Green Bay Packers
vs. New Orleans Saints: Point spread and odds
It has been two long years since Green
Bay Packers met with the New Orleans Saints on the field, but on
Monday night this football game will close NFL Week 12 and we
are here to bring you the latest point spread and odds, as
usual. The Green Bay Packers (5-5) booked an important win last
week against the Bears (3-37), to push Chicago off and climb
atop the NFC North Standings, while the New Orleans Saints (5-5)
also posted a win, against the Chiefs, and are keeping their
statistical chances to playoffs, despite holding last place on
the NFC South Standings.
And even though the Packers are in a
better position to see some postseason action, the odds makers
at the online sportsbook
Bookmaker have made Green Bay Packers
the underdog of the Monday night football game. The Packers are
+115 to win the game with the bookie, while the Saints will
enjoy favorite status with odds -135 on victory on Monday night.
The Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints point spread is -3
points chalk the Saints at Bookmaker and the odds makers are
expecting a tough game, posting the total at 51.5 points.
Betting trends indicate that the Packers are 4-0-1 against the
spread in their last 5 games and 4-2 against the spread in
their last 6 games when playing on the road against the Saints.
Meanwhile New Orleans is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games when playing
Injuries will be an issue in both camps;
Green Bay will play without linebacker Nick Barnett, while wide
receiver James Jones, running back DeShawn Wynn, cornerback
Jarrett Bush and safety Charlie Peprah are all listed as
questionable for Monday night football. The rest of the Packers
injuries have been upgraded to probable for the game against the
Saints. Meanwhile the Saints will play without cornerback Aaron
Glenn and running back Mike Karney, while star running back
Reggie Bush was still listed as questionable for the NFL Week 12
closer. The rest of New Orleans' injuries, including wide
receiver Marques Colston and running back Deuce McAllister were
upgraded to probable for the football game against the Packers.