Redskins vs. Vikings Thursday Night Football Betting Preview

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Just over 60 percent of the spread action for Thursday Night Football's Redskins vs. Vikings game was on Minnesota.  This one has gone from -16 to -16.5.

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TV: 8:20 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Vikings -15.5. O/U: 42

ABOUT THE REDSKINS (1-6): Washington's only victory came over winless Miami two weeks ago but it was limited to a mere 154 yards of offense in sloppy conditions Sunday -- the third time in four weeks the Redskins were held to seven points or fewer. Case Keenum, who went 11-3 as a starter for the Vikings the season before Cousins arrived, threw for just 77 yards in the heavy rain but interim coach Bill Callahan suggested he is likely to stick with the veteran for at least two more starts. Peterson is dealing with a mild high ankle sprain and low ankle sprain, adding to the backfield woes with backup Chris Thompson (turf toe) also sitting out practice Tuesday after missing Sunday's loss.

ABOUT THE VIKINGS (5-2): Since apologizing to wide receiver Adam Thielen for his poor play following a 16-6 loss at Chicago, Cousins has been on a tear, becoming the first quarterback in history to throw for at least 300 yards and register a passer rating of at least 135.0 in three consecutive games. Cousins threw four scoring passes for the second straight week despite Thielen exiting with a hamstring injury, connecting with Stefon Diggs seven times for 142 yards -- the wideout's third 100-yard day in four games. Dalvin Cook went over 100 yards for the fifth time this season and scored twice to boost his total to eight rushing TDs, while Minnesota's defense is yielding 90.0 yards on the ground.


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