Tom Stryker’s Free Football Play November 19th


#474 DENVER (-3) over Minnesota at 8:20 PM EST
In a zone right now off three straight wins and covers over the Packers, Chiefs, and Bills, the Broncos will make it four in a row when the Vikings come to town. Minnesota enters this non-conference battle off five consecutive wins and covers over the Bears, 49ers, Packers, Falcons, and Saints, and the Purple People Eaters will finally meet their match in this primetime event.

At home competing against an NFC opponent, the Orange Crush have performed well lately inking an elite 24-10 SU and 20-12-2 ATS record in their last 34 tries. In this situation fighting a foe that arrives off a straight up win, the Broncos improve to a solid 13-5 SU and 12-6 ATS. Also, when priced as a home favorite and arriving with confidence off a straight up win, Denver holds a respectable 25-8 SU and 21-12 ATS mark provided they are lined up against an opponent that owns a team won/loss percentage of .600 or better that busts in off a pointspread win.

This isn’t the best spot for the Vikes. As a road underdog arriving with steam off two or more straight up wins, Minnesota holds a stiff 14-32 SU and 18-28 ATS mark in its last 46 tries including a horrible 5-26 SU and 9-22 ATS provided they played in the comforts of home last. With those two parameters live and the Purple tackling a foe that was on the road last, this team trend falls to a feeble 3-17 SU and 5-15 ATS. Also, since 1980, NFL non-division guests that arrive off back-to-back straight up underdog wins hold a weak 51-119 SU and 69-98-3 ATS tally including a hideous 17-54 SU and 22-49 ATS provided they own a team won/loss percentage of .600 or better. That spells trouble for Minnesota.

Head coach Sean Payton has his Broncos firing on all cylinders right now and they own the edge at the quarterback position. That will prove to be the difference. Take Denver. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.


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