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November 23, 2021

Vikings vs Packers Odds, Spreads & Betting Lines – Sports Betting

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Vikings-Packers Spread

The Green Bay Packers led the series 63-55-3 against the Minnesota Vikings from 1961 to 2020. The Packers were also in first place in the NFC North Division standings in the 2020 NFL season.

Despite this record, the Vikings also had many wins against the Packers. The Vikings even won their last match of the 2020 regular season.

While historical wins may give an idea of which team will become next season’s favorites, bettors may also need other information to improve betting decisions.

SportsBetting.com provides information that may help bettors make informed bets. This information includes past season performance, betting trends, notable players, and ways to bet on the Vikings-Packers matchup.

Vikings vs. Packers Stats 2020 NFL Season

Week 1

The first 2020 NFL season match between the Vikings and the Packers was in Week 1 , held at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The game started with a field goal by the Packers’ Mason Crosby, followed by a touchdown by Dalvin Cook of the Vikings.

The Packers continued to score several goals while the Vikings were scoreless until a last-minute field goal by Dan Bailey near the end of the second quarter.

Both teams exchanged a few touchdowns in the second half of the game. However, the Packers maintained the upper hand. 

The game ended 43-34 in favor of the Packers.

Week 8

The Vikings and the Packers held their second match at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, on November 2, 2020.

The Packers scored first with a touchdown from Aaron Rodgers. The Vikings followed with another touchdown by Dalvin Cook, tying 7-all in the first quarter.

In the second quarter, both teams tied 14-all with a touchdown each, followed by two more touchdowns by the Packers in the third. 

The Vikings scored a goal in the fourth quarter, but the score was not enough to upset the game.

The Vikings won 28-22 against the Packers.

2020 NFL Season Performance

Minnesota Vikings

Week 1. Green Bay Packers – 34-43 (L)

Week 2. Indianapolis Colts – 11-28 (L)

Week 3. Tennessee Titans – 30-31 (L)

Week 4. Houston Texans – 31-23 (W)

Week 5. Seattle Seahawks – 26-27 (L)

Week 6. Atlanta Falcons – 23-40 (L)

Week 8. Green Bay Packers – 28-22 (W)

Week 9. Detroit Lions – 34-20 (W)

Week 10. Chicago Bears – 19-13 (W)

Week 11. Dallas Cowboys – 28-31 (L)

Week 12. Carolina Panthers – 28-27 (W)

Week 13. Jacksonville Jaguars – 27-24 (W)

Week 14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 14-26 (L)

Week 15. Chicago Bears – 27-33 (L)

Week 16. New Orleans Saints – 33-52 (L)

Week 17. Detroit Lions – 37-35 (W)

Green Bay Packers

Week 1. Minnesota Vikings – 43-34 (W)

Week 2. Detroit Lions – 42-21 (W)

Week 3. New Orleans Saints – 37-30 (W)

Week 4. Atlanta Falcons – 30-16 (W)

Week 6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 10-38 (L)

Week 7. Houston Texans – 35-20 (W)

Week 8. Minnesota Vikings – 22-28 (L)

Week 9. San Francisco 49ers – 34-17 (W)

Week 10. Jacksonville Jaguars – 24-20 (W)

Week 11. Indianapolis Colts – 31-34 (L)

Week 12. Chicago Bears – 41-25 (W)

Week 13. Philadelphia Eagles – 30-16 (W)

Week 14. Detroit Lions – 31-24 (W)

Week 15. Carolina Panthers – 24-16 (W)

Week 16. Tennessee Titans – 40-14 (W)

Week 17. Chicago Bears – 35-16 (W)

Postseason Matches:

NFC Divisional Playoff – Los Angeles Rams – 32-18 (W)

NFC Championship Game – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 26-31 (L)

Vikings vs. Packers Betting Trends Last Season

2020 NFL Week 1 Betting Odds

Moneyline: Vikings -182, Packers +150

Point spread: Vikings -1.5, Packers +1.5

Over/Under: 44.5

Winner: Packers (43-34)

Spread: Packers (+10.5 ATS)

O/U: 77 ( Over +32.5)

2020 NFL Week 8 Betting Odds

Moneyline: Packers -274, Vikings +246

Point spread: Packers -6, Vikings +6

Over/Under: 48

Winner: Vikings (28-22)

Spread: Vikings (+12 ATS)

O/U: 50 (Over +2)

Vikings vs. Packers All-Time Series

From 1961 to 2020, the Vikings and the Packers had 121 matchups. This record includes two postseason games in 2005 and in 2013.

Both teams also tied thrice, all during overtime, in 1978, 2013, and 2018. Overall, the Packers led the series with 63 wins, while the Vikings trailed with 55 games won.

2020 NFC North Standings

The Green Bay Packers placed first in the 2020 NFC North division rankings with 13 wins and three losses.

This performance qualified them for the postseason divisional playoff against the LA Rams. The Packers won the match 32-18 and moved to the conference championship against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Packers lost 26-31 against the Bucks and could not play in the Super Bowl championship.

On the other hand, the Minnesota Vikings settled for third place in the divisional rankings with seven wins and nine losses.

2020 NFL Season Notable Players

Minnesota Vikings

  • Kirk Cousins
  • Dalvin Cook
  • Justin Jefferson
  • Mike Hughes
  • Yannick Ngakoue

Green Bay Packers

  • Aaron Rodgers
  • Aaron Jones
  • Davante Adams
  • Kevin King
  • Jamaal Williams

How to Place Bets on the Packers vs. Vikings Odds

Moneyline: This type of bet determines which team wins in a match. Odds with a minus (-) sign denote favorites, while odds with a plus (+) sign are the underdogs.

For example, the Week 8 betting lines of the Packers vs. Vikings match are as follows:

  • Green Bay Packers -274
  • Minnesota Vikings +246

The Packers have -274 odds, indicating they are the favorites. If you place a $274 stake on them, you will receive $100 if the Packers win. Alternatively, if you bet $100 on the Vikings and the team wins, you receive a $246 profit.

Point spread: A team has to win or lose against the other contender by a certain number of points in this bet.

Suppose you encounter the following betting lines:

  • Baltimore Ravens -3.5
  • Cleveland Browns +3.5

If you bet on the Ravens at -3.5 odds, the team has to win over the Browns by four points or more for your bet to win.

If you bet instead on the Browns at +3.5 odds, the team may either outright win the match or lose by only three points or fewer for your bet to win.

Over/Under: Sportsbooks like SportsBetting.com often set a predetermined score representing both teams’ total or combined points in a match. Bettors predict if the actual combined score of both teams will go above or below that set score. 

Suppose the O/U in a Kansas City Chiefs vs. Las Vegas Raiders match is set at 56.5. If you place an “over” bet, the final combined score must be 57 points or more to win the bet.

If you choose “under” instead, the combined score must not exceed 56 points for you to win.

Prop Bets: Bettors may place bets on sporting milestones that do not necessarily affect the final outcome of a match. Some examples of prop bets include:

  • Which team will win the next game after a bye week?
  • Will the New York Jets win three games in a row in the next regular season?
  • Who will be the first-round pick in the next NFL Draft?
  • Will free agent and cornerback Holton Hill transfer to another team next year?
  • Will the Vikings’ defensive end Danielle Hunter play this season?
  • Will the Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer wear a jacket of any color other than black or purple during a match?
  • Will the Packers reach 30 points per game (PPG) next season?
  • Will Harrison Smith make five interceptions next season?

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