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NFC North Bet – Minnesota Vikings vs. Arizona Cardinals

Posted by Brett Nielson on 11/5/2010 10:33:19 AM

This upcoming North Bet Sunday matchup against the Arizona Cardinals could be the last chance for the Minnesota Vikings to salvage a disappointing NFL betting online season.

(3-4) Arizona Cardinals at (2-5) Minnesota Vikings
Live from Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - MN
Kickoff: 1:00 PM ET Sunday, November 7, 2010
Broadcast: FOX

NorthBet NFL Betting Online:
Arizona Cardinals +9
Minnesota Vikings -9
Total 41

What a disaster the Minnesota Vikings have turned out to be this NFC North bet season.

The Vikings have already lost 5 of 7 games this year, beating only the (2-5) Detroit Lions in Week 3 and the (1-6) Dallas Cowboys in Week 6.

In addition, just a month after trading with the New England Patriots for all-pro receiver Randy Moss, head coach Brad Childress decided it was best to waive the ‘troubled’ wide out. “(This trade) was a poor decision”, Childress stated after releasing Moss.

More recently, Childress also claimed that Moss would not be the last team member to be released this season if the Vikings North Bet season doesn’t turn around.

Multiple Minnesota players have stated to the media that they are not satisfied with the way that their head coach is running the team.

41-year-old quarterback Brett Favre has had several arguments with Childress this season in regards to questionable play calls. Throughout the past few weeks, Favre and his coach had multiple public disputes about each other’s decision-making this NFL betting online year.

Childress called out his starting quarterback in a press conference at the end of the Vikings Week 7 North Bet matchup against the Green Bay Packers for throwing three interceptions.

Second-year wide receiver Percy Harvin has also shown signs of discontent regarding his head coach. He publicly insulted Childress by saying that there were insufficient changes made at halftime last week versus the New England Patriots.

Also, like many of his teammates, Harvin believes that the release of Moss was a terrible decision. Adrian Peterson, Greg Camarillo and Ben Leber have all stated their distress with the mysterious ‘Moss Decision.’

With an unsatisfied team, a disgruntled coach, and the absence of Randy Moss, the Minnesota Vikings are, as Percy Harvin so eloquently put it in an interview with ESPN, “Back to where they were four weeks ago.”

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