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Dec 18, 1:00 PM | Turf of The Metrodome
New Orleans Saints vs Minnesota Vikings Odds
If there is one team the New Orleans Saints can't seem to beat against the spread, it's their Week 15 betting foe - the Minnesota Vikings.
The Saints are 0-6 ATS in their past 6 meetings with the Vikes and the OVER has also been a steady bet when they meet (8-2-1 past 11 games). New Orleans is also just 2-9 SU in 11 games since 1980 here in Minnesota.
The Vikings have been scorched on defense at home all season long and we expect a high total here that could easily be eclipsed.
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The Tennessee Titans are claiming someone one the Saints sideline blew a whistle loud enough for Titans players to hear during the game.
The Vikings at 2-11 won’t give up on head coach Leslie Frazier who has a 5-14 record on the job. The Vikings at this point are an aging team which needs to place talent around veteran running back Adrian Peterson and rookie quarterback Christian Ponder. Ponder has struggled this season at times. During Sunday’s loss to the Detroit Lions he was benched with eight minutes left...
As the Vikings wade through the final stages of a losing season, Leslie Frazier sounds confident he will return and says he has the backing of ownership as the team rebuilds the roster.
Saints TE Jimmy Graham (Source: tennessean.com)
Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans was anything but pretty, Drew Brees was good not great, receivers dropped passes, and not to mention there were several calls made by the referee’s which ultiamately made the game much closer than it should have been. … [visit site to read more]
The New Orleans Saints, Tennessee...
Three very winnable games lay in front of the New Orleans Saints as the season winds down and the playoffs come into view. The number one offense in the NFL led by Drew Brees could possibly be the trojan horse that ends the Green Bay Packers chances at defending their title.
When the Packers and Saints met for the first game of the season, Green Bay walked away with a 42-34 win...
As National Football League owners meet Wednesday, a new NFL loan program for stadium construction will likely help the Minnesota Vikings raise $425 million for the project
Backup quarterback Joe Webb replaced Christian Ponder with the Vikings down 31-14 in the third quarter. The Vikings came within 1 yard of victory against the Detroit Lions and lost on a controversial final play.
Over the weekend, Detroit cornerback Alphonso Smith intercepted a pass by Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder and returned it for a touchdown.
After scoring, Smith decided to celebrate by doing a "Thriller" celebration:
(Courtesy of It's Always Sunny in Detroit)
By JOHN HOLLER
Monday marks the one-year anniversary of an event many people believed was unthinkable - even in a year full of various distractions - as the 30-year-old Metrodome collapsed under the weight of a mid-December snowstorm.
Some Vikings players reflected on their memories of that moment, as the roof collapse became the latest in a seemingly never-ending...
Drew Brees had plenty of time to reflect on his missed chances to score as he watched the Tennessee Titans nearly rally past his New Orleans Saints.
The Lions didn't have an answer for Joe Webb.