Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles Pick & Prediction NOVEMBER 27th 2022

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia
Logo Green Bay Packers
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6.5 -110
45.5o -114



Although he’s playing with a broken thumb, Aaron Rodgers will take the field this weekend. It’ll be a tough game for him, as he faces the best team in the NFL. The Green Bay Packers are known for pulling off upsets, however, so don’t count them out yet. If they can get their offense going early, perhaps they can pull off an upset this weekend.

The Philadelphia Eagles come into this game with a record of 9-1. It has been an impressive year for them, putting up incredible numbers on offense. Their defense also ranks as one of the best in the league. They suffered their first loss of the season only a few weeks ago and it was to a division rival. Could the Eagles be in jeopardy of losing another one on Sunday?

Packers vs. Eagles Betting Lines


MONEY LINE: Packers (+250) vs. Eagles (-310)

SPREAD: Packers +6.5 (-105) vs. Eagles -6.5 (-115)

GAME TOTAL: Over 46.5 (-110) vs. Under 46.5 (-110)

Packers vs. Eagles Preview, Trends and Stats

The Green Bay Packers had very high hopes to start the season. There are a few good pieces, but the offense hasn’t really come together yet. Last week, they lost 27-17 to the Tennessee Titans, but prior to that, they beat the Dallas Cowboys.

Inconsistency on offense is a big problem that we saw during a five-game losing streak. As a team, the Packers rank 26th in the NFL, averaging just 18.4 points per game. Earning yards isn’t the problem, but scoring points has been a big issue.

Their defense ranks 16th in the NFL, allowing 22.1 points per game. This week, they’re 6.5-point underdogs, but they’re playing one of the best offenses in the league. They’re also dealing with several injuries; this includes a right thumb injury to Aaron Rodgers.

A team that hasn’t let anyone down this season is the Philadelphia Eagles. With an impressive 9-1 record, the Eagles come into this game as pretty heavy favorites. On offense, the Eagles rank fourth in the NFL, averaging 26.3 points per game.

One thing you can’t forget about is how good their defense is this season. Allowing just 18.3 points per game, the Eagles are seventh in the NFL in points allowed. They also know how to control the clock, averaging 142.5 rushing yards per game.

Packers vs. Eagles Predictions

The Packers have the potential to be a really good team, but they haven’t tapped into it. Even if Rodgers plays, he’s not at 100% right now. The Eagles will send a lot of blitz packages to get him off of his game. Another injury could see Rodgers sidelined for the rest of the season.

The Eagles defense will be the catalyst for them winning this game. As long as they can get after Rodgers, the Eagles offense will do the rest. It’ll likely start off as a close game, but we expect the Eagles to pull away in the end.

Final Score: 28-18 (Eagles)


1. The Packers are 2-6 against the spread in their last eight games.

2. The total has gone under in five of Green Bay's last five games when playing on the road against Philadelphia.

3. The Eagles have a 4-1 record against the spread at home this season.

Best Bet: Eagles -6.5 (-115) and Under 46.5 (-110)

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Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles Recap NOV 27TH 2022

Jalen Hurts ran for a career-high 157 yards and threw two touchdown passes as the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the visiting Green Bay Packers 40-33 on Sunday night.

Hurts completed 16 of 28 passes for 153 yards. He rushed 17 times and broke the team record for rushing yards by a quarterback set by Michael Vick with 130 against the New York Giants in 2010.

Philadelphia (10-1) rushed for a whopping 363 of its 500 total yards and matched its best start since the 2017 team that won Super Bowl LII. Miles Sanders ran for 143 yards and two touchdowns.

Green Bay (4-8) fought hard but lost for the seventh time in eight games and fell to 1-6 away from home, including a Week 5 loss to the Giants in London.

Aaron Rodgers passed for 140 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions before leaving the game with an oblique injury late in the third quarter. His nine interceptions this year are his most since tossing 11 in 2010.

Hurts' 6-yard TD pass to A.J. Brown put the Eagles up 34-20 midway through the third.

Rodgers, playing with a broken thumb since the setback in England, departed after Mason Crosby's 29-yard field goal made it 34-23 with 2:03 left in the third.

Jordan Love took over in the fourth quarter, trailing 37-23 after Jake Elliott's 31-yard field goal. Love's third pass was a 63-yard TD to Christian Watson -- the rookie receiver's sixth score in his last three games -- to make it 37-30 with 9:00 left.

Elliott's 54-yard field goal pushed Philadelphia's lead back to 10 with 2:16 left.

Crosby answered with a 33-yarder with 1:08 left, but the Eagles recovered the onside kick and ran out the clock.

Love finished 6-of-9 for 113 yards and Watson had four catches for 110 yards.

Kenneth Gainwell's 4-yard TD run capped the opening drive of the game by the Eagles.

Rodgers' first pick led to a 15-yard TD run by Sanders and a 13-0 lead for Philadelphia.

AJ Dillon's 20-yard TD run put the Packers on the board. Rodgers' 11-yard strike to Randall Cobb put them in front, 14-13.

Sanders scored from 2 yards out on the first snap of the second quarter to move the Eagles back on top 20-14.

After Quay Walker's 63-yard fumble return, Rodgers tied it up with a 23-yard TD to Aaron Jones.

With 13 seconds left, Hurts' 30-yard TD to Quez Watkins gave Philadelphia a 27-20 lead at halftime.

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