Saints-Vikings: What the Line Should Be

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Jan/13/2018

Gambling911.com resident bookmaker expert Tony Caliente breaks down the Saints-Vikings Divisional Playoffs game to determine if the line on this game is accurate.

60% of the betting action was on the Saints as a +5.5 underdog here.  The Saints, playing later in the day, were seeing more action than the Jaguars, who play the first game against Pittsburgh. 

Unlike the Jaguars-Steelers line, this one has been more fluid, moving from -3.5 to -5.5, and this is the trend across the board.

So now let's see where the NFL Betting Power Ratings have the number.

Minnesota clearly should be a -2.5 favorite and no more than a -3 favorite so there is some shading here.

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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