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Hot Betting Trends: Vikings vs. Packers Week 2

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Sep/14/2019

The Packers are a -2.5 favorite at home versus the Vikings Sunday. 

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Betting Trends

  • The Packers have only beaten the Vikings in one of the last six meetings.  One of these was a tie (edge: Vikings)
  • Minnesota is 0-4 Against The Spread in their last 4 games after allowing less than 15 points in their previous game (edge: Packers)
  • Home team is 5-1 ATS in their last 6 meetings (edge: Packers)
  • As a favorite the Packers at 11-4 Straight Up over the last three seasons (edge: Packers)

Game Preview

ABOUT THE VIKINGS (1-0): Dalvin Cook has received an unfortunate nickname for the scarcity of his appearances in his young NFL career, but the 24-year-old made a statement with his 21-carry, 111-yard, two-touchdown performance in Minnesota's 28-12 victory over Atlanta. "We need the 'White Tiger' to be there for 16 games, right? He's been special when he's had the football in his hands, and we've got to have him out there," quarterback Kirk Cousins said. The 31-year-old Cousins threw the ball a career-low 10 times against the Falcons and has been held to 215 or fewer passing yards in five of his past six games. Adam Thielen reeled in Cousins' lone touchdown pass in the season opener while fellow wideout Stefon Diggs has scored in each of his last five games against the Packers, with three trips to the end zone highlighting last year's season series.

ABOUT THE PACKERS (1-0): Pro Bowl wide receiver Davante Adams was optimistic in his assessment of Green Bay's new-look offense under coach Matt LaFleur, with the team mustering 213 total yards and converting just two of its 12 third-down opportunities. "There's nowhere (to go) but up," said the 26-year-old Adams, who bids to record a touchdown in his fifth straight game against Minnesota after being limited to just four receptions for 36 yards versus the Bears. A sluggish ground game did the Packers no favors, as Aaron Jones and company rushed for 47 yards on 22 attempts for the second-lowest rushing average (2.1) in the league. Perhaps a return home can jump-start the 24-year-old Jones, as he has scored in three straight games at Lambeau Field and had 93 scrimmage yards and a rushing touchdown in last meeting versus the Vikings.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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