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Patriots vs. Vikings CashBet Odds and Picks

At the beginning of the season, the Minnesota Vikings were ignored in the future market.  The betting on NFL public viewed Minnesota as a team that was an empty promise.  By contrast, The New England Patriots drew betting interest based on making the 2021 AFC playoffs.  And they did so with rookie Mac Jones as quarterback.  Last week, Minnesota reminded the experts why they couldn’t be trusted.  Even as they are running away with the NFC North.  In comparison, New England has been inconsistent.  But they’re in the thick of the AFC wild-card playoff race.  

New England Patriots vs. Minnesota Vikings Betting Information

Date: Thursday, November 24, 2022
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Location: US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
TV Coverage: NBC

New England Patriots vs. Minnesota Vikings Betting Odds

Patriots +2½ ( -110 ) 42½ ( -110 ) +120
Vikings -2½ ( -110 ) 42½ ( -110 ) -140
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Patriots Vikings CashBet Wagering Analysis  

Casual gamblers will back the home favorite Vikings with one of the best records in the NFC.  Minnesota is no longer ignored and has the full Bitcoin sportsbook attention of the gambling community.  In comparison, New England will draw attention from Wise Guys as a solid road dog that could be getting extra sugar from oddsmakers.

Patriots Jump Into AFC Playoff Contention

Last game, the New England Patriots won 10-3 against the New York Jets as 3.5-point home favorites.  The game went under the Betting on football total of 38.5.  New England has a record of 6-4 straight up, 6-3-1 against the spread, and 4-6 over/under the total.  New England ranks 25th for total offense, 24th for passing, 17th for rushing, and 20th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 4th overall, 4th against the pass, 13th against the rush, and 2nd for points allowed.  Also, 29th ranks 8th for turnovers lost and x for takeaways.

Late on, the NFL went ten weeks and hundreds of kicks without a player returning a punt for a touchdown.  Marcus Jones made the first of the season one to remember.  To show, the New England rookie returned a punt 84 yards for a touchdown with 5 seconds remaining.

Hence, Jones’ score was the lone TD of the game.  And the TD broke a stalemate on a day when both offenses struggled to move the ball.

Vikings Humbled vs. Home by Dallas

Last game, the Minnesota Vikings lost 40-3 against the Dallas Cowboys as 1.5-point home dogs.  The game went under the NFL bets total of 48.5.  Minnesota has a record of 8-2 straight up, 4-5-1 against the spread, and 5-5 over/under the total.  Minnesota ranks 18th for total offense, 10th for passing, 24th for rushing, and 13th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 29th overall, 31st against the pass, 18th against the rush, and 19th for points allowed.  Also, Minnesota ranks 9th for turnovers lost and 3rd for takeaways.

Tony Pollard had two touchdown catches with a career-high 189 yards from scrimmage.  And the Cowboys sacked Kirk Cousins a career-most seven times Sunday in a blowout victory over the Vikings.

Namely, Dak Prescott was flawless at quarterback.   Ezekiel Elliott rushed for two scores in his return from injury.  Brett Maher made four field goals.  Including a 60-yarder to end the first half.  The Cowboys scored on their first seven possessions, and the defense was just as good.  In turn, Micah Parsons and Dorance Armstrong had two sacks apiece in the fifth-largest loss ever for the Vikings.  Accordingly, it was the biggest road win in Cowboys’ history.

Parsons promised Prescott and the offense this week the Cowboys would never again lose a 14-point fourth quarter.  Last week Dallas did just that for the first time in franchise history when they fell in overtime to the Packers.

Following the surrender of 200 rushing yards in consecutive games for the first time since their 1960 inaugural season, the Cowboys flipped the script.  Dallas gained 108 yards on the ground in the first half.  Seven of their eight third-down conversions came by rushing.

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In this situation, Minnesota has a strong motivational angle with the NFL Betting odds to redeem itself.  

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