A Popular Reduced Juice Betting Portal Offers Reduced Juice Odds on The Best Team in The NFL for its Upcoming Game Against The Vikings Next Sunday .
Online PR News – 21-September-2012 – Panama, City – The top ranked San Francisco 49ers face the Vikings at Minnesota next Sunday in what promises to be one of the most exciting NFL games of the week. As the buzz surrounding this highly anticipated event continues to build, social media outlets are rife with opinions and commentary. LowVig.com, a popular reduced juice betting portal, has the 49ers listed at -6½ (-105) with a comeback of +6½(-105) on Minnesota. This 10 cent line represents a saving of 5 cents on the dollar for either side, compared to the standard -110 odds being offered by most competing sportsbooks.
San Francisco (2-0) now tops the ESPN power rankings after the New England Patriots, who were #1 last week suffered an embarrassing upset, losing to the 20th ranked Arizona Cardinals at home. While it is still very early in the season, last Sunday's performance has many experts speculating that the 49ers might just have what it takes to go all the way this year.
The Niners wowed fans last weekend as they plowed through the Lions defense and all but shut down one of the best quarterbacks in the league to claim a 27-14 victory over Detroit, led by a defiant and exuberant Alex Smith. While San Francisco's defense is indisputably the best in the league, Smith's outstanding performance last Saturday took both fans and commentators by surprise. Nevertheless, his stats speak for themselves. Smith holds his team's record for the most consecutive passing attempts without an interception, topping both Steve Young and Joe Montana's respective records of 154 and 184 with a whopping 216. While he ranked 19th in the league last season, Smith is the #2 Quarterback in the NFL so far this season, boasting a passing rating of 115.9 and a 70.2% completion rate after nailing 47 out of 57 attempts.
Minnesota has home field advantage this week after losing by 3 points to the Colts at Indianapolis last Weekend in what many have termed a "stroke of Luck" (pun intended). Indi kicker Adam Vinatieri scored a 53 yard field goal with 8 seconds on the clock to the win the game after the Vikings had come back from a two touchdown deficit , tying game at 20 late in the fourth quarter. Minnesota is now 1-1 after winning its opener against the Jaguars 26-20 in Week 1.
Despite their narrow loss to Indianapolis, The Vikings are certainly not without their own merits. Second year quarterback Christian Ponder is currently the most accurate passer in the league with a completion rate of 75.8 so far this season. Then there's star running back Adrian Peterson, who scored 2 touchdowns against Jacksonville in Week 1 and rushed for 970 yards and 12 touchdowns in 12 games last year. What remains to be seen, however, is whether the Vikings offense has what it takes to stand up against the best defense in the NFL.
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