Money Line: -130.00 Minnesota (Home)
The Packers were 13-3 last year, and they beat the Vikings twice. Heading into the playoffs though, there were plenty of warning signs that this team wasn't as good as it's record would lead you to believe. After sneaking past Seattle, they were embarrassed in a 37-20 loss at San Francisco. Everyone knew the 49ers would try to run the ball, but there was nothing the Packers could do to stop it. This off-season Green Bay chose to draft another quarterback, rather than add offensive weapons for the HOF quarterback they already have. Aaron Rodgers is 6-6 in his career in Minnesota, and I think he's in a tough spot in this season opener. The Vikings have a tough defense, and a beast in the backfield in Dalvin Cook. The Vikings are 11-5 ATS in their last 16 games in September, and they have covered the spread in four straight season openers.