Packers vs. Bears: Odds, Point Spread & Over-Under

Aaron Rodgers is set to begin another highly-productive season. Getty)

Aaron Rodgers is set to begin another highly-productive season. (Getty)

Editor’s note: The odds below are courtesy of Heavy’s partners at OddsShark. Click here for more odds and betting info at OddsShark.com.

Meaningful football is finally here.

Week 1 of the NFL season is one of the most exciting days on the sports calendar with legions of fans set to turn out to their favorite team’s stadiums or into television sets worldwide to watch them.

Week 1 also brings a lot of unknowns in the betting community. Some teams will inherently perform far different than last year with player additiions and subtractions.

This opening week contest features NFC North rivals Green Bay and Chicago. The Packers scored 93 points in two wins over their arch rivals a year ago and have won nine of the last 10 meetings between the two teams.

Click here to read OddsShark’s Bears-Packers game preview.


Packers-Bears Point Spread

Packers … -7

Bears … +7

The Packers are 8-2 against the Bears against the spread (9-1 overall) in the last 10 meetings.

The Packers have outscored Chicago 28.3-16.4 in the last 10 meetings.

The Packers were 4-5 against the spread on the road in 2014.

The Bears were 3-5 against the spread at home in 2014.


Packers-Bears Over-Under

Over-Under … 50

The under has hit six times in the last 10 meetings, but the over took both matchups in 2014.

The total has gone over in 15 of Green Bay’s last 22 games.

The total has gone under in five of Chicago’s last six games at home.


Packers-Bears Money Line


Packers … -300

Bears … +250


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