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Point spread, total, moneyline, and more for Vikings-Bears in Week 4

The Vikings and Bears square off in a critical Week 4 NFC North showdown. We break down all the pertinent odds, including the point spread, notable prop bets, and recent betting history.


The Vikings have started the year 2-1, and are sixth in point differential at +31. Kevin Stefanski has this Minnesota offense humming, and he is doing it through a ground game inspired by assistant Gary Kubiak. The Vikings are 61 percent run to open the year, after running the ball just 36 percent of the time in 2018. This is a clear change in identity inspired by head coach Mike Zimmer. And it’s been effective, as Minnesota has run for 5.6 yards per carry, third-highest in the NFL. Conversely, the team is dead last in pass attempts with 63. No team is within even 20 attempts of them.

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Chicago dominated an inferior Washington team, but they still haven’t looked quite right over the first three games of the year. Mitchell Trubisky, in particular, has been dreadful. He is averaging just 5.6 yards per attempt, worse than all qualified quarterbacks other than Josh Rosen. Fortunately for the Bears, their defense has still been excellent. They rank third in Football Outsiders’ DAVE metric for total defense. Chicago is fifth in yards per play allowed. This matchup looks like a classic NFC North, low-scoring battle.

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Vikings at Bears

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Vikings +2
Total Points: 38
Money Line: Bears -125; Vikings +110

Records

Overall 2019: Vikings 2-1; Bears 2-1
ATS 2019: Vikings 2-1; Bears 1-2
O/U 2019: Vikings 1-2; Bears 1-2

Notable Prop Bets

Vikings Total Touchdowns - Over 1.5 -190, Under 1.5 +143
Bears Total Points - Over 19.5 -127, Under 19.5 -103
Total Yards of Shortest Touchdown - Over 1.5 -121, Under 1.5 -110
Total Game Touchdowns - Over 3.5 -186, Under 3.5 +135

Betting Trends

  • The Bears have won nine of their last 11 home games against the Vikings.
  • The Vikings have failed to cover the spread in each of their last five games as underdogs.
  • Each of the last eight games between NFC North teams have gone UNDER the total points line.

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