When the Green Bay Packers host the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night, they are eager to see if their offensive can continue to produce.
Last week, the Packers (4-6) shocked Dallas to end a five-game losing streak, and the Titans (6-3) also overcame deficits to defeat Denver.Two of the last three meetings in the series have been won by Green Bay, including a 40-14 rout at home over Tennessee in Week 16 of the 2020 campaign.
Green Bay is a generally accepted 3.5-point favourite at home, despite the fact that the Titans lead the unimpressive AFC South while the Packers are merely attempting to remain in the playoff picture.
The Titans have drawn 60% of the bets at DraftKings, where the money has been evenly distributed, while the Packers have received 54% of the spread-line wagers and 60% of the handle at BetMGM.
On Wednesday at BetRivers, where it has received 61 percent of the wagers, Green Bay went from being a 3.0-point favourite to a 3.5-point favorite.
Tigers RB Derrick Henry Anytime TD Scorer (-195 at BetRivers): BetRivers has somewhat better odds than some other sportsbooks on this prop, so it’s worth shopping around.
Packers RB John Dillon With the same offensive line starting consecutive games for the first time this season, Green Bay surpassed 200 yards rushing for the third time this season against Dallas.
Over 33.5 Rushing Yards (-120 at DraftKings): In particular during the chilly prime time, anticipate that trend to continue.The Packers’ ferocious comeback to defeat the Cowboys kept their playoff hopes alive, but this is still a team that has serious problems.
The game will be close, particularly at home against a Titans team that also has trouble scoring, but Tennessee’s strong defence will have more control over field position. Packers 20, Titans 20 — Field Level Media