GREEN BAY over Minnesota by 6
The good news for Green Bay is the fact that the Pack are 5-0 SU and 4-0-1 ATS all-time in regular season games on Saturdays, and are 22-3 SU and 15-82 ATS in their home finales. However, these strong trends hold little meaning if you have nothing to play for, which is now the case after Atlanta’s win on Monday night. That outcome officially eliminated the Pack from the post-season contention. Using Aaron Rodgers in this game now would seem irresponsible, but we’re sure the Packer veteran will try to make a strong case to Mike McCarthy to get the start against the team that crushed his collarbone earlier this season. Meanwhile, the Vikings still have plenty on the line, as they are in an all-out chase with the Eagles for the top seed in the NFC, and won’t let up now. Unfortunately, Minnesota is 0-6 SUATS all-time in division games on Saturdays. The bottom line, though, is we just can’t make a move here until Rodgers’ playing status is known. If he plays, we’re all-in with the Pack.