Sunday's NFL action includes a game that hits television during the morning hours. It will be the latest American football game to be featured over in England as the Minnesota Vikings take on the winless Cleveland Browns. With Aaron Rodgers recently getting hurt, it's given the NFC competitors a bit more of a chance at taking the division. Meanwhile, Cleveland just wants a win. Here's the latest Vikings vs. Browns game preview with matchup odds, start time, TV Channel, and live streaming options.

MIN vs. CLE preview

As they enter Sunday's matchup, the Minnesota Vikings are looking like one of the NFL's playoff contenders through the first half of the season.

The Vikings hold a 5-2 record overall and have reeled off three-straight wins. That includes last week's victory over the Baltimore Ravens 24-16. The team is scoring 20.9 Points Per Game and putting 368 total yards of offense on the board per game while allowing opponents just 17 points and under 305 yards a game. Minnesota is getting it done with Case Keenum as their quarterback as Sam Bradford and Teddy Bridgewater have both been injured for the season. Of the two, Bridgewater looks like he could be closing in on a return while Bradford is still listed as "out" ahead of Sunday's game.

For the Cleveland Browns, this NFL season has been just as rough as the previous one. They're currently 0-7 after losing last week's game to the Tennessee Titans 12-9 in overtime. The team has seemed to be on the verge of their first win several times, as they have three-point losses to the New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts as well.

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Cleveland is struggling to stop their opponents as the Browns are averaging 14.7 points compared to 24.1 points per game for their opposition. They'll be without their No. 1 draft pick Myles Garrett for this game, with Jabril Peppers also a possibility to miss the game.

For the game on Sunday, it's not surprising that the Minnesota Vikings are favorites. On the moneyline they are -550 favorites compared to +400 for the underdogs. Minnesota is also favored by 10 points on the spread with the over/under points total at 38 for the game.

How to watch it live

Sunday morning's Minnesota Vikings vs. Cleveland Browns game in London has a scheduled start time of 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage of this game will be shown exclusively through the NFL Network for cable and satellite subscribers around the country.

For live streaming, viewers may want to consider a SlingTV subscription. The channel streaming service offers NFL Network as part of the Sling Orange channel package. All new customers can sign up for a one-week free trial over at the Sling.com website.