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New Orleans Saints VS Minnesota Vikings

New Orleans Saints VS Minnesota Vikings

New Orleans Saints VS Minnesota Vikings in Week 16. Who wins NFL Week 16 game? The Minnesota Vikings (6-8) and New Orleans Saints (10-4) face off on Christmas Day in a Week 16 NFL game.

Check out these NFL Week 16 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 2:30 p.m. MST time on Fox and the NFL Network. The Saints are a 7.5-point favorite in the game.

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Jarrett Bailey writes: “The Saints lost by three to the Chiefs this past week, but the game was much more in the Chiefs’ favor than the score would show. The Saints scored late to make the final look more respectable, having not had a first down in their first five drives. The Vikings have lost two straight games, both of which were close and winnable against the Buccaneers and Bears, respectively. The Week 16 NFL odds like the Saints by a touchdown, but don’t sleep on the Vikings and their balanced and explosive offense. I have them riding to the bayou in a one-horse open sleigh and beating the Saints on Christmas day.”

The Minnesota Vikings (6-8) visit the New Orleans Saints (10-4) Christmas Day for a 4:30 p.m. ET kickoff in Week 16.

The Vikings’ playoff hopes took a big hit with a 33-27 home loss to the Chicago Bears in Week 15. Minnesota, which was a 2.5-point favorite, allowed 397 total yards, including a career-high 146 rushing yards and two touchdowns to Bears RB David Montgomery. Vikings RB Dalvin Cook finished with 132 rushing yards and one TD. Minnesota’s chance of making the postseason fell to 3% with the loss, according to Vikings Wire. The Arizona Cardinals (8-6) are currently in the final NFC playoff spot, while the Bears are 7-7. To earn the final berth, Minnesota needs to win out (at Saints and at Detroit Lions), Arizona has to lose its final two games (home vs. San Francisco 49ers and at Los Angeles Rams) and Chicago has to lose one game (either at Jacksonville Jaguars or at home vs. Green Bay Packers).

Depending on what sportsbook is referenced, the Saints either pushed (+3) or failed to cover (+2.5) in a 32-29 home loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 15. The good news was that QB Drew Brees returned after missing four games with fractured ribs and a punctured lung. After a slow start – 6 incompletions and 1 interception – he finished 15 of 34 for 234 passing yards and 3 TDs with the one pick. New Orleans, which already clinched a playoff berth and needs just one win to claim the NFC South title, led 15-14 early in the third quarter, but Kansas City QB Patrick Mahomes threw the final of his 4 touchdowns to give the Chiefs a 29-15 lead with 13:44 to go. A Brees-to-RB Alvin Kamara 14-yard TD made it 29-22 at the 9:43 mark. After the Chiefs kicked a field go with 4:18 remaining, Brees connected with WR Lil’Jordan Humphrey for a 17-yard TD with 2:06 left. The Saints had 2 timeouts left, but the Chiefs were able to run out the clock for the win.

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