Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, fresh off their bye week, host the Bears in an NFC North division showdown. Earlier this week, BetSided editor Peter Dewey explained why he likes the Bears +13 and earlier today I broke down three prop bets I like for this game.
Of course, if you're looking for a higher-odds payout, a parlay is always an option and I'm cooking one up for this game.
Same game parlays, particularly on stand-alone prime time games, are a ton of fun. Bettors can still enjoy the intrigue of betting small and winning big if everything comes through, minus the waiting through an entire slate. You can focus in on one matchup and watch as your bets hopefully hit throughout the evening.
At WynnBET, you can build your own same-game parlay with a variety of betting options; ranging from the spread, total, alternatives spreads and totals, and several unique prop bets and promos with multiple outcomes. Most sportsbooks have you choose between one number, say, for example, receiving yards.
Here's my same-game parlay for Bears vs Packers, which pays out +1045 odds.
Best Same Game Parlay for Bears vs Packers
- Aaron Jones Anytime TD Scorer (-133)
- Packers Over 27.5 Points (-110)
- First Quarter Spread Bears +3.5 (-120)
- Davante Adams Under 91.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
Aaron Jones Anytime TD Scorer (-133)
Jones hurt his knee about a month ago, so the bye week should have given him time to recover. That's huge against a Bears team that allows over 120 rushing yards per game. Whether it's on the ground or through the air, I think Jones find the end zone this week as the Packers look to get him more involved in the game plan ahead of their playoff push.
Packers Over 27.5 Points (-110)
The Packers were hot on offense heading into the bye week, scoring over 30 points in their last two games. The Bears defense just got exposed by the Cardinals, giving up 33 in a loss. I think the Packers stay hot in this one, but they might not start out on fire...
First Quarter Spread Bears +3.5 (-120)
With Bears QB Justin Fields slated to return from injury, and with the Packers wanting to keep Aaron Rodgers healthy, I see a run-heavy attack in this one. That should lead to a quick first quarter and little scoring. The Packers have scored just four total TDs in the first quarter this year, which is why I also like the Bears here.
Davante Adams Under 91.5 Receiving Yards (-115)
The Bears give up just over 207 total passing yards per game (sixth-best in NFL) and only 162.8 yards on average to wide receivers. Adams was held to 89 receiving yards in the first game and, because I see a run-heavy approach, I don't see him going over this number tonight, even though I could see him scoring a TD.