Home / NHL / #Canisius guard Takal Molson (15) steals the ball away from Albany Great Danes forward Brent Hank (10) in the first half at Koessler Athletic Center in Buffalo, NY on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018. James P. McCoy/Buffalo News Canisius Griffins 66, Great Danes 75 final.

#Canisius guard Takal Molson (15) steals the ball away from Albany Great Danes forward Brent Hank (10) in the first half at Koessler Athletic Center in Buffalo, NY on Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018. James P. McCoy/Buffalo News Canisius Griffins 66, Great Danes 75 final.

What to Know

If the oddsmakers’ predictions hold true, the near future looks bright for Minnesota. They will look to defend their home turf on Sunday against Buffalo at 1:00 p.m..

You win some, you lose some – and sometimes you tie some, too. That’s exactly what happened last week between Minnesota and Green Bay, who ended their contest at a 29-29 deadlock.

Meanwhile, Buffalo came up short against the Chargers, falling 20-31. This makes it the second defeat in a row for Buffalo.

Minnesota will no doubt be looking for a more decisive result in this contest. We’ll see soon enough whether it’s one they like

How To Watch

Prediction

The Vikings are a big 16.5 point favorite against the Bills.

Last season, Minnesota were 11-5-2 against the spread. As for Buffalo, they were 10-6-1 against the spread

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