Minnesota Vikings Bookie News: Fears of Another Solid Season ATS

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Sep/11/2017

The Minnesota Vikings beat the New Orleans Saints 29-19 at home Monday night to get things off to a good start in 2017, but this doesn’t bode well for the bookies serving this region.

Bookies have been beat up badly by the Vikings in recent years, even in 2016 when their season came unraveled. 

Last year’s 8-8 Vikings actually went 9-7 Against The Spread. 

The year prior, Minnesota finished with the best ATS record of any other team: 13-3.

Bookies and agents alike will want to utilize the very best Pay Per Head software the likes of SharpBookie.com.  Build it, Brand it, Run it is the SharpBookie.com motto.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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