NFL Week 16 action offers us betting board that has 13 of 16 contests infused with playoff implications. Our focus is on an NFC vs. AFC clash as the Minnesota Vikings will travel to Cincinnati for early NFL action on Sunday. Pigskins fly at Paul Brown Stadium in Ohio at 1:00 PM ET on December 22, 2013. Look for the Bengals to rebound in this contest today.
Bengals: Look to bounce back after NFL Week 15 loss
Cincinnati fans have to be feeling a little anxious as their home-town hero’s dropped a 30-20 decision to arch rival Pittsburgh during NFL Week 15 action. Couple that with a showdown against the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens looming large in Week 17 and their concerns are justified. Though this may have been a “look past” game a few weeks ago, the Queen City Cats must take care of business on their home turf against the Vikings today.
Minnesota Vikings: Too little – too late for NFC North cellar dwellers
Despite earning two wins and a tie in their last four games, it’s a “too little – too late” scenario for the Vikings 2013 NFL season. Minnesota scored 21 fourth quarter points as they pummeled Philadelphia 48-30 in the second to last game to be played at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome last weekend. The win was proceeded by a 29-26 loss on the road in Baltimore, a 23-20 home win over Chicago, and a 26-26 tie in Green Bay against the Packers.
Vikings vs. Bengals Handicapping Odds & Canada Sports Betting Game Day Call
Cincinnati is posted as home chalk at -7 (-115) ATS and -350 S/U at the William Hill sportsbook. Minnesota is a road pup at +7 (-105) ATS and +275 on the money line. Game total betting fans have to navigate a 48 (-110) point Over/Under line. A Bengals win, along with a Ravens home loss to QB Tom Brady and New England who play at 4:30 PM ET, locks up the AFC North title for Cincinnati. Lay the spread and back the Bengals at William Hill.
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