Bears at Packers Week One Betting preview.

Written by National Football League Point Spread Analyst Bobby Wallace.

Charliessports.com produces it for Football News. NFL Weekly Picks are the best in the industry and will continue through the Super Bowl in February of 2019. Green Bay Packers fans get a treat in their 2018 season opener. Not only are their NFC North division rivals Chicago Bears coming to town, it’s also Sunday Night Football, besides, the Packers celebrate their 100th season as a franchise. Founded in 1919 the team is owned by the public, and president Mark Murphy made sure the offseason would be filled with events celebrating the Packers existence. Making the contest more intriguing is the Bear recent acquisition of former Oakland Raider star linebacker Khalil Mack who’s expected to make a good defense even better with a special gift for getting to the quarterback. However, it’s been all offense the past three between the teams with Green Bay scoring one hundred and thirteen points the last four meetings. Game time is 8:20 PM EST at historic Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The NBC Network will be broadcasting. The Opening Betting Line has Green Bay as an eight-point home favorite against the spread. The betting odds total is forty-seven and a half points for Sunday Night’s primetime telecast.

There is little doubt it’ll be a hostile environment for first-year Bears head coach Matt Nagy, making matters worse there will be just a few Bears fans who drive up Interstate 43. Second Year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky should feel more comfortable under center, but the loss of guard Josh Sitton could expose a weakness, against a terrific Green Bay defensive line. Running Backs Jordan Howard, and Tarik Cohen proved they could shoulder the load as an inside-outside combination. 2018 offseason Free Agent acquisition Allen Robinson provides a deep threat which should increase the 60.6 percent scoring rate in the red zone. There’s no doubt General Manager Ryan Pace is all in with the money spent on offense and defense with Mack, who’ll team with 2018 first round draft pick Roquan Smith. The betting odds under the total has cashed in the Bears last five on the road, but Green Bay usually scores a lot in the opener, their last six of seven have gone over for sports bettors. Bovada.Lv, list the Chicago Bears at 13/2 to win the 2018-19 NFC North division.

A healthy Aaron Rodgers is always good news in the smallest market in the NFL. Although Jordy Nelson is now in Oakland tight ends Jimmy Graham along with longtime Jaguars star Marcedes Lewis could be the best thing to happen to Rodgers since Jermichael Finley. Joe Philbin also returns as offensive coordinator; his familiarity with Rodgers brings a degree of security to the unit. The multi-purpose Ty Montgomery is healthy, Jamal William rushed for a team-best 556 yards and should be ready for more responsibility in 2018. The Packers front seven is an elite group but the secondary which wasn’t very well last season especially cornerback improved with draft pick Jaire Alexander. Tramon Williams who was a starter on their 2010 Super Bowl winning team was brought back to shore up the position. Green Bay is 3-1 Against The Point Spread the last four vs. Chicago, plus eight points aren’t that bad considering the festivities surrounding the 100th anniversary of their existence. Bovada.Lv, list the Green Bay Packers at 14/1 to win the 2019 Super Bowl.

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