The Green Bay Packers have been sharing the same seat on top of the NFC standings against the New Orleans Saints. They will be facing a hungry Indianapolis Colts who are seeking a very important victory. This NFL Week 11 matchup is going to happen this Sunday, November 22 at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana by 4:25 PM Eastern Time. FOX will be taking care of the broadcast and they will shoot it over to NFL Game Pass as well for the online live stream. The Packers are just too hot to handle and Sports Betting sees them winning even if the Colts own home field.
Green Bay Packers Betting Analysis
The Green Bay Packers are in a good position to take the top spot of the NFC standings since Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints is going to miss three weeks at least with a rib injury. Aaron Rodgers is just great for the team and everybody is buying into the culture they are building in the organization. In their past two wins, they have won over the San Francisco 49ers and Jacksonville Jaguars after losing to the Minnesota Vikings. It was only that team and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that tarnished their record but they have all the tools to beat the Indianapolis Colts.
Green Bay Packers vs. Indianapolis Colts Betting Information
This is going to be exciting as Philip Rivers will be testing his skills against the veteran Aaron Rodgers. But according to NFL Betting Odds, the Green Bay Packers are set to advance and keep their status as the top team of their conference.
Indianapolis Colts Betting Analysis
You can’t really blame the Indianapolis Colts for falling to 6-3 as they lost to very worthy teams as well. They managed to bounce back really well after a humiliating loss against the Baltimore Ravens with a win over the Tennesee Titans by 17 points. This is a very important game for the Indianapolis Colts and could be critical in positioning for a playoff position. Philip Rivers has turned on the switch for the team and his decision making has helped them in the past games. Against the Titans, he gave the team 308 yards, a touchdown pass and an impressive 74% completions.
Green Bay Packers vs. Indianapolis Colts Pick: Green Bay Packers
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