NFL Week 13 Odds: Aaron Rodgers' Packers The Most Backed Team Against The Spread This Sunday

We look at the 5 most backed teams ATS this NFL Sunday
Samuel Farley
Sun, December 6, 11:57 AM

This Sunday we look at the five most backed teams, against the spread. We gather this insight using our exclusive OddsChecker data, which tells us which teams have been most bet on, through OddsChecker, over the past 24 hours.

1. Green Bay Packers (-9.0) vs. Philadelphia Eagles - 71.98%

Packers -9 @ -106

The Eagles are a mess right now, from the coaching staff, through Carson Wentz and down to their large injury list. It's understandable why bettors don't have any confidence in Philadelphia at Lambeau Field and a huge 71.98% of bettors are backing Green Bay to get the win.

2. Las Vegas Raiders (-7.5) @ New York Jets - 68.10%

Raiders - 7.5 @ -108

This may not be a vote of confidence in the Jets, and may actually say more about bettors views about the New York Jets. The Jets haven't won a game yet and it's easy to understand why bettors are backing the Raiders to cover, even with the spread larger than a single score.

3. Arizona Cardinals (+2.5) vs. Los Angeles Rams - 67.22%

Cardinals +2.5 @ +100

It's hard to call any divisional game but a game between these two teams is epecially hard to call. Both have idealistic head coaches and it's a real battle between an incredible offense and an insane defense. Bettors are backing the Cards here and are hoping that offense trumps defense.

4. Kansas City Chiefs (-13.5) vs. Denver Broncos - 65.19%

Chiefs +13.5 @ +100

Do I really need to write much here? The Chiefs have Patrick Mahomes and the best offense in the National Football League. The Broncos are still hit with injuries and although they're in a better spot than they were last week against the Saints it's going to be hard for them to defeat the Super Bowl favorites.

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5. New York Giants (+11.0) @ Seattle Seahawks - 64.65%

Giants +11 @ -115

Perhaps a surprising team here as we've seen money pile in on the New York Giants. With the Seattle defense in a mess, and Russell Wilson coming off a couple of less than impressive performances, it's perhaps given bettors hope that the Giants defense will be able to stifle the MVP candidate.

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