The world of online sports betting contains a wide spectrum of possibilities for football lovers and hopeful gamblers. There are several intriguing NFL props available on our sportsbook for Monday’s game between the Vikings at the Bears. Let’s quickly preview the Vikings vs Bears Week 10 props and our standard NFL odds.
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The Chicago Bears (5-4) play host to the seemingly surging Minnesota Vikings (3-5) in a clash of NFC North hopefuls. Minnesota is riding a two-game winning streak, mainly on the legs of stud RB Dalvin Cook. However, Cook faces a stingy Chicago run defense that has held him to 84 yards on 34 carries over their last three meetings.
Vikings’ QB Kirk Cousins hasn’t fared much better against the Bears during the Matt Nagy era. Cousins is 0-3 vs Chicago under Nagy, averaging a trifling 209 passing yards per game. Nagy effectively acts as kryptonite to Minnesota’s top two offensive weapons. Yet the visiting Vikings are favored, giving three points to the struggling Bears.
Defensively, Minnesota is pretty soft, and Chicago’s offense should find a nice rhythm. Expect Bears’ QB Nick Foles to build on his 335-yard passing performance from a week ago against the Titans. WR Allen Robinson has the opportunity for a monster game.
Kirk Cousins (MIN) Under 220½ Total Passing Yards (-115)
Remember, Cousins has averaged 209 yards per game vs the Bears over his previous three matchups with them. In last week’s NFL matchup, Cousins threw for exactly 220 yards vs the Detroit Lions, and he only managed to gain 160 yards through the air vs the Packers in NFL Week 8. Cousins hasn’t exactly been tearing up the field, and his disappointment will continue on Monday night in Chicago. $25 earns you $21.74 when Cousins falls short.
Dalvin Cook (MIN) Under 88½ Rushing Yards (-105)
Cook hasn’t been able to tally 89 yards over the course of the last three games vs the Bears. Beast that he is, Cook has struggled mightily against Chicago, averaging less than 2.5 yards per carry against the Bears. Cook may bang in a couple of TDs here, but his yardage total should be low enough to earn you a few Ducketts.
Nick Foles (CHI) Over 276½ Passing Yards (-105)
Foles has averaged 289 passing yards per game over his last three contests, throwing for more volume each time out. The former Super Bowl MVP hasn’t eclipsed a 100.0 QB rating yet this season, but last week’s NFL matchup vs the Tennessee Titans he earned a 99.4, throwing for 335 yards along the way. Foles clearly has big game potential in him, and this high-stakes matchup at home against Minnesota is a perfect spot.
Allen Robinson (CHI) Over 72 Receiving Yards (-115)
Robinson is an extremely talented wideout, and Foles targets him approximately 10 times per game. Self-named “Old Fashioned”, Robinson is primed to take the banged-up Vikings secondary to school. Robinson is averaging more than 79 yards per game over his previous three games, and should go north of 100 on Monday night.
Winning Margin: Bears to Win By 1-3 Points (+800)
A juicy payout to round out the props party. Chicago is on a bit of a slide, but they’ve played extremely well at home recently. This is the same Bears team that took the New Orleans Saints to OT at Soldier Field in an NFL Week 8 matchup. Prior to that, Chicago defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20-19 at home. The magic that the Bears displayed earlier this season hasn’t completely dissipated, and the Vikings just aren’t that good.
Historically, the Vikings are 3-14 ATS over their last 17 games in Chicago. The Bears will come out growling and slashing, snapping their three-game losing streak like a twig on the forest floor. This is a solid bet. $10 wins you $80, and if you’re swinging for the fences, $25 wins you $200. Have yourself a Monday Night fiesta! Good luck, one and all.
Prediction: Bears 27, Vikings 24
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