Vikings Eagles Spread Line and Predictions NFL Week 16

The Eagles are perfect in prime time games this season and can wrap up the NFC East with a win. Michael Vick is a human highlight reel. DeSean Jackson is a human highlight reel. And Adrian Peterson has proven that he needs a cohesive offensive line to be a human highlight reel. The (5-9) Minnesota Vikings will look to creep even closer to the offseason when they enter into Tuesday night’s battle (Sunday game moved due to snow storm) against the smoking hot (10-4) Philadelphia Eagles, kickoff slated for 8:00 PM EST. If all goes according to plan Tuesday night for the Eagles’ faithful, Lincoln Financial Field could be the scene of division title celebration.

As for the Vikings, this has certainly not been the kind of season they were hoping for. The ballyhooed return of Brett Favre amounted to much ado about nothing special, as Favre has been nowhere near the efficient quarterback he was last season during the Vikings’ trip to the NFC Championship game. And after last week’s surprise return to the lineup ended with a head injury, rookie Joe Webb is line to make his first start against an Eagles defense that leads the league with 23 interceptions. Meanwhile, All-Pro running back Adrian Peterson was a late scratch last week against the Bears, so his status is also up in the air. WR Sidney Rice has missed most of the year after off-season hip surgery, but has made an impact in the limited time he’s been available. Rice is 6-4, 202 pounds and uses that size to create mismatches over smaller cornerbacks. Rice is also a good route runner and has enough speed to make a difference down the field. He lines up on the same side as Asante Samuel. The question is whether the Vikings will even throw to that side since most teams have decided against it. Joe Webb, the University of Alabama-Birmingham product, thought he was in line to make his first career start last week before Brett Favre was upgraded from out to questionable on the day of the team’s 40-14 loss to the Chicago Bears. All signs point to Webb actually getting the call this week at Lincoln Financial Field, and it’s an interesting place to be for a guy who was drafted to be a wide receiver. Webb, 6-4, 220, was 15-of-26 for only 129 yards and a quarterback rating of 38.8 against one of the better defenses in football in the Bears. Webb was able to do a little damage with his legs, rushing for 38 yards and a touchdown on six carries. Because of his limited experience in the offense and as a professional, expect Webb to have a simplified offense and the freedom to pull the ball down to run if his first or second read isn’t open.

What can the Eagles possibly do for an encore? After perhaps the most thrilling game in team history, the Eagles must refocus and set their sights on the Minnesota Vikings as Andy Reid’s squad looks to clinch an NFC East title and push for a first-round bye heading into the postseason. While Michael Vick led the team from 21 points down, DeSean Jackson scored the game-winning touchdown on a walkoff punt return and LeSean McCoy topped the 1,000 yard rushing mark, Jeremy Maclin quietly had two touchdowns to up his total on the season to 10 – four behind the Eagles record for touchdown catches in a season. Maclin has flown under the radar often this season, despite having 64 catches for 890 yards. If Maclin gets 110 receiving yards over the next two games, the Eagles will have a pair of 1,000 yard receivers in the same season for the first time ever. By virtue of their historic comeback against the New York Giants, the Eagles’ magic number to clinch their first division title since 2006 is one. And what better time to do it than in primetime, where the Eagles are 5-0 this season? DE Trent Cole gets a lot of pub for his ability to get to the quarterback, but he is just as relentless against the run. Adrian Peterson is the focal point of the Vikings offense and arguably the most complete back in all of football. Peterson has the size to move the pile and the speed to break off a long run. Cole will have to help keep contain and try to get in the backfield to stop the All-Pro back before he can get moving. That is, of course, Peterson plays. He did not play due to injury Monday night against Chicago.

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Vikings vs Eagles Spread, Line and Betting Odds:


Minnesota Vikings +14
@ Philadelphia Eagles -14

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Vikings vs Eagles Prediction for Week 16:

Spread Prediction (TOP PLAY) – There is nothing stopping Michael Vick right now. The president could send in the National Guard and Vick would most likely find away of surpassing them. Was it not an uplifting moment watching Vick run off the field and raise his arms in triumph in New York last Sunday? The Eagles will look to lock up their postseason clinch this Sunday when they battle the mundane Vikings on Sunday night. There really is not much to say about the Vikings. Brett Favre is chomping at the bit to get to retirement and escape persecution by the NFL for his days in New York, Adrian Peterson is looking human after all, and there will be a host of veteran players seeking retirement or free agency this offseason. The Vikings were built to win this season and unfortunately they will have to feel the sting for a few seasons to come in rebuilding this team. Minnesota is 2-7 ATS in its last 9 games and 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games on the road. Minnesota is also 0-5 ATS in its last 5 games when playing Philadelphia and 0-5 ATS in its last 5 games when playing on the road against Philadelphia. Philadelphia is 6-1 SU in its last 7 games and will be riding the emotional high of their storied comeback in the Meadowlands. Take a look at the Eagles clinching their much-deserved playoff spot in fitting fashion.

Top Play Prediction = Eagles -14

Game Total Prediction – Would you bet against the Eagles offense right now? A team that can put up 28 points against arguably the most tenacious defense in the league in the G-Men can do anything if they want to. The total has gone OVER in 9 of Philadelphia’s last 10 games and has gone OVER in 10 of Philadelphia’s last 15 games at home. The Eagles have an absolute stalwart at halfback in McCoy and WR Vincent Jackson is an absolute game-breaker. The points will come in bunches on Sunday night as the Eagles need one more win to lock up their postseason aspirations. The Vikings, for all their faults, have the potential to put up points in heaps as well. The starting quarterback for the Vikings remains to be named but I believe this offense will force a few turnovers and find their scoring opportunities. The last two meetings between these clubs saw the total fly over the posted total and I expect much the same this time around. We will consider the Eagles scoring a lot and the Vikings scoring enough to make this game reach the OVER.

Prediction = OVER 41.5 Total Points.

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