Entering the NFL betting season, the Minnesota Vikings have a 12th-ranked strength of schedule, going against a combined opponents’ record of 136-120 (.531). Coming off a 7-9 season in 2014, there is a lot of optimism that the upcoming season will be the time that the Vikings will prove their worth and make a strong run for the 2016 NFL Playoffs. However, with a number of off-field issues like the Adrian Peterson case, and on-field concerns regarding the depth of Minnesota’s roster to challenge the likes of Green Bay and Detroit in the NFC North, can the Vikings surprise us in the NFL odds with an improved season, or will they remain a middle-table team, as they’ve been over the recent years? Read on as we analyze the Vikings and their betting value in 2015.
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