NFL odds and lines 2013, Week 10: Eagles vs. Packers

Green Bay is a heavy favorite over Philadelphia in Week 10.

The Green Bay Packers had a four-game winning streak broken against the rival Chicago Bears in Week 9, but have a solid opportunity to get back in the win column when they host the struggling Philadelphia Eagles in Week 10 on Sunday. Green Bay (5-3) is first in their division and has beaten some solid teams, while the Eagles (4-5) are second in the NFC East, but did just manage to obliterate the Oakland Raiders after quarterback Nick Foles threw seven touchdown passes.

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Foles is the starter going forward, given Michael Vick's lingering hamstring injury and his own strong play, but he'll have a tough task of besting Green Bay. Sure, they have a poor secondary, but they are so good at everything else. That's why Green Bay opened up as 10-point favorites, according to OddsShark.

The line has narrowed throughout the week, due to the loss of quarterback Aaron Rodgers to an unspecified shoulder injury, and a subsequent loss, on Monday Night Football, but with Lambeau Field in their favor, the Packers can still be had favored as high as 9 points on some books. The over/under for the matchup opened at 53. That total has gone over in nine of Philadelphia's last 12 games, and under in four of Green Bay's last five.

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