This coming Sunday, the Detroit Lions face the Seattle Seahawks at Ford Field. With a win, the Lions would move to 4-3 on the season and their chances of winning the NFC North would seem even more realistic than they do now. According to the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas, the Lions are currently a 3 point favorite over the Seahawks.
But what about the following week when the Lions hit the road to take on the Minnesota Vikings?
Well, the Westgate has us covered for that too as they have already released their NFL Week 9 odds and the Vikings are currently listed as a 6.5 point favorite over the Lions.
Early Week 9 NFL Odds from the Las Vegas SuperBook:
Vikings -6.5 vs Lions
Saints PK vs Rams
Patriots -7.5 vs Packers
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— Johnny Detroit (@Johnny_Detroit) October 23, 2018
As we know, these odds can change in a heartbeat depending on a plethora of scenarios, so we will keep you posted.
Ricky Jean-Francois has request for Detroit Lions fans
The louder the crowd, the tougher it is for an opposing offense not only took all their players but to get into a rhythm. When it comes to sports, home-field advantage is very real thing.
The main reason for the home-field advantage in the National Football League is the crowd. In a NFL football game, a loud and rowdy crowd can make all the difference in the world for the home team. This is especially true when the home team is on defense. The louder the crowd, the tougher it is for the opposing offense not only to make calls at the line of scrimmage, but to get into a rhythm.
On Thursday, Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ricky Jean-Francois Spoke to the media and he had a request for the fans that will be in attendance on Sunday to watch the Lions take on the Seattle Seahawks. He made it extremely clear that he wants the fans to be as loud as possible and that they can worry about their voices on Monday.
Here is the video of his comments.
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