NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Odds Previews for Sunday

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The NFL schedule for Sunday December 10th features 14 games on the schedule to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time on FOX as the Carolina Panthers are home to the Minnesota Vikings. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Minnesota Vikings favored by -2 ½ points with the total set at 40 points. The Vikings are 10-2 as they defeat the Atlanta Falcons on the road 14-9 as a two point underdog. In a span of three weeks Minnesota held the LA Rams to 7 points and Falcons to just 9 points. Vikings have won eight straight and has the second ranked defense in the NFL by allowing 289 yards per game. Carolina sits at 8-4 and holds the top Wildcard spot in the NFC. They look to rebound after a 31-21 defeat at New Orleans which broke a four game win streak. Panthers are the sixth rated defense in the league allowing 297 yards per game. Quarterback Cam Newton struggles with passing accuracy and the team sits 25th in the league in passing offense.

On FOX at 4:25PM Eastern Time on FOX the LA Rams host the Philadelphia Eagles. The game is lined as a pick with the total set at 48 points. The Eagles traveled to Southern California to practice after their 24-10 defeat at Seattle that broke a nine game win streak. LA Rams bounced back from a 24-7 road defeat at Minnesota by beating New Orleans at home then a week ago traveled to Arizona at won 32-16.

Sunday Night Football begins at 8:30PM Eastern Time on NBC TV as the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Baltimore Ravens. Pittsburgh is favored by -4 ½ points with the total set at 43 ½ points. Baltimore propelled themselves into the playoff picture with a three game win streak after their 44-20 home victory last week to Detroit. Pittsburgh leads the AFC North with a record of 10-2. They face New England next week in a game which may decide home field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs. Pittsburgh ran their win streak to seven games with a 23-20 road victory on Monday night at Cincinnati.

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