2015 Season NFL Football Past Picks

December 10, 2015


Minnesota at Arizona

Thursday 12/10 08:25 PM Eastern

1 unit on Game Total OVER 45.5 -110 (risk 1 to return 1.91)  RESULT: LOSS

The Minnesota offense is 5th in the NFL in rushing  at 136.8 yards per game, but the defense has injuries and just gave up 38 to conservative, run-oriented Seattle at home. The Vikings' secondary took a beating Sunday, so they placed safety Antone Exum on injured reserve, brought back safety Shaun Prater and promoted rookie safety Anthony Harris from their practice squad. They also lost a key reserve on the defensive line. The Vikes head to Arizona, a warm and dry stadium that can help offenses. The Cardinals have ripped off six consecutive victories and lead the NFL in scoring with 31.8 points behind QB Carson Palmer (29 TDs, 9 INTs). Arizona is 8-3 OVER the total after a win, plus 74-36-1 OVER after getting more than 350 total yards in their previous game. The Arizona passing attack is tough to defend. Veteran Larry Fitzerald became the youngest player to reach 1,000 career receptions on Sunday, while fellow wide receivers Michael Floyd and John Brown each went over 100 yards. With running backs Chris Johnson and Andre Ellington injured in a Week 12 victory at San Francisco, rookie David Johnson filled the void by rushing for 99 yards and catching a TD pass in his first NFL start, a 27-3 rout of St. Louis. The Vikings are 8-1 to the OVER in their last nine games vs. great offensive teams like Arizona (teams averaging 6+ yards per play). Take the OVER in this one.



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