Green Bay Packers Odds to Win 2017 NFC North, 2018 NFC Championship, Super Bowl 52

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Aug/10/2017

Gambling911.com has your Green Bay Packers odds of winning the 2017 NFC North, 2018 NFC Championship and the Super Bowl whereby they had the Packers with the third shortest odds to win the Super Bowl at 11/1.

Green Bay’s odds of winning the 2018 NFC Championship were set at just shy of 6/1.

In the NFC North the Packers were priced at -260 to win.

Frank Schwab of Yahoo Sports writes:

We can imagine what might have happened had the Packers 4-6 start turned into 7-9 or worse. Instead, Green Bay made an NFC title game and could start thinking about bigger things. That eight-game winning streak allowed the Packers to go into this offseason confident they had the pieces to win a title. It was a big change from 4-6.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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