What are the odds?

Brett Favre

Packers have a 40-1 chance of winning the Super Bowl or division, according to oddsmaker

Here are some Green Bay Packers odds for this season on the team and some individuals courtesy of Bodog (www.newbodog.com): Team Odds
Odds to win the 2008 Super Bowl XLII
Green Bay Packers: 40/1

Odds to win the 2008 NFC Championship
Green Bay Packers: 16/1

Odds to win the NFC North Division
Green Bay Packers: 11/2
Chicago Bears: 2/7
Detroit Lions: 4/1
Minnesota Vikings: 5/1

Win Totals
2007-08 NFL Regular Season Wins - Green Bay Packers
Over: 7½ (+135)
Under: 7½ (-165)

Will Brett Favre be back with the Green Bay Packers for the 2008 season?
Yes: +300
No: -500

Brett Favre - Passing Yards
Over 3880: -120
Under 3880: -120

Brett Favre - Passing Touchdowns
Over: 21½ (-120)
Under: 21½ (-120)

Brett Favre - Pass Interceptions
Over: 19 (-120)
Under: 19 (-120)

Vernand Morency - Rushing Yards
Over 700: (-120)
Under 700: (-120)

Vernand Morency - Rushing Touchdowns
Over 4: (-120)
Under 4: (-120)

Brandon Jackson - Rushing Yards
Over 600: (-120)
Under 600: (-120)
Brandon Jackson - Rushing Touchdowns
Over 3½ (-105)
Under: 3½ (-125)

Donald Driver - Receiving Yards
Over 1,230: (-120)
Under: 1,230 (-120)

Donald Driver - Pass Receptions
Over 88½: (-120)
Under 88½: (-120)

Donald Driver - Receiving Touchdowns
Over 8: (-120)
Under 8: (-120)

Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila - Sacks
Over 10: (-120)
Under 10: (-120)

Aaron Kampman - Tackles (Solo + Assisted)
Over 86½: (-120)
Under 86½: (-120)

Aaron Kampman - Sacks
Over 11 ½ (-120)
Under 11 ½ (-120)

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