The 2021 NFC North Odds are out and the Green Bay Packers are the -165 favorites at Bovada. Green Bay went 13-3 last season but ended on a sour note with a home loss in the NFC Title Game versus Tampa Bay. The Packers are followed by the Minnesota Vikings(+240 odds), Chicago Bears(+375 odds) and Detroit Lions(+1600 odds).
The NFL line makers at Bovada Sportsbook have made the Packers as the favorites but it’s a sketchy bet for gamblers. Green Bay certainly is the favorite and the likely winner if Aaron Rodgers shows up to play and has his mind focused on the field. However, Rodgers has been upset with Packers management all offseason and there is still a possibility that he either holds out, retires or ends up getting traded before the start of the season. Then, there is also the possibility that star wideout Devonta Adams also gets traded before the start of the season. Be careful betting on the Packers futures odds.
The Packers have no over/under wins odds on the 2021 NFL Team Wins Odds from Bovada. Oddsmakers are keeping the Packers off the board until the Rodgers situation plays itself out this summer. We will update this article and the over/under team wins odds if and when the Packers team wins odds get posted.
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2021 NFC North Odds from Bovada Sportsbook
NFC North Champion
Green Bay Packers -165
Minnesota Vikings +240
Chicago Bears +375
Detroit Lions +1600
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