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It’s week eighteen of the NFL season, and for the final regular season matchup on Sunday Night Football, we’ve been given a gift in a Packers vs. Lions showdown. Both teams sit at 8-8, a perfect .500, as we head into the game, and it’s an absolute must win for both sides. Despite all their struggles and questions around Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay has pushed themselves to a win and clinch position for a wildcard spot. As for Detroit, this game is also a must win for them if they want to clinch a playoff berth, but their fate also rides on the outcome of the Rams vs. Seahawks game, in which they’d need a tie or a loss from the Seahawks to keep their season going. The Lions are one of the scariest teams in the NFL this year, despite only winning eight games. When they’re offense is rolling, it’s a freight train that’s near impossible to stop, but unfortunately for Detroit, they’ve struggled to keep any kind of consistency throughout the season, which is where their eight losses came from. Traveling to Lambeau Field for Primetime football is no easy task, but of the teams that are up to the challenge of taking down Rodgers at home, the Lions are absolutely one of them. Green Bay has been a laughing stock at times, but their game against the Vikings last week showed that with a little bit of Cialis, Aaron Rodgers can still do enough to get the job done against good teams. Sure, the Vikings have already clinched a playoff spot, but that game wasn’t a throwaway for them, which must be a daunting thought for Detroit, especially as they travel to Rodgers’ house for their final regular season game. No one’s ever thrilled about taking home a five, but if you get two fives together, it’s the equivalent of a 10, which is what we’ve got coming to us this Sunday.
Vegas has the Packers favored at -4.5 as of now, which is a signal to their home field advantage and the fact that all they need to do is win to make the postseason, whereas Detroit is dependent upon the Rams not losing to Seattle as well as a victory. Rodgers and the Packers are on four games in a row, but make no mistake: Aaron Rodgers still hasn’t played great. He’s failed to go over 250 yards in any of those four games, and he’s still thrown two interceptions to just four touchdowns. To put that in perspective, Rodgers is responsible for just twenty-four of the 119 points the Packers have put up in that win streak. The meat of their offense has come from the run, which is what Detroit has struggled with this season. The good part of that, though, is that all the Lions have to do is stop the ground game. Rodgers won’t be able to do anything big through the air, as has been the case all year, so it’s all about preventing the run. If the Lions do manage to prevent big runs, their offense just needs to put points on the board. In the last matchup between these two teams, Detroit held Green Bay to just nine points and managed fifteen of their own to win the game. With the way the Packers have been playing, there’s no doubt it will be a higher scoring game than 15-9, but with the combination of weapons in the pass game, led by Amon-Ra St. Brown, and a running back committee that seems to trade off every other touchdown, the Lions should be able to put up some serious points on offense. This game is going to be tight. With playoffs on the line for both squads, they’re more desperate for a win than your friend on a six month dry spell, so it’s going to be a battle until the very last down. With that, though, the Lions are, overall, a much better team than the Packers, as their weapons come from all around. Take the Lions moneyline and get your $200 in site credit when a TD is scored.
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