Saints-Vikings Predictions - 2018 Divisional Playoffs Round

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Jan/12/2018

Former Las Vegas bookmaker Micah Roberts joins Hana Ostapchuk to break down New Orleans and Minnesota's matchup for CBS Sportsline. 

The line on this game opened at -3.5 in favor of Minnesota and has since moved up to -5, but not above that number.

"They match up pretty well," Micah tells us. "Each week you expect (Vikings quarterback) Case Keenum to have a let down and not be this great quarterback that he's been all season but he keeps doing the job."

They've gone 11-4-1 Against The Spread this season.  In fact, the Vikings have given local bookmakers fits in recent years with their impressive record in covering games, even last year.

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