August 3, 2010 by staff
Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Vikings 2010 NFL Predictions & Odds Super Bowl: We’ll take a look at the predictions of the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL for the 2010 NFL schedule. The Minnesota Vikings were just a few turnovers away from winning the final years of the NFC title this year. It was, however, with Brett Favre and now, after new rumors that have arisen NFL Brett Favre once again is left defeated the Vikings in the air for the 2010 NFL season predictions.
Assuming that the retirement of Brett Favre sticks this time that the Vikings will turn to for the 2010 NFL season predictions in place quarterback? Today the Vikings have two options in Sage Rosenfels and Tavaris Jackson. Good with most coaches in Minnesota having problems with the attitude of Rosenfels it is likely that Tavaris Jackson, who receives the QB spot in Minnesota. It seems that Childress still has to prove that their selection of Jackson as a second-round pick in 2006 is about to bear fruit.
As for the defense of the Vikings, the team returned will remain exactly the same as when he entered the field for the NFC title game and NFL predictions can be expected over the domination of what is arguably the best defensive end combo league with Ray Edwards and Jared Allen.
As I decided to look for the latest NFL odds I’ve found that many online bookmakers NFL odds are not available. I can tell you that the Vikings chances of winning the Super Bowl is set to 12 / 1 that have also made the Vikings one of the strongest teams to make their predictions for the NFL’s NFC title in 2010. I will continue to control the flow of the NFL odds for the Vikings and take them with you as soon as the adjusted odds are made available.
Minnesota Vikings 2010 NFL Super Bowl Predictions & Odds
2011 Super Bowl Odds: Here are the current Super Bowl 2011 shares according to the odds makers in the NFL Bodog.com.
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