Packers Game Sunday: Packers vs. Chiefs odds and prediction for NFL Week 9 game
The Packers and Chiefs meet at Arrowhead Stadium in Week 9.
Another tough road test awaits the Green Bay Packers in Week 9 as they visit Arrowhead Stadium to take on the Kansas City Chiefs.
Green Bay has won seven in a row to lead the NFC, while Kansas City surprisingly sits with a 3-4 record ahead of a game against the New York Giants on Monday night.
That’s one clear advantage the Packers will have this week. They will be well rested having played last Thursday night, whereas the Chiefs will have just six days to prepare.
What are the latest odds from WynnBET?
Packers vs. Chiefs Odds Week 9
Despite the excellent run the Packers are on, they are currently 2.5-point underdogs against the Chiefs this week, according to WynnBET’s latest odds. The over/under is set for 55.0, so WynnBET expects plenty of points to be scored. Green Bay is +125 on the money line, Kansas City -145.
While this is a road game against the Chiefs, led by all-world quarterback Patrick Mahomes, this is slightly surprising given Kansas City’s struggles so far this season, especially against other Super Bowl contenders.
Packers vs. Chiefs Prediction Week 9
Arrowhead Stadium will be rocking. The Chiefs will be well up for this game. They are behind in the AFC West race and need to start showing the form we’ve seen from them in recent years.
It won’t be an easy game by any means for visiting Green Bay. Despite the good play of the defense in recent weeks, life won’t be easy up against an offense ranked third in yards per game at the time of writing before the Chiefs play on Monday Night Football.
However, the opposite is true on the other side of the ball. Kansas City is No. 31 in yards allowed per game, and No. 27 in points allowed per game.
Assuming Davante Adams and Allen Lazard return, the Packers’ offense dominates and leads the team to a close victory.
Prediction: Packers 31-30
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