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.
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.