Handicapping Picks & Odds |  "Razor" Ray Monohan Picks |  Cappers Picks |  Forums |  Sitemap |  Twitter |  Facebook

Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers Week 12 Betting Predictions & Preview

Vikings vs Packers NFL Handicapping

The Green Bay Packers are reeling without Aaron Rodgers, and now face a divisional foe in the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field on Sunday.

Minnesota Vikings (2-8) at Green Bay Packers (5-5)
Date: Sunday, November 24, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM ET
Venue: Lambeau Field
City: Green Bay, Wisconsin
O/U Odds: 43.5
Spread: Green Bay -4
Money Line: Green Bay -205, Minnesota +175

NFL ATS Matchup Stats | NFL Betting Insight!

Check out our in-house Handicapper!!! Buy Razor Ray’s NFL Picks!

Green Bay’s last game saw the team fall to the New York Giants, 27-13.

Quarterback Scott Tolzien made his first start in that game and looked impressive at times. His final line wasn’t nearly as impressive. He completed 24 of 34 passes for 339 yards with three interceptions. His favorite target on the day was wide receiver Jordy Nelson, who hauled in eight balls for 117 yards.

*CLICK HERE* GRAB OUR BEST Expert NFL FOOTBALL Picks for 2013 GAMBLING season!

The team was expected to lean more heavily on the ground game with Rodgers out, but that never materialized in this one. Running back Eddie Lacy carried the ball 14 times for just 27 yards, although he did score, while fellow back James Starks received just two carries for a net of a loss of a yard.

*CLICK HERE* GRAB OUR BEST Expert NFL FOOTBALL Picks for 2013 GAMBLING season!

The Packer defense didn’t give up a whole lot, surrendering just 334 yards on the night, but the Giants got there points when they needed them to pull away in the third quarter. The team was particularly vulnerable to the pass, allowing Giants quarterback Eli Manning to complete 25 of his 35 passes for 279 yards and a score with an interception.
[soliloquy id=”82219″]
Minnesota’s last game was even worse if you can believe it. The team was ripped apart by the Seattle Seahawks in a 41-20 drubbing that was never as close as the final score indicates. The team’s offense is supposed to run through back Adrian Peterson, but he turned his 21 carries into just 65 yards.

The team’s quarterback situation remains a hot mess, with Christian Ponder and Matt Cassel combining to complete 18 of 35 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns with three interceptions. It didn’t help that team’s efforts that top receiver Greg Jennings was a late scratch despite a probable designation, although the good news is that he expected back this weekend.

The Minnesota defense didn’t allow Seattle to do anything all that special, although they didn’t do anything all that special themselves, recording only one sack and failing to force a turnover.

The unit has been dreadful against opposing passing attacks but continues to be formidable against the run, limiting Marshawn Lynch to just 54 yards on 17 carries, although he did score twice on the ground.

As bad as things have looked for the Packers in recent weeks, they’ve looked even worse for the Vikings. While Rodgers is certainly out, Peterson is expected to play, but how much he’ll be able to contribute remains up in the air. Don’t be surprised if Tolzien and the Green Bay offense have a surprisingly effective day against a porous Minnesota secondary.

The Packers are 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings between these teams.

The play: Green Bay -4

RELATED CONTENT

Cappers Picks - Premium Picks For Sale

Saturday's 8-Play NCAA-F Pack from Mark Wilson!

Once again, I'm ON FIRE in football and riding a 14-8 (64%) run!

Today, WE GET PAID on the following:

Mississippi State v. Texas A&M
Miami-FL v. Pittsburgh
Wisconsin v. Ohio State
Central Michigan v. Buffalo
Florida International v. Middle Tennessee State
Florida Atlantic v. Old Dominion
North Texas v. Charlotte

I'll continue to deliver on Saturday. Join now. You won't regret it.

No. 13 Overall Handicapper This year!
This package CASHES FOR YOU or else you get tomorrow ABSOLUTELY FREE!

About Gino Bottero

Gino is new to CappersPicks.com but NOT new to the online gambling industry.He's got an AMAZING knack for discovering hidden gems when it comes to betting on sports. Stick with him as he predicts when a team will have a letdown! Check Gino out for NBA, NHL, NFL, and MLB betting articles all season long!


Comments

Advertising