The main slate in Week 13 wraps up with a Sunday Night Football showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers. Kickoff from Lambeau Field is set for 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC, with both teams coming off an encouraging win over division rivals in Week 12.
Here’s how the public is betting on the Week 13 primetime matchup between the Chiefs and Packers.
Sunday Night Football betting splits
Chiefs vs. Packers
Spread: Chiefs -6
The public is riding with the Chiefs to cover the spread in this primetime matchup, with 70 percent of the handle and 79 percent of the bets on Kansas City. The Chiefs are 7-4 against the spread this season and 4-2 versus the spread when on the road. While Kansas City is equipped to win outright, they’ll need to remain efficient on offense in order to win by at least a touchdown.
72 percent of the handle and 68 percent of the bets are on the point total finishing over 42.5. Oddly enough, the point total has finished under in the majority of games for both these teams. Eight of Kansas City’s 11 games have finished under the point spread, likely a factor of their defense limiting their opponents to just 16.5 PPG (3rd).
Moneyline: Chiefs -258, Packers +210
There’s no surprise here, as 93 percent of the handle and 92 percent of the bets are on the Chiefs to win outright. The Packers’ win over the Detroit Lions last week was a sight to see, but Kansas City has the clear talent advantage on offense with Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce still forming one of the league’s best tandems.