Rams Vs Vikings Odds & Betting PredictionsJosh Bailey
The Minnesota Vikings streaking Minnesota Vikings will host the red-hot Los Angeles Rams in a huge Week 11 matchup of legitimate Super Bowl hopefuls on Sunday.
The L.A. Rams are riding a four-game winning streak into Minnesota against a Vikings squad that has won five in a row. Week 11’s NFL betting odds favor the Vikings by 2.5-points over the Rams.
Los Angeles Rams Vs Minnesota Vikings Odds & Betting Predictions
L.A. Rams (7-2) at Minnesota Vikings (7-2)
When: November 19, 2017, 1:00 PM ET
Where: U.S. Bank Stadium
Stream: Fox Sports Go
NFL Odds: Minnesota -2.5
Bet The Rams Because…
The Los Angeles Rams have won four straight and have scored at least 33 points in each of their last three games and come into this Week 11 matchup off an emphatic 33-7 beatdown of reeling Houston last weekend that saw Jared Goff throw for 355 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. More importantly, L.A.’s blossoming defense picked off Houston’s Tom Savage twice in the win while sacking him three times and limiting the Texans to just 89 rushing yards.
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Bet The Vikings Because…
Minnesota has won five straight while putting at least 33 points on the board in each of their last two games. The Vikes got past Washington 38-30 in a shootout last weekend as Case Keenum tossed four TD passes and Latavius Murray rushed for another.
Rams Vs Vikings Betting Predictions
While things are going well for Minnesota, I believe the 59 percent of public bettors that like Los Angeles in this contest clearly have the right pick in hand! For me, I think Wade Phillips is the best defensive coordinator in all of football and we’re seeing that with L.A.’s defense just taking off right now.
The Rams rank first in scoring (32.9 ppg) and now, a stupendous fourth in points allowed (18.0 ppg). I’m thinking that’s going to be good enough to get past a Minnesota team that ranks 10th in scoring (24.1 ppg) and fifth in points allowed (18.3 ppg).
I’m still not a big fan of career backup Case Keenum and his two interceptions against Washington on Sunday tell me that the Rams are going to pick him off as well. L.A. has gone a perfect 4-0 ATS in their last four games and the road team in this rivalry is 4-1 ATS in the last five meetings. The high-flying Rams get it done on the road in this one because of their superior offense – and now – defense as well!