Jaguars vs. Vikings Point Spread: NFL Week 13 Odds, Prediction

Sports Interaction Staff | Updated Dec 02, 2020

Kirk Cousins and Dalvin Cook, Vikings, 2-2-

The Vikings have been putting up big points at home, with the over 7-0 in their last seven home games.

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December 06, 2020, 1:00 PM ET
U.S. Bank Stadium
Minnesota
7-9
Pointspread +10 -110
Moneyline +425
Over / Under o +51

46%

Betting Action

54%

Pointspread -10 -110
Moneyline -531
Over / Under u +51

46%

Betting Action

54%

It looks like Minnesota’s offence could be back to full strength as they make a push for the playoffs down the final stretch of the season.

The Vikings come into Sunday’s matchup with the Jaguars as 10-point favourites on the NFL odds, with a total of 52.5.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

The over is 6-1 in Jacksonville’s last seven games after accumulating at least 350 total yards in their previous game.  The Jaguars are 0-4 against the spread (ATS) in their last four games against teams with a losing home record and they are also 0-4 ATS in their last four games played on field turf.

The Vikings have been putting up big points at home, with the over 7-0 in their last seven home games.  Minnesota is 4-1 ATS in their last five games after accumulating at least 350 total yards in their previous game.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Mike Glennon, the third different starting quarterback for Jacksonville this season, had a solid showing despite the Jaguars 27-25 loss to the Browns, last week.  Glennon finished with 235 passing yards, two TDs and no interceptions.  Rookie running back, James Robinson, also broke out against Cleveland.  Robinson ran for 128 yards and one touchdown, averaging 5.8 yards per carry against a solid Browns rush defence.

The Jacksonville defence struggled last week, allowing 207 rushing yards and giving up an average of 6.3 yards per carry to the Browns.  The Jaguars give up an average of 136.2 rushing yards per game, which is 29th in the league, and 4.5 yards per carry.  Jacksonville’s pass defence hasn’t been any better, ranking near the bottom of the league by giving up an average of 279.5 passing yards per game.

Minnesota Vikings

Despite missing star receiver Adam Thielen to COVID protocol, the Vikings salvaged a 28-27 win against Carolina, last week.  Kirk Cousins threw for 307 yards and three TDs, setting up Justin Jefferson to finish with 70 receiving yards and two TDs.  If Thielen is cleared to play on Sunday, it’s a huge boost to Minnesota’s offence, as Thielen’s 11 receiving TDs  this season, is tied for second in the NFL.

Minnesota also has arguably the best running back in the league.  Dalvin Cook’s 1,130 rushing yards is second only to Derrick Henry and his 13 rushing TDs leads the NFL.  Even with the Vikings defence giving up an average of 261.3 passing yards per game, the offence has kept them alive in the playoff picture.

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