The Packers go into Week 2 undefeated. What better time than now to cover Packers Superbowl betting odds? The Green Bay Packers were expected to compete for the NFC North title last season. However, they were unable to keep up with the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings. The Packers ended up finishing with a 6-9-1 record. This was good for third in the division.
As a result of their poor play, the team parted ways with head coach Mike McCarthy, who led them to a Super Bowl win in 2010. With e new coach leading the team, the Packers and their fans are hoping they can return to the playoffs this season, which might be too much to ask due to the team’s current roster.
The Packers parted ways with linebacker Clay Matthews, who ended up signing with the Los Angeles rams. See below for the latest Packers Superbowl betting odds for 2020. They also lost wide receiver Randall Cobb, who signed with the Dallas Cowboys.
The Packers tried to make up for their losses and address their needs by spending in free agency, for instance. Bringing in players like Za’Darius Smith, who had 8.5 sacks with the Baltimore Ravens last season, for instance. They also managed to replace Ha Ha Clinton-Dix with former Chicago Bears safety Adrian Amos.
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The Packers also brought in former Washington Redskins linebacker Preston Smith and former Denver Broncos guard Billy Turner to help protect Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers didn’t stop in free agency, they also drafted players they believe will be productive on the field this season in former Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary and former Maryland Safety Darnell Savage Jr who were selected in the first round of the draft.
By addressing their weaknesses, especially on the defensive end, the Packers should be able to compete in the NFC North this season. However, they will need Aaron Rodgers to stay healthy this season to have a chance of winning the division. What will this mean for Packers Superbowl betting odds. If he is forced to miss some games, the Packers will likely be competing for last place in the division. Their odds to win the Super Bowl is +2000.