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Game Info: Green Bay Packers (3-3-1, 0-3 Away) @ New England Patriots (6-2, 4-0 Home)

Date: Sunday, Nov. 4

Time: 8:20 p.m. EST

Location: Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Massachusetts


Odds Provided by FanDuel Sportsbook

Moneyline: GB: (+188) | NE: (-220)

Spread: GB: +5 (+110) | NE: -5 (-110)

Total: 46.5 – Over (+100) | Under (-120)

Interesting Stats:

  • Despite a lack of road victories, Aaron Rodgers has a quarterback rating of 101.7 when away from home. Along with that, he's thrown 6 touchdowns to zero interceptions.
  • New England hasn't lost at home since Week 4 of 2017 when they fell to the Carolina Panthers. 
  • The Packers are 0-3 on the road this season and are coming off a two-point loss against the Rams in LA. 
  • Rob Gronkowski hasn't reached the end-zone since Week 1 of this season. Last time these teams met, Gronkowski recorded seven receptions for 98 yards. 


Best Prop Bets:

  • Rob Gonkowski to score first touchdown (+1000): Green Bay has yet to allow a touchdown to an opposing tight end this season, but this is a fun one. Gronk is hungry and the Patriots are eager to get him more involved in the red zone. Of course, Gronk might not play in this game, so be careful with this bet. 
  • Tom Brady under 22.0 fantasy points (-110): The Packers have allowed the 5th fewest passing yards to opposing quarterback this season. Without thinking too much, Brady might seem like an obvious play but Green Bay has quietly had a great season from their secondary.

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