NFL PICKS: WEEK 7 Packers vs Broncos
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SPREAD: Green Bay Packers -1 (-110), Denver Broncos +1 (-110)
MONEYLINE: Green Bay Packers -118, Denver Broncos -102
TOTAL: Green Bay Packers O 45 (-110), Denver Broncos U 45 (-110)
Packers Seek Redemption in Mile High Showdown
Broncos Look to Rebound with Russell Wilson at Helm
The Green Bay Packers hold a 3-2-0 record against the spread this season, showcasing their ability to cover the point spread in three of their five games. When it comes to over/under bets, the Packers’ games have gone over the total in three out of five opportunities, accounting for a 60% success rate.
On the other hand, the Denver Broncos have struggled this year, failing to secure a win in that department. Additionally, when they enter a game as underdogs of 1 point or more, they have been unable to cover the spread. However, their games have gone over the total in four out of six opportunities, showcasing a 66.7% success rate in over/under bets.
For the Green Bay Packers, Jordan Love has accumulated 1,083 passing yards this season, averaging 216.6 yards per game. Love has a completion rate of 55.6% and has thrown for eight touchdowns, but he has also been intercepted six times. Love has also showcased his ability to contribute on the ground with 18 carries for 109 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns. A.J. Dillon has been the primary back, rushing for 194 yards with one touchdown and adding 25 receiving yards. Among the receivers, Romeo Doubs, Jayden Reed, and Luke Musgrave have been reliable targets, combining for seven touchdowns and 597 receiving yards.
On the defensive side, players like Rashan Gary, Quay Walker, and Rudy Ford have been instrumental in their respective roles, with Gary making an impact with tackles for loss and sacks, Walker contributing with tackles and interceptions, and Ford making plays in the secondary with interceptions and pass defenses.
For the Denver Broncos, Russell Wilson has had a modest start with 95 passing yards in the games he’s played for the Broncos. Javonte Williams has been the workhorse in the rushing game, with 52 yards per game and a solid yards-per-attempt average. Courtland Sutton has emerged as a key target for Wilson, finding the end zone and contributing with yards after the catch.