Packers Game Sunday: Packers vs. Vikings odds and prediction for NFL Week 17 game

Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers - Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports
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The Green Bay Packers have won four in a row. Their last defeat was to the Minnesota Vikings.

The two teams meet again on Sunday Night Football in a huge game for both teams. Green Bay needs a win to maintain control of the NFC’s top seed. Minnesota is trying to stay in the mix for a wild-card berth.

Can Green Bay get the win at Lambeau Field? Let’s look at the latest odds for the game.

Packers vs. Vikings Odds Week 17

WynnBET has the Packers as 6.5-point favorites over the division-rival Vikings this week. The over/under is set at 47.5 points. Green Bay is -280 on the money line, Minnesota +225.

Despite losing to the Vikings earlier in the season, WynnBET is expecting Matt LaFleur’s team to get revenge at Lambeau Field.

Packers vs. Vikings Prediction Week 17

Both teams need the win here. Green Bay is the better of the two teams, but Minnesota has won in consecutive meetings, both home and away. In the regular season, Mike Zimmer’s team were the last to leave Lambeau Field with a victory when they did so in 2020.

Still, it’s hard to pick against Green Bay, especially at home.

It won’t be an easy game. The previous two victories over the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns came down to the wire and needed the defense to close it out. This one could be no different.

The Vikings have a top-10 offense but the fourth-worst defense. Their offense was excellent in the previous meeting of these teams this season but tough, cold conditions at Lambeau will be a factor on Sunday night.

It’s hard to go against Green Bay, the leaders of the NFC, at Lambeau Field. A win here would take Matt LaFleur’s team to a perfect 8-0 home record this season.

Prediction: Packers 27-24

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