By Adam Thompson | | 3 mins
5 Seahawks-Packers NFC Divisional Playoff Bets To Back
Lambeau Field is host to a marquee playoff quarterback showdown, as Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers host Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks in an NFC Divisional Round matchup on Sunday.
The Packers went 13-3 to earn the No. 2 seed, while the Seahawks held off the Eagles in Philadelphia in the Wild-Card Round to advance.
Let’s take a look at some of the best bets fans of NFL betting should consider:
Seahawks-Packers Best BetsPick Expired
OTHER BETS TO BACK
- First Half | Over 23.5 Points -106 (BetMGM)
- Davante Adams | Over 80.5 Yards -102 (FanDuel)
- Total Match Turnovers | 2-3 +124 (William Hill)
All odds current as of publication but subject to change. Check out the latest Seahawks-Packers odds here.
PICK 1: Packers -4
The Packers have been nearly unbeatable at home while the Seahawks haven’t won at Lambeau in 20 years. Green Bay went 7-1 at Lambeau Field and has gotten up against the top competition, going 7-1 ATS against teams with winning records.
Especially against a team in the Packers that are one of the top contenders in NFC Conference title odds .
PICK 2: Over 46.5 Points
Seattle’s pass defense ranks 27th in the NFL. Rodgers should have a big day at home in January, a scenario in which he’s had a lot of success. Wilson throws a very catchable ball as well and his receivers are hot. The Over is 10-1 in the Seahawks last 11 playoff games when they’re the underdog, and it’s 4-0 in the Packers last four January games.
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PICK 3: First Half — Over 23.5 Points
Few teams can boast the first-quarter success of the Packers, who have nearly doubled-up opponents in the opening 15 minutes. That said, few teams give up as many points in the second quarter as the Packers (7.2), though the Seahawks aren’t far behind (6.9). Both offenses should find success early.
PICK 4: Davante Adams — Over 80.5 Yards
Davante Adams is fully healthy and Rodgers is looking for him often. The last three games he’s seen at least 13 targets in each, averaging nine receptions for 104 yards in that span. He should have a favorable individual matchup with Tre Flowers.
PICK 5: Total Match Turnovers — 2-3
These two QBs are among the best when it comes to avoiding the big interception, combining for a scant 10 picks all year. The Seahawks have been fumble-prone, but less so with Chris Carson out. Both defenses hawk the ball with the best of them but the turnover-advoiding offenses should negate any big turnover numbers.