Minnesota Vikings versus New York Giants NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football will pit the Minnesota Vikings traveling to face the winless New York Giants from NFL action on October 21st. The Vikings and Giants will begin from New York at 8:40PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side New York Giants favored by -3 ½ points with a total of 47 points. Those who bet on the Giants on the money line will lay -170 odds with the return on the Minnesota Vikings at +150 odds on the money line.

It’s been a rough start to the season for both teams as the Vikings enter play at 1-4 on the season while the New York Giants are 0-6. New York has had issues with their running game and defense forcing quarterback Eli Manning to carry this team on his shoulders. The Giants are 30th and second to last in the league on the ground and average just 17 points a game also a ranking of 30th. Defensively they are not getting pressure on opposing quarterbacks and are allowing opponents 35 points a game which is 32nd and last in the NFL. Quarterback Eli Manning is completing under 54% of his passes on the season and has thrown 9 touchdowns and 15 picks on the year. In the past two weeks Eli Manning has tossed six interceptions He has had four games out of the six games played to date where he has thrown three interceptions or greater. Minnesota has been hampered by quarterback issues since the departure of Bret Favre some years ago. The defense has been poor this season as the team ranks 30th or worse in three key categories which are passing, scoring and total defense. The team allows nearly 32 points a game which is 30th in the league. With the Vikings quarterback position is horrible shape the team was forced to trade for Josh Freeman who will get the start on Monday Night Football. In three starts for Tampa Bay Freeman completed 45.7% of his throws with two touchdowns and three picks.

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