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CashBet’s Best Preview for Sunday’s Minnesota vs. Cincinnati Match in Paul Brown Stadium (September 12, 2021)

Minnesota Vikings vs. Cincinnati Bengals

The Minnesota Vikings will play their first regular-season game against Cincinnati Bengals for their week 1 NFL action. The Vikings will take the road as they kick off from Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Minnesota dropped all their preseason games after their recent defeat against the Chiefs. The Cincinnati Bengals had a big win against the Buccaneers but they dropped their last two games against Washington and Miami. The NFL over/under wins 2021 has predicted the Vikings to win this game despite their poor preseason performance.

Minnesota’s Reinforcements

The Vikings are a weak team in terms of defense as they ranked 27 last season. The good news is that they brought top players like Danielle Hunter, Michael Pierce, Eric Kendricks, and Anthony Bar. All four players struggled with injuries last season. Patrick Peterson is the addition from the cornerback spot. Kirk Cousins did a decent job from the quarterback position while Dalvin Cook topped his team in rushing.

Minnesota vs. Cincinnati Betting Information

Date: Sunday, September 12, 2021
Time: 1:00 PM ET
Location: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
TV Coverage: TV

Minnesota vs. Cincinnati Betting Odds

Vikings -3.5 (-115) 48.5 o (-112) -133
Bengals +3.5 (-108) 48.5 u (-110) +115
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The Vikings played weak from their defensive end in their last three games. Minnesota is one team that will depend on their offensive unit to get past opponents. The Vikings will bring in their top players in this game and are expected to put up a good show. Cincinnati Bengals experienced their own struggles but they managed to lose with a small difference in the scores.

Bengals Bring on Deadweight

Cincinnati will enter this season under the guidance of head coach Zac Taylor. Joe Burrow will have the responsibility from the quarterback spot since the Bengals lack the offensive skills. Riley Reiff and Jackson Carman are the new additions that will help the Bengals. However, Samaje Perine and Joe Mixon have been a sling disappointment. Cincinnati held the 22nd rank in their scoring defense and 26th in total.

Minnesota vs. Cincinnati Pick

The NFL division odds are intact for the Vikings to take out the Bengals with their offensive power. The Bengals lack the defense and the Vikings have the offense to outrun and get those extra points on board.   

Minnesota Vikings vs Cincinnati Bengals CashBet Free Bet: Minnesota Vikings.


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