On its face, Sunday's game between the Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills doesn't seem like a matchup of particular historical significance. Though they do remain one of the NFC's top contenders, the 1-0-1 Vikes are coming off a tie with the Green Bay Packers — apparently ties are a weekly thing now — while the 0-2 Bills are reeling after a second straight embarrassing defeat. For most of the country, it's just another routine game to indifferently monitor via RedZone. To the Las Vegas oddsmakers, however, this Minnesota-Buffalo tilt is far from ordinary. The opening line on the game, which hasn't moved yet, was 16½ points, making it one of the most lopsided point spreads in modern history.