The Green Bay Packers (5-6) are coming off their best win of the season, and they'll look for another signature win against the Kansas City Chiefs (8-3) when Patrick Mahomes visits Lambeau Field for the first time in his career on "Sunday Night Football."
Kansas City was looking for a full performance against the Las Vegas Raiders and got a strong second half from the offense in a 31-17 win in the Sin City. Despite trailing by two touchdowns early, the Chiefs regrouped and got back on the winning side to stay in the race for the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs.
What a Thanksgiving it was for the Packers as they went into Ford Field and beat a Detroit Lions team that dismantled them in their home stadium earlier this season. A great first half performance propelled Green Bay to the win, and there's now a shot at the playoffs for a team looking at a rebuild just a few weeks ago.
Packers vs. Chiefs odds, moneyline, over/under
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Spread: Chiefs (-5.5)
Moneyline: Chiefs (-250); Packers (+200)
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Lorenzo Reyes: Chiefs 23, Packers 21
The Packers have been far better in recent weeks, though with Jordan Love, a dud game may be lurking. Kansas City’s offense has been very average, though it woke up against the Raiders. Green Bay’s defense is better than Las Vegas’.
Tyler Dragon: Chiefs 28, Packers 20
In Week 12, rookie Rashee Rice became the first Chiefs wide receiver to go over 100 receiving yards since Week 7 of last season. Is Rice the answer to Kansas City’s receiver problems? The Chiefs don’t have many holes on their roster outside of their receiving corps. Green Bay’s Jordan Love has looked like a franchise QB the past two games, but the Chiefs pose quite a challenge.
Safid Deen: Chiefs 27, Packers 23
The Packers have found their groove with two straight wins all will play the Chiefs tough. But Kansas City will continue to find itself offensively and win in Green Bay’s Lambeau Field on Sunday night.
Victoria Hernandez: Chiefs 27, Packers 20
The Packers have pulled out a series of unexpected wins and are back at home. Plus last week, the Raiders had us in the first half, but the Chiefs proved that they are still one of the elite teams in the AFC with a comeback win. Patrick Mahomes has been showing remarkable leadership and accountability and he will get his team on top in Lambeau.
Jordan Mendoza: Chiefs 24, Packers 20
Kansas City looks to be back in rhythm after last week, but going into Lambeau in primetime spells a trap game for the defending Super Bowl champions. The Packers are clicking at the right time, but it's a tall task for Jordan Love to dissect the Chiefs' secondary. Kansas City wins, but don't cover a spread that seems bigger than it should be.
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