NFL sports betting backers of the Giants have made a lot of money since last season’s super bowl run while the Vikings have been a consistently bad pro football betting value. The New York Giants covered the NFL sports betting spread in 10 of their first 14 games of the season and were a strong pro football betting road team with a record of 5-2 against the number away from home.
The Giants did suffer a bit of a NFL sports betting value depletion, however, as they opened the pro football betting season 10-2 against the spread before losing 2 straight.
The Giants were so hot dating back to last season that they were bound to eventually experience a NFL sports betting correction as they were on a pace against the NFL betting lines that nobody could realistically expect them to maintain.
New York’s NFL sports betting strength was that they were solid on both sides of the line of scrimmage as they ranked 8th overall on offense while ranking 6th overall on defense. Quarterback Eli Manning’s performance tailed off somewhat in recent weeks, which hasn’t helped the cause.
If there is one consistent NFL sports betting fact that you can take to the bank it’s the inconsistency of the Minnesota Vikings. It is never wise to get too firm in one’s NFL sports betting opinion about the Vikings. Minnesota was 9-5 straight up but just 6-8 against the NFL betting lines.
The Vikings NFL sports betting value improved somewhat in recent weeks, however, after a bad start in which they were 3-7 against the spread in their first 10 games. Minnesota’s NFL sports betting strength was their 7th ranked defense, which was just as expected.
The Vikings offense, especially at quarterback, has not been a NFL sports betting asset. The Vikings went over the total in 9 of their first 14 games with an even 3-3 split at the Metrodome.
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