Vikings vs. Packers Prop Odds


GREEN BAY, WI (The Spread) – Two NFC North rivals meet in the first round of the NFL Playoffs on Saturday night. Here is a look at the prop odds available for the Vikings vs. Packers game.

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The Packers come into this game as the favorite at home, as they have odds of -9.5 points against the Vikings. The over/under total for the game has been set at 46 points. There are a number of key players on both sides of the ball in this game. The focus on this game will be on the stars of both teams. According to oddsmakers from, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been given over/under odds of 2.5 touchdown passes against the Vikings. Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson has been given over/under odds of 126.5 rushing yards.

Rodgers comes into this game having thrown 39 touchdown passes during the season. That is an average of 2.43 per game, just under what the odds are set at. In the meeting with Minnesota at home, Rodgers had just one touchdown pass in a 23-14 victory. Last week in Minnesota, Rodgers had four touchdown passes. Rodgers has had at least three TD passes in his last three games. Despite having a respectable defense, the Vikings have allowed 28 passing touchdowns this season. That ranks tied for eighth-worst in the NFL.

Peterson comes into the game coming off the second-best rushing season in NFL history. Peterson racked up 2,097 yards and 12 touchdowns this season, finishing 8 yards shy of the all-time NFL record. Peterson averaged 131.1 yards per game during the season and he had at least 150 yards in four of his last five games and he had at least 127 yards in eight games this season. Against the Packers, Peterson rushed for 210 yards at Lambeau and 199 yards at home. The Packers have struggled to contain him this season. Green Bay is allowing an average of 118.5 rushing yards per game this season. That ranks right in the middle of the league, at 17th overall. The issue could be how much Peterson has left in the tank, but with it all on the line, you have to expect him to be at his best.

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Game odds

Minnesota Vikings +9.5 Over 46

Green Bay Packers -9.5 Under 46

Margin of victory

Packers Win By 01-03 pts +600

Packers Win By 04-06 pts +600

Packers Win By 07-10 pts +400

Packers Win By 11-13 pts +700

Packers Win By 14-17 pts +600

Packers Win By 18-21 pts +1000

Packers Win By 22-25 pts +1500

Packers Win By 26-29 pts +2000

Packers Win By 30 or more +1500

Vikings Win By 01-03 pts +600

Vikings Win By 04-06 pts +800

Vikings Win By 07-10 pts +1500

Vikings Win By 11-13 pts +1500

Vikings Win By 14-17 pts +2000

Vikings Win By 18 or more +2500

Double result

1st Half-Packers/Game-Vikings +800

1st Half-Tie/Game-Packers +1600

1st Half-Tie/Game-Vikings +2000

1st Half-Vikings/Game-Packers +600

Packers win 1st Half & Game -200

Vikings win 1st Half & Game +400

Total points scored

00-14 Points +2000

15-21 Points +1400

22-28 Points +900

29-35 Points +650

36-42 Points +450

43-49 Points +400

50-56 Points +600

57-63 Points +700

64-70 Points +900

71-77 Points +1200

78 or More Points +700

Highest scoring quarter

1st Quarter +275

2nd Quarter +160

3rd Quarter +300

4th Quarter +200

First score will be

Packers Field Goal +300

Packers Safety +5000

Packers Touchdown Pass +220

Packers Touchdown Run +600

Packers Any Other Touchdown +1500

Vikings Field Goal +600

Vikings Safety +5000

Vikings Touchdown Pass +600

Vikings Touchdown Run +600

Vikings Any Other Touchdown +1500

Player to score first TD

Adrian Peterson (Vikings) +500

Jordy Nelson (Packers) +700

Greg Jennings (Packers) +700

Randall Cobb (Packers) +1000

DuJuan Harris (Packers) +1000

James Jones (Packers) +1000

Jermichael Finley (Packers) +1500

Aaron Rodgers (Packers) +1500

Jarius Wright (Vikings) +1500

Jerome Simpson (Vikings) +1500

Kyle Rudolph (Vikings) +1500

Christian Ponder (Vikings) +1800

Michael Jenkins (Vikings) +2000

Toby Gerhart (Vikings) +2500

Field (Any Other Player) +600

No TD Scored in the Game +15000

Team prop odds

Will either team score in the first 6:30 of play: Yes (-130) No (+100)

Total points for the Vikings: Over/Under 19.5

Total points for the Packers: Over/Under 27.5

Team to score first: Vikings (+145) Packers (-175)

First score will be: Touchdown (-180) Any other score (+150)

Longest touchdown of the game: Over/Under 44.5 yards

Longest made field goal of the game: Over/Under 44.5 yards

Shortest made field goal of the game: Over/Under 25.5 yards

Total field goals made by both teams: Over/Under 3.5

Total punts by both teams: Over/Under 8.5

Total sacks by both teams: Over/Under 5.5

Will the game be decided by exactly 3 points: Yes (+400) No (-600)

Will there be a defensive or special teams touchdown: Yes (+160) No (-200)

Largest lead of the game: Over/Under 16.5 points

Player prop odds

Total completions for Christian Ponder (Vikings): Over/Under 17.5

First pass for Ponder will be: Touchdown (-140) Interception (+110)

Total passing yards for Ponder: Over/Under 191.5

Will Ponder throw an interception: Yes (-300) No (+220)

Total rushing attempts for Ponder: Over/Under 3.5

Total rushing yards for Adrian Peterson (Vikings): Over/Under 126.5

Total rushing yards on first attempt for Peterson: Over/Under 3.5

Longest rush from scrimmage for Peterson: Over/Under 29.5 yards

Will Peterson score a first-half touchdown: Yes (+130) No (-160)

Will Peterson score a touchdown: Yes (-220) No (+170)

Total receiving yards for Michael Jenkins (Vikings): Over/Under 36.5

Total receptions for Jerome Simpson (Vikings): Over/Under 2.5

Total receiving yards for Kyle Rudolph (Vikings): Over/Under 37.5

Will Rudolph score a touchdown: Yes (+160) No (-200)

Total tackles for Chad Greenway (Vikings): Over/Under 8.5

Total sacks for Jared Allen (Vikings): Over/Under 1.5

Total points for Blair Walsh (Vikings): Over/Under 8.5

Total completions for Aaron Rodgers (Packers): Over/Under 25.5

Longest completion for Rodgers: Over/Under 38.5 yards

Total passing yards for Rodgers: Over/Under 292.5

Total touchdown passes for Rodgers: Over/Under 2.5

Will Rodgers thrown an interception: Yes (-130) No (+100)

Will a member of the Packers score a rushing touchdown: Yes (-150) No (+120)

Total receiving yards for Jordy Nelson (Packers): Over/Under 56.5

Will Nelson score a touchdown: Yes (+140) No (-180)

Total receptions for Greg Jennings (Packers): Over/Under 5.5

Total receiving yards for Jennings: Over/Under 64.5

Will Jennings score a touchdown: Yes (+100) No (-130)

Total receptions for Randall Cobb (Packers): Over/Under 4.5

Total receiving yards for Cobb: Over/Under 64.5

Total receptions for Jermichael Finley (Packers): Over/Under 4.5

Total receiving yards for Finley: Over/Under 54.5

Will Clay Matthews (Packers) record a sack: Yes (-240) No (+180)

Will Casey Hayward (Packers) intercept a pass: Yes (+260) No (-340)

Total points for Mason Crosby (Packers): Over/Under 8.5

Will Crosby miss a field goal: Yes (+140) No (-170)

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