Exclusive interview of NFL Vikings and Browns Players and head coaches by Kiran Rai
UK reporter Kiran Rai covers almost all major events recently interviewed the NFL Minnisota’s Vikings and the Opponents Cleveland browns and interviewed all the major super bowl players and head coaches including Mike Zimmer and Hue Jackson and had the chance to meet the players before there big game on Sunday at twickenham stadium which was shot by Ajit Kumar and Ralph Periera for social box TV and Bimba Photography.
It’s not well-known, but the Minnesota Vikings have been one of the best bets in the NFL over recent seasons.
With wins/covers the past two weeks, Minnesota is 35-15 against the spread over its past 50 games. The Vikings will play as considerable favorites when they clash with the winless Cleveland Browns on Sunday morning U.S. time over in London.
NFL point spread: The Vikings opened as 7.5-point favorites; the total was 38 early in the week, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. Line updates and matchup report.
NFL betting pick, via OddsShark computer: 25.8-14.6 Vikings. NFL picks on every game.
Why the Vikings Can Cover the Spread
The Vikings sail a three-game winning streak into Twickenham Stadium following Week 7’s 24-16 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. That game was tied at 6-6 deep into the second quarter, but Minnesota used an 18-0 run to take control on its way toward covering as a five-point favorite.
On the day, the Vikings outgained the Ravens 357-208, outrushed Baltimore 169-64 and held a 32-28 advantage in time of possession. Kicker Kai Forbath hit six-for-six on field goals, while the only touchdown the Minnesota defense gave up all day came in meaningless fashion on the last play of the game.
The Vikings have outgained six of their seven opponents this season and outrushed five of them. At 5-2, Minnesota leads the NFC North by a game over a Green Bay Packers team that’s without quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Why the Browns Can Cover the Spread
The Browns, on the other hand, lug an eight-game losing streak stretching back the last season into Sunday following their 12-9 overtime loss at home to the Tennessee Titans last time out. However, five of those losses have come by exactly three points, with two in OT.
Cleveland trailed the Titans 9-6 with four minutes left but made a couple of first downs, including one from a 4th-and-seven situation, and kicked a field goal to force overtime. Unfortunately, the Browns came up empty on two possessions and lost on a Tennessee field goal with just two minutes left in OT.