Stephen Nover Free NFL Sunday Play
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Point Spread: -8/-110 Cincinnati
Minnesota isn't as good as it looked offensively against Philadelphia and the Bengals aren't as bad as they looked against the Steelers.
But because of those games last week - and the strong possibility that Adrian Peterson will give it a go - the line is in reasonable range to back the much superior Bengals.
Minnesota has yet to win a road game in the United States this season. The Bengals are 6-0 at home where they average 33.2 points and have scored 41 or more points the past three times.
I don't see Minnesota's beat-up defense, with a cluster injury problem in the secondary, and 30th-ranked pass defense slowing down Cincinnati.
The Vikings aren't going to be able to keep up offensively against a Bengals defense that ranks among the top 10 in the major categories. Peterson isn't 100 percent. The top two tight ends are out. Matt Cassel is going to have problems operating against a Cincinnati secondary that gives up the sixth lowest passer rating.
I'll take Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer over Vikings offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave in a game of matching wits anytime.
To his credit, Leslie Frazier hasn't allowed the Vikings to quit. However, I regard Frazier as one of the worst head coaches in the NFL.
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