Week 3 NFL Odds: Packers Vs. Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks will head into Monday Night Football at The Link as three-point underdogs to the visiting Green Bay Packers, according to OddsShark.

The Seahawks are 1-1 and have shown plenty of promise while competing in a surprisingly competitive NFC West. The division has seen each of its teams play to at least a .500 win percentage though Week 2. Marshawn Lynch has been the catalyst on offense and has made Russell Wilson's transition to NFL quarterback from the college ranks relatively seamless to this point in the season.

For the Packers, it's been a tale of two different games -- and, seemingly, teams -- thus far. They looked out of sorts in Week 1 against the San Francisco 49ers, but routed the Chicago Bears in Week 2. The young, talented defensive unit should prove to be another formidable test for the high-powered Green Bay offense.

Wide receiver Greg Jennings practiced on Wednesday and should be able to play after missing the Week 2 game against the Bears.

Here is more information on the betting lines for the Sep. 24 matchup:

Green Bay: -3

Seattle: +3

O/U: 46.5

For more in-depth coverage on the Seahawks, be sure to visit the team blog Field Gulls.

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