- Allen Lazard will miss Thursday’s game due to positive COVID-19 tests while Davante Adams is unlikely to play.
- The line, in favor of the Arizona Cardinals, went from -3.5 to -6.5 after the tests.
- The Green Bay Packers now have +225 betting odds on the moneyline.
GLENDALE, Ariz. – The Green Bay Packers have become even bigger underdogs against the Arizona Cardinals following the news of Davante Adams and Allen Lazard testing positive for COVID-19.
How The Line Has Shifted
As recently as Monday, the Arizona Cardinals were -3.5 on sports betting sites over the Green Bay Packers. However, since the news of Davante Adams and Allen Lazard testing positive for COVID-19,the line has shifted further in the favor of Arizona.
Cardinals vs Packers Spread Odds
- Arizona Cardinals -6.5 -115
- Green Bay Packers +6.5 -105
Adams and Lazard are the wide receivers on Green Bay with the most targets, receptions and yards which leaves two big holes to be filled in their offense. However, Aaron Rodgers has played without Adams before and has performed extremely well without him.
Aaron Rodgers’ Success Without Davante Adams
Since Matt LaFleur has become the Packers’ head coach, the team is undefeated with Adams missing from the lineup.
Per StatMuse, Rodgers averaged 261.1 yards per game and has completed 67.8% of his passes in games without Adams and has combined for 22 touchdowns and three interceptions in his 10 games.
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Further, Rodgers has been even better in his most recent five games without his top target.
Rodgers has averaged 325.4 yards and has tallied 17 touchdowns and just one interception. Those betting on the NFL can find Green Bay with generous odds on the moneyline against the undefeated Cardinals.
Packers vs Cardinals Moneyline Odds
- Green Bay Packers +225
- Arizona Cardinals -275
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