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Minnesota Vikings (0-1) at Indianapolis Colts (0-1)

Sunday, September 20, 2020 at 1:00 pm

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This is a play on the MINNESOTA VIKINGS for our NFL Sunday Enforcer. Minnesota and Indianapolis are both coming off disappointing losses in their season openers and we expect the Vikings to be the team that rebounds. They lost to Green Bay 43-34 as they were thoroughly outgained until a late fourth quarter surge and while a lot can be blamed on the defense, the offense was on the field for just 18:44, the lowest in franchise history. That led to a gassed defense that just could not keep up. They will be in better shape here against Philip Rivers that struggled against Jacksonville in a 27-0 loss. He threw two interceptions and Pro Bowl receiver T.Y. Hilton dropped the last two passes of the game while Marlon Mack was lost for the season. Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer is 12-4 ATS off a loss against a division rival. Here, we play on road underdogs or pickems allowed 335 or more ypg last season, after allowing 450 or more total yards in their previous game. This situation is 24-3 ATS (88.9 percent) since 1983. 9* (273) Minnesota Vikings

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