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The Minnesota Vikings and St. Louis Rams is the most intriguing matchup of Week 15.
Neither offense presents a dominant passing game, but each can run the ball with much consistency.
Interestingly enough, Minnesota has the better ground game, but St. Louis is better at passing.
Unfortunately, neither defense consistently locks down in coverage, and both allow an average of four yards per rushing attempt.
The Rams may present more offensive balance, but Adrian Peterson's explosiveness is capable of taking over at anytime for Minnesota.
Can St. Louis isolate Peterson throughout? And will the Vikings defense control the line of scrimmage?
No and yes. Peterson averages 6.0 yards per carry, and despite St. Louis fielding a solid front seven, Christian Ponder's mobility works better off play-action.
Sam Bradford doesn't possess that level of mobility, and Minnesota is capable of applying just as much quarterback pressure.
Vikings 17, Rams 14