NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Odds Previews for Saturday

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The NFL Week 16 card will feature 12 games on the schedule for Christmas Eve December 24th to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 1PM Eastern Time on FOX as the Green Bay Packers host the Minnesota Vikings. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Green Bay Packers favored by -6 ½ points with the total set at 43 points. At 8-6 the Green Bay Packers control their destiny for an AFC North title should they beat the Vikings on Saturday then in Week 17 earn a victory at the Detroit Lions. Green Bay has won four straight after a 30-27 road victory at the Chicago Bears. Ty Montgomery has given Aaron Rodgers a legitimate run threat which can open up the passing game. Minnesota at 7-7 needs a lot of help if they are to make a playoff spot. The Vikings after starting 5-0 the team has won 2-7 since. It was an ugly 34-6 home defeat to Indianapolis last week. Offense has been at issue for the Vikings as they have scored 15 points or less in three of their past four games.

On CBS TV at 4PM Eastern Time the Oakland Raiders will welcome into town the Indianapolis Colts. The Raiders are favored by -3 ½ points with the total coming in at 53 points. Oakland can win the AFC West by beating Indianapolis on Saturday then win on road in Week 17 at Kansas City. Indianapolis must win to have any hope for a playoff spot because Tennessee and Houston meet in Week 17.

Saturday night football kicks off at 8:25PM Eastern Time on NFL Network as the Houston Texans are home to the Cincinnati Bengals. The game is lined at a pick with the total coming in at 41 ½ points. Houston controls their destiny for an AFC South title with a win against Cincinnati and the following week against Tennessee. The Texans have bench Brock Osweiler and it will be Tom Savage getting the start. Savage led the team’s comeback in a one point victory to Kansas City. Cincinnati at 5-8-1 is eliminated from the playoffs. They dropped a four point home defeat to Pittsburgh 24-20.

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