Vikings Vs Saints

September 9, 2010 by staff 

Vikings Vs Saints, NBC could not reach a more attractive place for the first 2010 regular season NFL game for players of sports betting that it will receive at Thursday night at 8:30 pm EST as the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints host of the team that won the NFC Championship game, the Minnesota Vikings. The match is scheduled for 8:35 pm EST and online sports betting opened with New Orleans as one of the favorites of 5 points in the predictions of the NFL with a 48.5 total. Brett Favre enters his 20th NFL season betting that almost ended for good last year as he suffered an ankle injury in the controversial game of the NFC Championship that almost put him into permanent retirement.

While the Vikings felt as if the Saints took Favre extra base hits with intent to injure, the All-Pro QB took it in stride. What he did not take it easy, however, was that he could have thrown the game and the Super Bowl chances away in the NFL with an interception late. “Believe me when I left New Orleans, a large part of me was – I do not mean to do – but the fact that we lost the game, how hard it is.” He finished the loss of one of the best seasons as Favre never had a 33 / 7 TD / INT ratio largely thanks to RB Adrian Peterson, who will be a big key again this year. Betting odds are the saint’s -5 as bookmarks in the predictions of the NFL at home against the Vikings in week one disagrees with a deposit bonus of up to 250.

Favre is hoping the same type of aggressive defense of the Saints did last January. Indeed, it may be the blue print of defense for all Viking opponents in 2010, including for the first game of the NFL. The Vikings will be without top receiver Sidney Rice, who has a hip injury. Meanwhile, New Orleans has an All-Pro QB of their own in Drew Brees, who is willing to lead the Saints in the predictions of the NFL in defending the title. “We’ve been through this before, as defending champions, but the fact of the matter is we all know this is a season and everyone has the same hopes and aspirations,” Brees said. “We know we’re going to get the best shot of all.” Bet the Vikings +5 as the underdog on the road in week 1-sportsbook vs Saints odds with a maximum of a rebate of 50% and 5% reload bonus on every deposit.

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