Bet $5 On The Bills vs. The Vikings & Get $200 If You Pick The Winner

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Josh Allen or no Josh Allen, we have two of the best teams in football playing on Sunday, and there’s a lot at stake (for the Bills, at least). Luckily for the Vikings, the Make-A-Wish team that will play at halftime could be competitive in their division, so they have things pretty locked up at 7-1. You play who your schedule tells you to play, but Minnesota has had one of the easiest schedules in football until this point, with the Tua-less Dolphins and Eagles being the only above 500 teams they’ve faced. Guess which one of those they won? The Vikings have done enough to win many games, yet their numbers pale compared to the Bills. If anything, Minnesota’s 15th-ranked offense and 25th-ranked defense make no sense considering their record, and despite what the folks over at ESPN are saying, Kirk Cousins isn’t exactly ballin out. The viral video of Kirk with the chains on might lead people to believe he’s having an MVP season, but he has the lowest quarterback rating and average yards per pass of his career. Not to mention, he’s coughing the ball up like he’s been ripping a vape from China. His six interceptions are almost tied with his season total from the entirety of last season. The Vikings are okay at defending the run (111.3 opponent rushing yards per game), and that’s about it. Their secondary is nothing special, Dalvin Cook isn’t exactly lighting the world on fire, and most of their games have been close until the very end. Za’Darius Smith, Danielle Hunter, and Justin Jefferson are putting together really nice seasons…but that’s about it.

Speaking of Justin Jefferson, this will mark the first meeting between these two teams since the 2020 trade that sent wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Bills in exchange for draft picks- including Jefferson himself. While there is a real argument that the Vikings have played bad teams or that they’re luckier than a kid that graduated from Arizona State without an STD, the same does not go for the Bills. Statistically, Buffalo is the best team in the NFL… and it’s really not close. The Bills lead the league in yards per game (offense), third-down conversions (offense), points allowed (defense), and yards per play (offense). Even without Josh Allen, Case Keenum will have more weapons around him than there were in Randy Weaver’s garage. Gabe Davis, Stefon Diggs, and Dawson Knox having time to get open behind a tremendous offensive line will be Buffalo’s recipe for success. The Vikings haven’t beaten the Bills since Buffalo visited the Metrodome in 2010. Minnesota has failed to cover the spread in each of their last four games as underdogs. Vegas likes the Bills -3.5, and they will cover that with or without Josh Allen. Take the Bills moneyline and get your free $200 from Draftkings!


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