The Vikings vs. Falcons live stream online and televised 2015 NFL game on Sunday will feature a pair of teams currently within the playoff picture in the NFC. Right now, Minnesota (7-3) sits atop the NFC North division after Green Bay’s recent loss to the Bears on Thanksgiving. A win keeps them there, but a loss makes the division that much more interesting. The Atlanta Falcons are second in the NFC South and trail Carolina by four games and are considered a wild card team in the NFC if the playoffs started today. Sunday’s 2015 NFL live streaming and TV coverage arrives through Fox network and other sources around the United States.
According to a Nov. 28 injury report from NBC Sports, two key members of the Vikings’ defense will be sidelined for this game. Safety Harrison Smith and cornerback Trae Waynes were both downgraded from questionable to out for the Falcons game. Waynes has been dealing with an ankle problem while Smith has been hampered by a knee issue. Starting in place of Smith will be Antone Exum, rather than Robert Blanton. Also of note, defensive end Everson Griffen, who had been previously listed as questionable, could be available. Griffen had been dealing with a hip and shoulder injury.
For the home team, kicker Matt Bryant is listed as out due to a right quad injury, while running back Devonta Freeman is out due to a recent concussion. Wide receiver Leonard Hankerson is also sidelined due to a hamstring injury. Cornerback Robert Alford, guard Andy Levitre and safety Robenson Therize are all listed as probable for Sunday’s game. Atlanta will need a victory at home against the Vikings to remain within the wild card picture, as a number of other NFC teams including the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears and Seattle Seahawks are all still within reach with five to six games left on their schedule.
The favorite for this matchup will be Atlanta by two points on the spread, which first opened in Vegas at 2-1/2 points in their favor. On the moneyline, the visiting Vikings are +108 underdogs while the Falcons are -128 favorites. Sunday’s points total is set at 46 points for the over/under wagers. In terms of future odds, bettors will find Minnesota has 20 to 1 odds to win the Super Bowl, while Atlanta ranks lower down the list with odds of 80 to 1 to win it all.
Sunday’s Vikings vs. Falcons game gets started at 1 p.m. Eastern Time. The live televised game coverage will be shown through Fox affiliate stations around the country. For live streaming online, cable and satellite subscribers may be able to watch on Fox Sports Go website or apps where available. NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile and Sunday Direct Ticket are also available with live feeds for subscribers to view. Live audio commentary is available for both teams via Sirius XM channel 82 for Atlanta or channel 108 for the Vikings.