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Bears vs Packers Public Betting Trends for Week 2 SNF

John Perrotto

by John Perrotto in NFL Football

Sep 18, 2022 · 11:11 AM PDT

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) throws a pass during the third quarter of their game Sunday, September 11, 2022 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. The Minnesota Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers 23-7. Packers11 18
  • The Packers are 10-point home favorites over the Bears on Sunday Night Football in Week 2
  • Over two-thirds of the betting handle is on the Packers to cover
  • All the Bears vs Packers public betting trends can be found below

The Green Bay Packers look to continue their recent dominance of their most-frequent rival when they host the Chicago Bears at 8:20 pm ET Sunday at Lambeau Field.

Bears vs Packers has been played 203 times with Green Bay holding a 103-95-6 lead. The Packers, though, have won six straight games over the past three seasons.

The oddsmakers see that trend continuing in Bears vs Packers as they have installed Green Bay as 10-point favorites in the Week 2 NFL odds.

Bears vs Packers Betting Trends

Team Spread ATS Handle% ATS Bet% Total Points O/U Handle% O/U Bet% Moneyline ML Handle% ML Bet%
Chicago Bears +10 32% 64% Over 41.5 58% 65% +360 41% 28%
Green Bay Packers -10 68% 36% Under 41.5 42% 35% -450 59% 72%

All betting trends as of September 18th at DraftKings Sportsbook.

The Packers are drawing 68% of the handle against the spread getting just 36% of the bets in the NFL betting trends. More than two-third of the moneyline bets – 72% — are on Green Bay.



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The Bears opened the season last Sunday with a 19-10 win over the visiting San Francisco 49ers. The Packers lost to the Minnesota Vikings 23-7 on the road.

Sharps Like Packers as Double-Digit Favorites

The Packers opened as 8.5-point favorites and the spread has gone up 1.5 points over the course of the week.

The Packers’ current winning streak against the Bears certainly has something to do with the double-digit spread. So does the disparity in the teams’ records from last season when the Packers won the NFC North with a 13-4 mark and the Bears went 6-9.

In the Super Bowl odds, the Packers are +1500 while the Bears are listed as big longshots at +12500.

Though the line has gone up, the sharps are still hitting the Packers in this one. The disparity in the percentages of the total bets against the handle is a strong indicator of that.

Bears vs Packers Over 41.5 Getting More Betting Action

The total has dropped significantly. It opened at 44.5 points and has fallen to 41.5.

But now that the line has dropped, a total of 65% of the bets as well as 58% of the handle is on the over.

The Bears’ sluggish offense likely played a part in the drop. Though they beat the 49ers, their 204 total yards was the lowest figure in the NFL in Week 1. Justin Fields passed for just 121 yards, though he did throw for two touchdowns.

Perhaps the oddsmakers believe Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is starting to decline. The 38-year-old was held to 195 yards passing and no TDs by the Vikings last week when he completed 22 of 34 attempts.

Yet Rodgers still has +1600 NFL MVP odds, making him the No. 7 choice.

The Packers offensive line is banged up and allowed Rodgers to be sacked four times. Bears edge rusher Robert Quinn took down Rodgers three times in two games last year on his way to an 18.5-sack season.

Bears Getting Bit of Moneyline Love

The Packers are drawing the majority of moneyline action with 59% of the handle and 72% of the total bets.

However, there is just enough disparity in the bets on the Bears to think they are getting some sharp money wagered on them. While 28% of the total bets are on Chicago, it is getting 41% of the handle.

The ML has stayed stable since opening with the Packers at -450 and the Bears at +350.


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