Bet on Minnesota Vikings for Superbowl

The Minnesota Vikings have been one of the biggest surprises in the NFL this season because of how much they have been able to achieve despite the obstacles they have faced.

The Vikings lost quarterback Sam Bradford to an injury in their first game, and running back Dalvin Cook soon after. With Teddy Bridgewater still recovering from a knee injury, the Vikings turned to offseason acquisition Case Keenum, who has done a great job since being inserted into the lineup and has now made the Vikings a potential Superbowl 52 threat.

Since their 2-2 start the season, the Vikings have won eight straight game and are tied for the best record in the NFL. Their recent run has also improved their odds of winning the Super Bowl, which is now +800. If +800 betting odds look appealing to you then you can bet on Minnesota Vikings Superbowl odds at all major sportsbooks.

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One of the biggest reason s for their success has been their excellent play on defense. The Vikings are only allowing 17 points per game this year, which is 2nd in the league. With their defense playing so well, their offense hasn’t been under pressure to win games for them, but has stepped up whenever they have been needed.

The Vikings front office also deserves a lot of credit for their brilliant offseason moves. Keenum was the starter for the Los Angeles Rams last season, but lost his job to first round pick Jared Goff, who didn‘t look much better running Jeff Fisher’s offense.

During the offseason, not too many teams were interested in Keenum, allowing the Vikings to sign him at a bargain price.

Latavius Murray was deemed expend able by the Oakland Raiders, who were able to convince Marshawn Lynch to come out of retirement. The Vikings decided to sign Murray as insurance for Cook, and he has done a great job filling in for the rookie.

With so many things going their way this season, the Vikings and their fans believe the team has a good chance to make a deep playoff run this year. What do you think?

December 16, 2017 by : Posted in 2018 No Comments

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