Last Updated Oct 30, 2022, 9:10 PM
Green Bay Packers vs. Buffalo Bills Same Game Parlay Picks and Predictions
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Packers vs. Bills SGP Picks
- Green Bay Packers Over 19.5 Points Scored (+125)
- Aaron Rodgers (GB) Over 1.5 Touchdowns Passes (+125)
- Josh Allen (BUF) Over 39.5 Rushing Yards (-120)
The Packers are off to an incredibly frustrating start to the season, as Aaron Rodgers and co. averaged just 18.3 PPG on 332 YPG across an ugly 3-4 skid to open, which includes head-scratching losses to the Giants, Jets, and Commanders.
I’ll back Green Bay to score 20+ PTS here, as there’s no getting around it, the Packers have been one of the biggest disappointments in the league thus far, if not the biggest. However, they’ve still scored 21+ PTS in three of their last four contests (20 PPG), and while the Bills very well could erupt for 30+ PTS and run away with this game by double-digits, I think we’ll see a desperate Packers squad keep things close in Buffalo on Sunday night.
The Packers offense has been pretty terrible through the first seven weeks the season, but somehow, weaved through all the chaos, Rodgers still managed to throw two or more touchdown passes in five-of-seven contests to open, with his only two outings falling short of that number coming in a 23-7 loss to Minnesota in Week 1 and a 27-10 loss to the Jets in Week 6.
I’ll back Rodgers to accomplish that feat again here, as he’s already thrown 2+ TD passes in five of his last six contests, and I fear anything less than that might set the stage for a lopsided battle on Sunday night.
The Bills posted an impressive road win over Kansas City in their latest affair, however, Josh Allen was bottled up in the run game for the most part, as Allen rushed a season-high 12 times for just 32 yards on the way to a 24-20 victory.
Prior to his latest performance, though, Allen rushed for 40+ yards in four-of-five contests to open the season, which included a pair of outings with 55+ rushing yards against the Rams and Ravens. So, I’ll back Allen to get back on track in the rushing department here.