Bears vs. Packers Best Prop Bets for Sunday Night Football

Chicago Bears running back David Montgomery.
Chicago Bears running back David Montgomery. / Daniel Bartel-USA TODAY Sports

The Week 2 edition of Sunday Night Football will feature one of the oldest rivalries in the NFL as the Chicago Bears head to Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers.

Not many people would have expected it, but the Bears will enter the game at 1-0 while the Packers will seek their first win of the season after losing to the Vikings in the opening week.

If you want our betting preview for the game, check it out here.

In this article, I'm going to give you my three favorite prop bets to place for tonight's showdown. All odds listed below are via FanDuel Sportsbook.

Sunday Night Football Prop Bets

Allen Lazard OVER 38.5 Receiving Yards (-113)

I know Allen Lazard is coming off an injury that kept him out of the Packers Week 1 game against the Vikings, but even though he may not be at 100%, Aaron Rodgers is going to feed him the ball. Rodgers couldn't rely on any of his pass-catchers last Sunday, geetting visibly frustrated with them throughout the game.

Lazard will provide him with some familiarity, and Rodgers will likely use him as his security blanket. I think he goes way over his set total for receiving yards of 38.5.

David Montgomery OVER 42.5 Rushing Yards (-113)

The biggest weakness for the Packers defense, is their ability to stop the run. They were one of the worst run defenses in the NFL in 2021, and then they allowed Dalvin Cook to run for 90 yards on 20 carries in their Week 1 matchup.

David Montgomery didn't look so great in the opening week, averaging just 1.53 yards per rush, but we can point to the sloppy and wet conditions as a cause of that. He averaged 4.2 yards per carry in his only game against the Packers last season, so a similar performance should get him close to his set total of 42.5.

Randall Cobb Anytime TD +300

I tried this last week and it didn't work, but I'm on it again for tonight's prime time game. Randall Cobb has long been a target for Aaron Rodgers, and he's especially been a top target for him in the red zone.

Just last season, Cobb scored five touchdowns on only 28 receptions. Rodgers trusts him down at the goalline, so at +300, I'm willing to take a shot.

You can track Iain's bets on Betstamp here.