Oddsmakers sent out the Packers as the highest-priced favorite through six weeks of action, but the 14.5-point spread wasn't enough to contain last year's Super Bowl champions.
The NFC match-up was the fifth-highest wagered game in the city, with over 80 percent of the action coming in on the host.
From a handicapper's perspective, Green Bay backers lucked out in a big way, as the team was out-gained by a 424-399 margin.
It's a result that had many underdog bettors shaking their heads in disbelief—including Bleacher Report's sports betting columnist.
Laying double-digit points is tough enough for NFL teams to cover on a weekly basis, but doing it in this manner just doesn't happen.
It didn't happen during the entire 2010-11 regular season.
The last time such an event happened in the sports betting world was on Oct. 11, 2009, as the Minnesota Vikings tallied a 38-10 win as 10-point favorites, but lost the statistical battle by 23 yards.
Want to take a guess which team left bettors shaking their heads on that day?
The St. Louis Rams.
Nobody said sports betting was easy, and this box score goes a long way in proving just that.
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