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NFL Week 13 Odds New England Vs Green Bay

Tom Brady, Gronk and the New England Patriots will be on the road to take on Aaron Rodgers, Clay Mathews and the Green Bay Packers at 4:25 pm ET on Sunday at Lambeau Field. Sitting at 9-2, New England would have home-field advantage in the AFC Playoffs if the season ended today. While the 8-3 Packers cannot say the same, no team in the league has played better overall football than Green Bay since the end of September…other than the Patriots.

The NFL week 13 odds have the home town Packers favored by a field goal against the Patriots with a game total of a lofty 58.5.

Matchup: New England Patriots at Green Bay Packers  
Date: Nov. 30, 2014 
Start Time: 4:25 p.m. ET 
Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin
Stadium: Lambeau Field
TV Info: CBS
Radio:  New England Vs  Green Bay
Point Spread: Packers -3
Game Total: 58.5

Analyzing The NFL Week 13 Odds – New England Patriots at Green Bay Packers

The New England Patriots lead the AFC Conference with a 9-2 record and arrive at this game with seven straight victories, where they have averaged 39.2 points per game. The Pats offense is the number one scoring unit in the NFL, averaging 32.5 points per game, and they have done by ranking 6th in passing yards and 15th in rushing yards. QB Tom Brady has thrown for 2998 yards, 26 TDs and 6 INTs this season for a 101.0 passer rating. TE Rob Gronkowski leads all team’s receivers with 812 yards, & 9 TDs, followed by WR Julian Edelman with 70 catches, 695 yards & 2 TDs, and WR Brandon LaFell with 48 receptions, 674 yards & 5 TDs. RB Shane Vereen leads all Patriots tailbacks with 340 yards & 1 TD but last week new addition RB Legarrette Blount ran for 78 yards and 2 scored in the 34-9 victory over the Detroit Lions.

The Patriots’ defensive unit is one of the most underrated in the league; they are 14th in total defense and 12th in scoring defense, allowing 20.6 points per game. New England’s turnover differential is +11, second best in the NFL with 20 takeaways (12 INTs & 8 fumbles) and only nine giveaways.

The Green Bay Packers are in the top of the NFC North division with an 8-3 record and have the second best mark in the NFC Conference, behind the Cards, after beating the Minnesota Vikings 24-21 last week. Their offense is second best in points scored in the league with 32.2 per game, only behind the Patriots, and they rank 8th best in passing yards and 18th best rushing. QB Aaron Rodgers has thrown 2957 yards 30 TDs & 3 INTs for an 119.3 passer rating this season. His best has been WR Jordy Nelson with 68 catches, 1066 yards & 9 TDs, and followed closely by WR Randall Cobb with 58 receptions, 837 yards & 10 TDs. RB Eddie Lacy ran for 125 yards and 2 TDs (one running and one catching) in the victory against the Vikings and now has 672 rushing yards this season with 6 TDs.

The Green Bay defense allows 22.4 points and 371.1 yards per game but they are plus 15 in turnover ratio.

The Patriots are 7-4 against the spread in 2014, and 4-0 ATS in their last 4 games following a SU win, 6-0 ATS vs. a team with a winning record, 33-16-3 ATS in their last 52 games as an underdog, but 0-8 ATS in their last 8 games on grass.

The Packers are 6-4-1 against the spread this season and 5-0-1 ATS in their last 6 home games, 20-8-1 ATS in their last 29 games following an ATS loss, 20-7-1 ATS vs. a team with a winning record, but 2-7 ATS in their last 9 games in November.

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