Bruce Kluckhohn-US PRESSWIRE
The Detroit Lions are slight underdogs to the Green Bay Packers for their Week 11 matchup.
The Detroit Lions aren't where they hoped they'd be at this point in the season, but they're only one game away from .500, and still have plenty of time to turn this year around. They've got a tough opponent to try and get things squared away though, as they play host to the 6-3 Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
According to OddsShark.com, the Lions opened up as three and a half point underdogs for the game, and thus far, the line hasn't moved at all. This likely means that there's been little or equal action on both teams in regards to betting. That being said, it's likely the line is so close due to the fact that it's a home game for the Lions, as the Packers have clearly been the better team this season.
The over/under is set right around 51 points, and given the offenses at work here, it's easy to see why. The total has gone over in five of Green Bay's last six games, and four of Detroit's last five games.