Packers vs Giants

Packers vs. Giants predictions, lines, and spreads for the 2022 NFL in London based on a roll of 140-105

A highly anticipated game between teams with one loss will take place on Sunday. The 32nd NFL game ever played in London features the Green Bay Packers and New York Giants. New York will play in London for the third time, while Green Bay will visit England for the first time. Additionally, the teams will face off in NFL London 2022 for the first time since 2019, with the victor starting the season with a 4-1 record.

In London, the game begins at 9:30 a.m. ET. The most recent Giants vs. Packers odds have Green Bay as an 8-point favorite, with 42 as the over/under, or total amount of points Vegas anticipates being scored. Check out SportsLine’s cutting-edge computer model’s NFL predictions and betting suggestions before to making any Giants vs. Packers predictions.

Since its start, the program, which simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, has profited roughly $7,000 for $100 players on the best NFL picks. The model has a remarkable 140-105 record on top-rated NFL picks going into Week 5 of the 2022 season, dating back to the 2017 campaign. Additionally, over the previous six years, the model has placed in the top 10 on NFLPickWatch four times for straight-up NFL picks and has defeated more than 94% of CBS Sports Football Pick’em players four times. Anyone who has followed it has come a long way.

The algorithm has now focused on the Giants vs. Packers matchup and has just finalized its picks and NFL Week 5 forecasts. To view the model’s predictions, go to SportsLine right away. Here are numerous NFL betting odds and lines for the Giants vs. Packers game:

The Giants can cover because

The Packers are playing the Giants and are only scoring 18.8 points per game, which is the fewest points for the team after four weeks since 2006. In addition to having top-10 rankings for first downs allowed, passing yards allowed, and passing touchdowns allowed, New York also ranks in the top 10 for points allowed per game (17.8) and per drive (1.61). The Giants are second only in red zone efficiency allowed, letting opponents to convert only 29.4% of their chances on third down.

In terms of offense, New York is No. 2 in the NFL with 5.8 yards per carry and leads the league with 770 rushing yards through four weeks. Saquon Barkley, who now leads the league in running yards, is the star of that offense, and New York recorded 262 rushing yards in Week 4.

The Packers’ ability to cover

The Packers are No. 6 in total offense with an average of 377.5 yards per game. They also rank in the top 10 in both yards per run and rushing yards (145.0 per game) (5.0). With a 69% completion rate and a top-10 ranking in throwing touchdowns, Aaron Rodgers is the quarterback of a formidable third-down team that converts 42.6% of opportunities.

With an average of 6.8 yards per carry and 327 rushing yards through four games, running back Aaron Jones leads the NFL. The Packers, on the other hand, rank in the top seven defenses in terms of scoring, total, first downs allowed, passing, and third down defense. In terms of passing offense, New York ranks towards the bottom, with the second-worst yardage total. The Giants also perform far worse than average in both third down and the end zone.

Making choices for the Giants vs. Packers game

According to SportsLine’s model, the total will go Over because both teams’ top rushers are expected to average at least five yards per carry. The spread has all of its value, according to the model, on one side. Only SportsLine has the model’s predictions for the Giants vs. Packers game.

Who wins the Giants and Packers game in London? Which side of the spread has the most value, exactly? Visit SportsLine right away to find out, all from the model that has dominated its NFL picks, which side of the Giants vs. Packers spread you should jump on on Sunday.

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