Bills vs Packers by Lloyds

The NFC leaders, Green Bay Packers, will face a tough test today as they take on the Buffalo Bills. The home side is among the best defensive teams in the league while Packers are far from being dominant on the road as they are at home. Green Bay is 10-3 and today's contest is a must win because a loss would hurt their chances to win the conference.


The Packers didn't play well defensively against Atlanta on Monday but they got a 43-37 victory despite giving too many yards to Atlanta's Julio Jones. The Bills do not have strong offense but Green Bay's secondary is prone to having an "off-game", especially on the road. The Packers are 3-3 on the road this season but their offense still remains formidable because Aaron Rodgers is playing terrific. They average 32.5 points per game thanks to great understanding between Rodgers and wide receivers (Jordy Nelson and Randal Cobb) who are a nightmare for the opposing defenses. Green Bay also have the ability to run the ball as Eddie Lacy averages 4.5 yards per carry. Lacy was listed as doubtful in the past few days but today's reports are indicating that he will play, which is great news for the Packers.


The Bills are 7-6 and have slim playoff chances but they'll surely play motivated as they host the NFL's best team. They lead the league in sacks and have a great defensive line which will cause problems for the Packers. The Bills allow 18.5 points per game, a figure which shows their defensive ability, but they are not so strong offensively, scoring only 21.6 ppg.


I don't expect a lopsided game but Green Bay is definitely a favorite here. Buffalo will give them troubles but eventually Rodgers will find a way to win. The odds are good so I suggest you take advantage of them. pin
Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Packers -3 Pinnacle 1.76 9 21-13 LOST (-9 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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