2010 NFL Betting – Packers a Huge Favorite against Buffalo

There is a 13.5 point favorite in 2010 NFL betting in Week 2.

What is going on here?  The reality of the situation is that Green Bay is a Super Bowl contender while the Buffalo Bills might be the worst team in the NFL.  No one is going to want to take the Bills against the Packers in NFL lines no matter what the number.

Green Bay is a 13.5 point favorite at Sbgglobal and don’t be surprised to see this line end up at two touchdowns or more.  The total on the game is listed at 43. The Packers are coming off a win and a cover last week at Philadelphia while the Bills lost at home against Miami.

All Packers All the Time – The Packers are going to be heavily bet every week in NFL lines. Get used to it.  Green Bay was the hot pick by many before the season began and even though they weren’t great last week, they were still pretty good in a 27-20 road win at Philadelphia.  Aaron Rodgers threw two TD passes last week and the Packers won in a very difficult spot. It is not easy winning at Philadelphia but Green Bay did it. The Packers did suffer and injury as running back Ryan Grant was hurt. He may not play this week but it is of little concern since backup Brandon Jackson is almost as good.  Rodgers said that he played about as bad as he can play and the Packers still won by seven points on the road.  Look for a big game from Rodgers on Sunday against the Bills.

Bills Look Hapless Again – The Bills lost 15-10 last week against Miami in 2010 NFL betting and the game really wasn’t that close.  Buffalo was never a threat to win that game against the Dolphins and they are no real threat to win at Green Bay. In their first nine possessions last week the Bills had just 72 yards on offense and only five first downs. Quarterback Trent Edwards as terrible as usual and even rookie C.J. Spiller did nothing. Edwards was 18 of 34 for 139 yards. The Bills lost linebacker Paul Posluszny to a knee injury and it looked bad. He is one of their best defensive players and will be missed.

Series History – The Bills and Packers don’t play very often. They last met in 2006 when the Bills won 24-10 at home. They have not met in Green Bay since 2002 when the Packers won 10-0.  That might be the score in the first quarter in this game.