9/4 7:00 ET At NY Giants -4 Washington
9/7 1:00 ET At Baltimore -1 Cincinnati
9/7 1:00 ET NY Jets -3 At Miami
9/7 1:00 ET At New England -15 Kansas City
9/7 1:00 ET At Pittsburgh -7 Houston
9/7 1:00 ET Jacksonville -3 At Tennessee
9/7 1:00 ET Detroit -1 At Atlanta
9/7 1:00 ET At Buffalo -1 Seattle
9/7 1:00 ET At New Orleans -3.5 Tampa Bay
9/7 1:00 ET At Philadelphia -7 St. Louis
9/7 4:15 ET Dallas -3 At Cleveland
9/7 4:15 ET At San Diego -10 Carolina
9/7 4:15 ET Arizona -2.5 At San Francisco
9/7 8:15 ET At Indianapolis -9 Chicago
Monday Night Football Point Spread
9/8 7:00 ET At Green Bay -2.5 Minnesota
9/8 10:15 ET Denver -1 At Oakland
Give me the Packers -2.5 at home.
When the Steelers were a primarily a conservative Run team that played Strong defense, they always got off to slow starts. The Vikings soooooo remind me of those Steeler teams. The Vikings will win their fair share of games. But their not going to line up at Greenbay and just ram the ball down the Packers throats week 1. Not against that defense and not on the road. It will take a while before the Vikings truly get rolling.
Aaron Rogers will open it up early and often and then hand off the ball to that Rookie RB that played so well a year ago. Being that this is a Monday night game, the Public will be anticipating a huge game from adrian Peterson as well as a poor game from Rogers. Trust me, ESPN will hype the game that way. But it will be Rogers and his RB that will steal the show.
PACKERS 27 Vikings 7