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NFL Football Gambling - Giants at Vikings

NFL football gambling pressure continues to mount for the New York Giants as they in the thick of the NFC East and wild card playoff race with the odds NFL.
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NFL football gambling fans have seen the Minnesota Vikings respond with 2 consecutive wins with the odds NFL since Leslie Frazier took over as coach.

The resurgent Minnesota Vikings will host the New York Giants on Sunday with a telecast on FOX set to kickoff at 1 PM ET.  Sports Gambling will have the side and total odds on this matchup so be sure and open your account today for all of the action leading up to and through the NFL playoffs.

The Giants have a NFL gambling record of 8-4 straight up and 6-6 against the spread with 7 of their 12 games going over the total.  Big Blue is tied for first place in the NFC East Division with Philadelphia.

The Giants are coming off their second win in a row as they scored a 31-7 home payout over Washington last week to get the money for the first time in 4 games.  New York has the NFL’s 4th ranked offense while the defense ranks 2nd best in the NFL with a vastly improved unit led by first year coordinator Perry Fewell.

Eli Manning is just under 3000 yards passing while Ahmad Bradshaw has cleared the 1000 yard mark for rushing.  The Giants have paid out in 3 of 5 road games this season.

Minnesota is 5-7 straight up and 4-8 with the NFL betting lines as they have an even 6-6 split on totals.  Last week the Vikings scored an easy 38-14 home payout over Buffalo as Brett Favre left the game early with a shoulder injury and is questionable for this one.

Adrian Peterson has gone over the 1100 yard mark rushing and is the key to the offensive attack regardless of who is at QB.  The defense has improved lately to rank 6th overall in the NFL.

Whether Favre plays or not this is a near must win NFL football gambling situation for the Giants as they cannot assume they will get any help from other teams in the playoff race and they want to remain in control of their own destiny.

While the Vikings are playing better under Frazier this is by far their toughest opponent since he took over as coach.