total bettors were all over the OVER.   Bet on this game online here – claim your free cash up to $500 – mobile betting available – receive 5 percent back on your losses when placing live bets during this game at BetDSI.com – use promo code GAMBLING911.

The total in this game was set at 56.  If betting this game, the total might be your primary focus as opposed to wagering on the side.

“How about the fact that we are going to finally have a very meaningful game to start Thanksgiving off,” noted Brian Blessing of Don Best TV.

The Packers defense is 30th in total yards and 31st against the pass.  Both these teams can score. 

“How long can Aaron Rodgers keep outscoring teams?” asks Pat Williams of Don Best TV.

Both teams have been 7-3 to the OVER, however, Detroit has only gone over the current 56 number twice in its last 10 games (last week being one of those times).  The Packers, on the other hand, have managed to go OVER the current total 5 of their last 10 games.  Only twice in the last 8 games of this series has the score gone OVER 56.

Injuries will play a key role in this game. 

Also, keep in mind, with the whole country watching and expecting a great game after years of turkeys provided by the Lions, expect this game to mean the world to them with the offense absolutely fired up.  Green Bay will answer back.

Gambling911.com is on the OVER 56 with this game.  So, too, is Don Best.  See the video betting preview below.  Place your bets now here.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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