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NFL Football Gambling - Vikings at Eagles

NFL football gambling expectations were high for the Minnesota Vikings and low for the Eagles when the preseason NFL betting futures odds came out.
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NFL football gambling fortunes have seen a dramatic reversal however as the Vikings have suffered a catastrophic season while the Eagles have the inside track to the NFL betting post season.

NBC will feature the NFC matchup of the Philadelphia Eagles hosting the Minnesota Vikings with a start time of 8:30 PM ET. Sports-Gambling will have the side and total odds on this one so be sure and open your account for all of the action.

The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off an epic comeback win that will be forever remembered as the “New Miracle at the New Meadowlands” as they scored 28 points in the final 7 minutes to beat the New York Giants 38-31 and take over sole possession of first place in the NFC East in the process.

Philadelphia’s offense showed its quick strike capability and proved that no lead is ever too safe against them. Philadelphia ranks #1 for total offense while the defense ranks 13th. Michael Vick is having a MVP season at QB and has a 103.6 QB rating with a 20/5 TD/INT ratio while ranking 2nd on the team in rushing with 613 yards.

Vick passed for 242 yards and 3 TD’s while rushing for 130 yards and a TD in the comeback over the Giants. Philadelphia is now 10-4 straight up and 7-7 with the football betting lines as 10 of their games have gone over the total.

Minnesota is 5-9 straight up and 4-10 with the NFL betting odds with a 7-7 split on totals. The Vikings are coming off a bad 40-14 Monday Night loss to Chicago as Brett Favre was again injured after starting at quarterback with a mild concussion and is day to day. Adrian Peterson, who has 1149 yards rushing, is also day to day with a knee injury.

Philadelphia has had a near total domination of this NFL football gambling series with 10 payouts in the last 11 meetings including 5 straight. The series has gone under the total in 3 of the last 4 meetings. The Eagles have paid out in 6 consecutive home games against the Vikings with the last 2 meetings at Lincoln Financial Field going under the total.