Kickoff is at 1:00 ET on Sunday. The Titans boast a perfect 3-0 record and are 2-0 at home ATS so far this season, while the Vikings are 1-2 SU and 0-1 on the road against the pointspread in 2008. Tennessee is one of six NFL teams that are still undefeated, and the only team in its division with a winning record.
The Titans played host to the Houston Texas last weekend, where NFL oddsmakers slated them to be a 4.5-point home favorite, with the ‘total’ at 40. Tennessee took its first lead of the game, 7-3, after Texans QB Matt Schaub threw an interception in the first quarter.
The Titans added two more touchdowns on offense in the second quarter, and a third one, a 99 yard interception return by Cortland Finnegan in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter, to make it a three possession game and secure the victory.
The Titans covered the football betting line in their 31-12 victory, and both teams helped over bettors to put a little coin in their pockets. Minnesota was laying 3.5-points to the Carolina Panthers in last Sunday NFL betting affair at the Metrodome with the ‘total’ closing at 37.5.
The Vikings elected to start veteran QB Gus Frerotte instead of Tarvaris Jackson, and he played well, despite throwing an interception in the first quarter. The big story in this one was the Vikings defense, which held the Panthers to only 47 yards rushing for the entire game.
Minnesota got its first win of the season against a very talented Panthers squad and was able to cover the NFL betting line in the process. However, the Vikings 20-10 victory resulted in only 30 points, 7.5 shy of the predicted number.
The Tennessee Titans are a three point favorite over the visiting Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon; the ‘total’ is predicted to be 36. For all NFL spread, total, and money line betting, go to Sports-Gambling.com today and open an account.