Minnesota Vikings at Oakland Raiders Spread, ATS Pick & Betting PreviewNoah Williams
NFL Week 10 action continues with two under rated teams go head-to head at the O.co Coliseum this Sunday at 4:05 PM ET. It will be the Minnesota Vikings flying west to the Bay Area to face the Oakland Raiders. The NFL week 10 betting spread favor the Raiders by a field goal to beat the Vikings.
This game will feature two second-year standouts facing off for the first time in their pro careers. The Vikings nabbed a sliding Bridgewater with the 32nd and final pick of the first round of the NFL’s 2014 entry draft. That was four spots ahead of the Raiders’ selection of Carr. The former has led his team to the NFC North lead at the midway point of the season and the latter is quickly becoming one of the leagues most dangerous passers.
— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) November 13, 2015
Also, the game with host two of the top pass-catchers from the 2015 draft in Cooper and Diggs. Entering Week 10, Cooper ranks No. 1 among rookie WRs with 653 receiving yards and Diggs ranks No. 2 with 461, setting up what should be an explosive showdown between two of the NFL best rookies so far this season.
A Closer Look At The Minnesota Vikings at Oakland Raiders NFL Week 10 Betting Line& My Betting Analysis
What: Minnesota Vikings (6-2) at Oakland Raiders (4-4)
When: Sunday, November 15, 2015
Kickoff: 4:05 PM ET
Where: Oakland, CA
Stadium: O.co Coliseum
Weather: 64° F | More Sun Than Clouds
Spread: Raiders -3
Moneyline: Minnesota +130 vs Oakland -150
Game Total: 44
Stream: Fox Sports Go
Listen: Minnesota vs Oakland
If You Are Betting On The Minnesota Vikings Spread At +3
The Minnesota Vikings are 6-2 straight up and 7-1 against the spread this season. They average 21.0 points (23rd), 188.9 passing yards (30th) and 132.8 rushing yards (6th) per game. Last week, they earned a costly fourth consecutive victory. In the process of beating the Rams 21-18, QB Teddy Bridgewater (1670 yards, 6 TDs & INTs) was knocked out with a concussion early in the fourth quarter. He was cleared to practice Wednesday and is on track to start Sunday. Head-coach Mike Zimmer said he has "no doubt" Teddy Bridgewater will start Week 10 against the Raiders.
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) November 10, 2015
Rookie WR Stefon Diggs (28 rec, 461 yards, 2 TDs) has quickly taking over the role of Minnesota’s deep-threat. Though he didn’t play in the Vikings first three games, it didn’t take him long to start filling up the score sheet. Mike Wallace (27 rec, 296 yards, 1 TDs) is frustrated by the lack of catches , but at 6-2 it will be hard to change a winning formula.
The league’s top rusher, Adrian Peterson (169 att, 758 yards, 4 TDs) averages 4.5 yards per carry. He is also averaging 108.7 yards and 4.8 per carry over the last three weeks
“The last three or four ballgames, this kind of shows what kind of team we are as far as how we are on offense, how we are defensively and how we are on special teams,” Zimmer said. “We’re probably not going to go up and down the field like the Greatest Show on Turf. This is how we’re built to win right now.”
Minnesota’s defense allows 17.2 points (2nd), 221.0 passing yards (6th) and 111.6 rushing yards (19th) per game. Harrison Smith has 44 tackles, Everson Griffen 4.5 sacks and Linval Joseph seven tackles for a loss.
If You Are Betting On The Oakland Raiders Spread At -3
The Oakland Raiders are 4-4 straight up and 5-3 against the spread this season. They average 26.6 points (7th), 270.0 passing yards (8th) and 104.6 rushing yards (18th) per game. Last week they lost a close 38-35 gaem to the Steelers at Heinz Field. They are coming off a hard to swallow loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers by a 38-35 score.
QB Derek Carr has broken out at an elite level. This season he has thrown for 2094 yards, 19 touchdowns and four interceptions. Last week, he threw for 301 yards with four touchdowns and an interception. it was his second straight week throwing four TD passes.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 12, 2015
WR Michael Crabtree (47 rec, 591 yards, 5 TDs) has the most catches on the team. Rookie WR Amari Cooper (45 rec, 653 yards, 4 TDs) has the most receiving yards on the team.
RB Latavius Murray (132 att, 630 yards, 3 TDs) ran for 96 yards on 17 carries before leaving in the third quarter with concussion-like symptoms last week. He resumed practicing on Thursday.
Oakland defense’s allows 26.4 points (24th), 315.0 passing yards (32nd) and 96.8 rushing yards (7th) per game. Malcolm Smith leads the team with 59 tackles, Khalil Mack has four sacks and Charles Woodson has four interceptions.
Betting Trends Related To This Matchup:
- Minnesota Vikings 3-1 On Road this season
- Minnesota Vikings 8-4 On Road since last season
- Minnesota Vikings 10-4 As Underdog or PK since last season
- Oakland Raiders 0-1 As Favorite since last season
- Oakland Raiders 0-1 When Line was 42.5 to 45.5 since last season
- Minnesota Vikings 7-3 As Road Underdog since last season
- Oakland Raiders 3-1 O-U At Home this season
- Oakland Raiders 8-3 O-U At Home since last season
- Oakland Raiders 4-2 O-U When Line is <45 this season
- Oakland Raiders 12-7 O-U When Line is <45 since last season
- Oakland Raiders 3-2 O-U When Line was 42.5 to 45.5 this season
- Oakland Raiders 6-5 O-U When Line was 42.5 to 45.5 since last season
- Oakland Raiders 2-1 O-U vs Teams Averaging 21 to 25 PPG this season
The Vikings are 7-0 ATS in their last 7 games following a SU win, 2-5-1 ATS in their last 8 games in Week 10, 16-5 ATS in their last 21 games following an ATS win, 22-8 ATS in their last 30 games overall and 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games as an underdog.
The Raiders are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 games following a SU loss, 6-22 ATS in their last 28 games as a favorite, 5-2 ATS in their last 7 home games, 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games in Week 10, 7-19 ATS in their last 26 games as a home favorite and 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games after allowing more than 250 yards passing in their previous game.
My NFL Week 10 ATS Betting Pick: Vikings +3.
PLAYERS OUT OR DOUBTFUL:
- Minnesota: Audie Cole, Josh Robinson.
- Oakland: Nate Allen, Korey Toomer.