NFL Betting – Minnesota Vikings at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

NFL betting odds have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers favored at home against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

The Bucs are looking like a playoff team this season while the Vikings are fighting to stay alive in the NFC North.  Gamblers that bet on football will be leaning toward Tampa Bay in this game.

NFL betting numbers show that the Bucs are doing a lot right this season.
They have a solid passing game led by Jeff Garcia, a decent running game with Warrick Dunn and Ernest Graham and a solid defense.  The Bucs defense is on pace to match some of the best ones in franchise history according to NFL betting stats.  They should be tested on Sunday as Adrian Peterson and the Vikings come to town.

NFL betting history shows that Tampa Bay has won 6 of the last 10 games against Minnesota. The Bucs are also 6-3-1 against the NFL betting number in those games.  The Bucs have won the last five games at home against Minnesota according to NFL betting stats. The last meeting between the two teams in Tampa was in 2002 as the Bucs outscored the Vikings 38-24.  Minnesota has not been a very good underdog on the road in recent seasons, losing almost 60 percent of the time according to NFL betting numbers.  Tampa Bay on the other side has been a pretty solid home favorite for gamblers that bet on football.  Since 2005 they are exactly 60% against the NFL betting number going 11-7-2.

Gamblers that bet on football totals should know that six of the last ten meetings between the Vikings and Bucs have gone over the NFL odds total.  At Tampa Bay, the last five games have all gone over the NFL betting number.  That could be the NFL betting result again on Sunday since the Bucs have shown the ability to put points on the board this season.

This should be an exciting NFL betting matchup with Adrian Peterson leading the Vikings against Jeff Garcia and the Bucs. Open a New Account at SBG Global and bet on football today.

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