Giants-Vikings Week 16 odds, lines and spread

The Vikings continue to be an impressive home team (7-1), other than their 40-3 loss to the cowboys in Week 11. After a disastrous first half versus the Colts (outscored 33-0) in Week 15, Minnesota delivered the biggest comeback in NFL history, along with its NFC North division title since 2017.

On the downside, the Vikings have only two more points (351) than their opponents (349), something that will haunt them in the postseason. Minnesota holds a one-game lead over the 49ers for the 2-seed while training the Eagles by two wins for a first-round bye and the 1-seed.

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