It’s safe to say that this past season was a disappointment for Green Bay Packers fans who have come to expect the best.
It’s hard to figure out what to do with those expectations moving forward, especially as franchise quarterback Aaron Rodgers takes some time to decide his future in the league.
Oddsmakers aren’t too sure what to make of the Packers either. Let’s dive into Green Bay’s odds to win Super Bowl LVIII.
Super Bowl 58 Odds
Green Bay in the middle of the pack
The Packers were +3000 odds to win Super Bowl LVII entering this past season. Early this offseason, their odds remain exactly the same for Super Bowl LVIII.
There are 10 teams with better odds at winning the Super Bowl, along with a couple of teams — the Miami Dolphins, Detroit Lions and Denver Broncos — with the same odds.
Much of the Packers’ chances hinges on who will be throwing passes for them this fall: Rodgers or Jordan Love. Even if it is Love, there’s still a degree of uncertainty when it comes to his performance on the field.
In three years as Rodgers’s backup, Love has had both impressive and ugly games alike as he’s had precious little snaps in moments that matter.
Green Bay also has a deep list of impending unrestricted free agents that includes FS Adrian Amos, WRs Randall Cobb and Allen Lazard, DEs Jarran Reed and Dean Lowry, TE Robert Tonyan and K Mason Crosby.
Even if the Packers bring all of these players back (they most likely won’t), they’ll still have to play better on both sides of the ball if they want to make the postseason – let alone win the Super Bowl.
If you think Green Bay is primed to beat expectations this season, you can cash in with these sportsbooks:
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.