Minnesota Vikings at Pittsburgh NFL Bet

NFL bet standings may have the Minnesota Vikings at 6-0 and the Pittsburgh Steelers at 4-2 but it is the Steelers who are favored in bet on football odds on Sunday.

The Vikings continue to find ways to win but many people who make an NFL bet believe their winning streak ends this Sunday in Pittsburgh.

NFL bet numbers have the Steelers as a 4-point favorite against the unbeaten Vikings. Minnesota was able to win last week against Baltimore in a game in which they blew a big NFL bet lead. They also survived a missed Baltimore field goal at the end of the game. All was not pretty for the Vikings in their win against Baltimore but the only thing that matters is the final score. The Vikings did get some bad bet on football news though as Pro Bowl cornerback Antonine Winfield was injured. NFL bet notes that he got hurt on the first series of the second quarter and did not return. His loss was noticeable in bet on football action as the Vikings gave up a lot of big plays down the stretch that nearly cost them the game. “These things are always competitive, and you've got to finish,” Minnesota coach Brad Childress said. NFL bet stats show that Winfield has one interception, six passes defended and 30 tackles in the first five games. “We need every guy that's healthy to go. The guys that were in there did a great job,” Winfield said.

The Vikings know they have some things to work on if they want to remain unbeaten in bet on football games. “I don't think we're going to be able to, if we play like that in the fourth quarter and give up that many points,” linebacker Chad Greenway said, “Again, a good team - but we just want to play better.” The Vikings also got a scare when Adrian Peterson and Perch Harvin were injured but neither injury was serious as NFL bet notes.

Pittsburgh enters this NFL bet matchup at 4-2 on the season after a win over Cleveland. “A lot of things were done at a high level, but of course, we continue to fall short of perfection. We acknowledge that,” said Coach Mike Tomlin. Ben Roethlisberger had his second 400-yard passing NFL bet game of his career, completing 23 passes for 417 yards and two touchdowns.

The Vikings and Steelers have met twice this decade with the Steelers winning both NFL bet matchups straight up. They are just 1-1 against the NFL bet pointspread though. The Steelers won at Minnesota 18-3 in 2005 bet on football action and 21-16 at home in 2001.