Vikings vs. Eagles: Preview, score prediction for NFC Championship 2018, Vikings vs. Eagles: Final Odds, Spread Picks for NFC Championship Game 2018, The Vikings are 0-3 against the Eagles in the postseason — three double-digit defeats under three different coaches (Bud Grant, Mike Tice and Brad Childress). Poor quarterback play was an issue each game.
The Minnesota Vikings head to Philadelphia for the second straight year. Last season, Mike Zimmer’s team was 5-0 and wound up falling to the Eagles, 21-10.
Both the Birds and the Purple Gang finished 13-3 during the regular season and each is coming off a five-point victory in the NFC Divisional Playoffs. The Eagles held off the Atlanta Falcons and the Vikings got that Case Keenum-to-Stefon Diggs 61-yard touchdown on the final play of the game to stun Sean Payton’s squad.
If you’re looking for a lot of points this Sunday at Philadelphia, keep in mind that Keenum and Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback Nick Foles will be facing two of the better defenses in the league. The Minnesota Vikings allowed the fewest yards and fewest points in the NFL this season and Doug Pederson’s club isn’t far behind.
Now two teams that failed to reach the playoffs in 2016 are vying for an appearance in Super Bowl LII after earning a berth in the NFC Championship Game. However, the roads to this point for both teams have been quite different.
Two teams that have made and lost six combined Super Bowls but are the owners of three separate miracles will fight for the right to represent the NFC in Super Bowl LII.The Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles will face off on Sunday at 6:40 p.m. ET with Fox carrying the television broadcast. Per OddsShark, the Vikings are three-point favorites, and the game is listed with a 38.5-point over/under total.Here’s a look at four pivotal questions for the NFC Championship, in addition to a prediction.