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What the Bookies are Saying: Vikings vs. Redskins

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Nov/11/2017

Resident bookmaking expert Tony Caliente discusses Sunday’s Week 10 NFL betting action between the Vikings and Redskins.

Action was balanced on this game so there won’t be any crushing blow or windfall for the books. 

Washington has hovered between a +2 and +1 underdog throughout the week. 

The NFL Power Ratings suggest Minnesota should be a -1 road favorite so the oddsmakers appear to be right on the money with this one. 

The home team has won the last four games in this series dating back to 2012 (two wins for each team).

The Vikings own a two-game lead in the NFC North thanks to four consecutive wins and Green Bay’s hard luck loss of Aaron Rodgers.

Case Keenum was expected to start for Minnesota on Sunday though Teddy Bridgewater has been placed back on the roster again this week.

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