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Washington Redskins vs. Minnesota Vikings: Line and point spread

Washington Redskins vs. Minnesota Vikings: Line and point spread The Week 10 NFL opener tonight will have the Washington Redskins travel to face the Minnesota Vikings, below you can find the money line and point spread on the Thursday night football game. The Minnesota Vikings (1-7) are at the bottom of the NFC North table with no chance of playoff football, but the Washington Redskins (3-5), despite their record, still have a good chance for some playoff action. This makes the tonight's game a must win for the Redskins and you can see what the odds makers predict with the Redskins Vikings line and spread below.

 We have used two of the top rated online sportsbooks, Bovada Sports and Bookmaker, to see the latest line and point spread on the Washington Redskins vs. Minnesota Vikings game. At Bookmaker the line on the Redskins is -115, making them a slight favorite to win the game, while the Vikings are holding a money line of -105. Keep in mind that due to the very small odds margin, the line on the Washington v. Minnesota could move a bit before the start of the NFL Week 10 opening game. The Washington Redskins vs. Minnesota Vikings point spread at Bookmaker is currently at just -1 point chalk the Redskins, while at Bovada Sports the spread on the tonight's game is at -3 points in favor of Washington, so pick your sportsbook for the point spread. The total is set at 50 points even at Bovada and 48 points at Bookmaker. As you can see, the odds makers are quite apart on the Redskins - Vikings game, which should make for an exciting Thursday night football.

 Now that we have covered the spread and line on the Washington at Minnesota game, let's look at some stats for both NFL teams. Starting with the betting stats, we find that Washington is 3-6 against the spread in its last 9 games, but the Minnesota Vikings are 2-4 against the spread in their last 6 games when playing at home against the Washington Redskins. Also notable is that fact that Washington is 5-1 straight-up in its last 6 games when playing on the road against Minnesota. Also keep in mind that the total has gone OVER in 4 of Vikings' last 6 games when playing at home against the Redskins. NFL stats show that both teams allow on average over 31 points per game, but the Redskins outpace the Vikings in both rushing and passing yards.

 Injury list also appears to favor the Redskins this week. Only running back Chris Thompson is definitely out for the tonight's football game, while defensive end Stephen Bowen, linebacker London Fletcher and wide receiver Leonard Hankerson have all been upgraded to probable for the game against Minnesota. The Vikings, on the other side, will play without running back Matt Asiata, corner Chris Cook, DT Fred Evans, tight end Kyle Rudolph and safety Jamarca Sanford. To make things worse, defensive tackle Letroy Guion is doubtful for the Week 10 NFL game and tight end Rhett Ellison remains questionable with ankle injury.

 Published on 11/07/2013

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