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Vikings-Panthers Betting Odds – Week 14 NFL

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Dec/09/2017

The Vikings-Panthers betting odds had Carolina as a +2.5 home underdog.

With a victory today, the Panthers have a chance to tie for the lead in the competitive NFC South with the New Orleans Saints.  The Falcons beat the Saints Thursday night.

"We've got four games left," Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer said. "My only thoughts are on the Carolina Panthers and trying to get a win this week. All that stuff is nice to talk about, but for us we'll go about our business."

"I think what's most significant is that we have to take one at a time and focus on the opponent,” Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said. "It doesn't matter what happens anywhere else."

Off a division game, Carolina is 11-3 Against The Spread.

The Vikings have won the last two games in this series played in 2016 and 2014.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

 

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