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Date: Sunday, November 22, 2015
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Spread: Minnesota (-1)
Moneyline: Green Bay (+100), Minnesota (-120)
Everything as of late points to the Vikings winning this game.
Minnesota has won five in a row, most recently leaning on Adrian Peterson and a strong defense to beat an improving Oakland Raiders team by 16 points on the road. Green Bay, meanwhile, has dropped three in a row, most recently falling at home in embarrassing fashion to a bad Detroit Lions team.
It’s always hard to count out Aaron Rodgers in a crucial divisional contest, as he is still the most dangerous quarterback in the league. But he simply isn’t getting a lot of help. Randall Cobb is struggling to get open consistently as a No. 1 receiver, Davante Adams hasn’t looked great and the running game has been a pile of mediocrity.
The Vikings, on the other hand, have one of the best running games in the league, a burgeoning QB-WR star combo in Teddy Bridgewater and Stefon Diggs, and a defense that is second in the NFL in points per game allowed.
This one should be close, but Minnesota takes it at home.
Prediction: Vikings 24, Packers 21 (Vikings straight up, Vikings against the spread, Over)