Perhaps no team in the NFL frustrates fans and gamblers more than the Vikings. Minnesota begins each season as a Super Bowl best bet. By contrast, Minnesota never delivers the goods. From 1969 through 1976, the Vikings made four Super Bowls, failing each time. But at least they were there. Since those Glory Years under coach Bud Grant, Minnesota has never returned to Super Sunday. Quarterback Kirk Cousins was supposed to fix that. But the last time the Vikings made the NFC Championship Game was with Case Keenum in the 2017 campaign. Cousins was touted as the final piece.
Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears Betting Information
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears CashBet Wagering Analysis
As bad as the Vikings have been, the Bears are a difficult top online sportsbook sell to the public. Squares like home teams but hate underdogs. By contrast, Wise Guys hate inconsistent road favorites. But home dogs that can’t deliver are loathsome to them as well. Thus, live betting will be a preferred option for many players. Chicago will be opposed more than Minnesota is supported between these two teams.
Vikings Beat Steelers for Probable False Hope
Minnesota has dropped to of their previous three games to the odds. While the Vikings have gone over the total in four straight outings. Second place in the NFC North is Minnesota’s current standing behind Green Bay.
Last time out, Minnesota beat Pittsburgh 36-28 as 3.5-point home favorites. The game went over the betting on Super Bowl total of 45. As a result, the Vikings are 6-7 straight up, 7-6 against the spread, and 8-5 over/under. Minnesota has NFL metrics of 3rd for total offense and 11th for scoring offense. Defensively, the Vikings have NFL marks of 29th overall and 25th for points allowed.
Bear Market in Chicago for Lost Season
Late on, the Bears have dropped seven of their last eight to the spread. In their most recent six matchups, Chicago is 4-2 over the total. Chicago trails Green Bay and the Vikings in the NFC North.
Chicago is coming off a 45-30 loss at Green Bay as 11.5-point away dogs. Also, the game went over the Super Bowl betting odds total of 43. Now the Bears stand at 4-9 straight up, 4-9 against the spread, and 5-8 over/under. Chicago has NFL metrics of 31st for total offense and 28th for scoring offense. Defensively, the Bears have NFL metrics of 9th overall and 24th for points allowed.
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears Against the Spread
Overall, the Vikings have covered four of their most recent six games. Minnesota has cleared the Super Bowl betting total in five of their last six matchups. Against Chicago, the Vikings are 1-5 straight up. The Bears and Vikings are 1-6 to the under in their previous seven meetings. Specifically, the Vikings are 8-1 over the total on the road. The Vikings have covered just four of their last 14 tries in NFC matchups. Against the North Division, Minnesota is 1-4 on the board. While in December, the Vikings are 1-4 straight up.
The Bears are 1-7 vs. the line in their previous eight games. Chicago is 4-8 to the under in their last 12 matchups. Overall, the Bears are 1-7 straight up in their previous eight games. Chicago has failed to cover four of their last five home games. Against the NFC North, the Bears are 3-6 straight up. Finally, Chicago is 6-1 to the over in December action.
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears CashBet Free Pick
This rivalry dates back to 1961, when the Vikings entered the NFL as an expansion team. But each side’s poor NFL gambling results take the shine off the game. Chicago has been too putrid to rate a recommendation.
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