Vikings vs. Saints Betting Odds & 2010 NFL Championship Picks

Vernon CroyCorrespondent IJanuary 22, 2010

NEW ORLEANS - JANUARY 16:  A cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints performs against the Arizona Cardinals during the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Louisana Superdome on January 16, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Vikings vs. Saints Betting Odds & NFL NFC Championship Picks

The end of the NFL Playoff season is upon us but not before the two remaining teams in each conference battle it out on Sunday January 24th. They are all fighting for the opportunity to represent their respective conferences in the Super Bowl 44 in two weeks. On the NFC side, it is not going to be an easy battle for either team involved. On one side of the game, you’ve got the #1 offense in the league in the New Orleans Saints. On the other side, you’ve got one of the best all-around teams in the Minnesota Vikings. The betting odds have the Saints are favored by 3.5 points at most sportsbooks. You can bet the Vikings vs. Saints game online at and enjoy a special $500 deposit bonus up to $500 so if you deposit $500 you will get $1000 in your account.

It is not often that you get to see a 40 year old quarterback play in the NFC Championship game. However, if you tune in this weekend, you will definitely get to see that as Brett Favre takes the field for the Vikings. Favre has been doing things in an amazing way for many years now. After a storied career in Green Bay and a pit stop in New York, he has really turned it on in Minnesota. He has turned in one of his best seasons in the league this year and he looks primed for a great game this week. He lit up the Cowboys last weekend and threw four touchdown passes along the way. This week, he gets an opportunistic defense in New Orleans to try and get the better of. If you are looking for Vikings vs. Saints Betting Odds & NFL NFC Championship Picks I would take the game to go Over the posted total of 52.5 points.

While Favre gets most of the attention because he’s a household name, Drew Brees hasn’t been too shabby this year either. In fact, according to passer rating, he has been the best quarterback in the league. He has guided the best offense in the league all year and started out 13-0. Regardless of how this one plays out, you can rest assured, this is going to be a classic game that you do not want to miss.

Check out the Vikings vs. Saints Betting Odds & NFL NFC Championship Picks to gain insight on who will win this Sunday.