Vikings at Bears Week 6 Betting odds and predictions for this October 15, 2023 game.
Vikings at Bears Week 6 Betting Odds
Here are the Vikings at Bears Week 6 Betting odds:
- Minnesota Vikings -2.5
- Chicago Bears +2.5
- Total: 44.5 Over/Under
Vikings at Bears Week 6 Betting Predictions
Here are the Vikings at Bears Week 6 Betting predictions.
Vikings at Bears Week 6 Betting Prediction: Minnesota
First, we have our Vikings at Bears Week 6 Betting prediction on Minnesota.
The Minnesota Vikings have lost four of their first five games this season. The Vikings’ most recent game was a 27-20 defeat to the Chiefs.
Alexander Mattison carried the ball eight times for 26 yards, averaging 3.3 yards per carry.
Jordan Addison caught six passes for 64 yards, an average of 10.7 yards per catch. Kirk Cousins completed 29 of 47 throws for 284 yards and two touchdowns.
The game was ended, and he didn’t make a single error. His passer rating was 92.9. Running the ball, the Vikings allowed 67 yards on 21 attempts, or 3.2 yards per rush.
Minnesota allowed 31 completions on 41 attempts for 266 yards and a 75.6% completion rate.
They completed 68 plays for a total of 329 yards. In the end, the Minnesota Vikings carried the ball 18 times for 70 yards, an average of 3.9 yards per attempt.
In terms of scoring, the Minnesota Vikings average 22.0 points per game. When it comes to the run game, they rank 29th in the NFL with an average of 80.8 yards per game.
The Vikings have gained 1,812 yards this season. The Vikings have 73 first downs and have been flagged for 25 penalties totaling 193 yards.
They have turned the ball over 12 times, with four interceptions and eight fumbles. Minnesota has 13 points through the air and 0 points through the ground.
The Vikings are 23rd in the NFL in scoring defense, allowing 24.4 points per game. This season, they allowed teams to run for an average of 3.5 yards per carry and 102.4 yards per game.
They’ve given up 512 yards on the ground in five games. The Vikings are 24th in the NFL in receiving yards allowed, with 1,200 yards allowed.
Giving up 240.0 yards per game through the air and a catch rate of 76.4% is excessive. They have given up 342.4 yards per game this season, which ranks them 19th in football.
Vikings Betting Insights
- Minnesota has only won one game against the spread this season.
- The Vikings have won one of their two games this season in which they were a 2.5-point or greater underdog.
- Only one of Minnesota’s five games this season has gone above the designated amount.
- Only twice this season have they been the moneyline favorite, and both times they have tied the game.
- The Vikings have only been a -142 or less moneyline favorite in two games this season, which they split.
Minnesota’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||281.6 (1,408)||2|
|Rush yards||80.8 (404)||29|
|Points scored||22 (110)||15|
|Pass yards against||240 (1,200)||22|
|Rush yards against||102.4 (512)||13|
|Points allowed||24.4 (122)||23|
Vikings at Bears Week 6 Betting Prediction: Chicago
Second, we have our Vikings at Bears Week 6 Betting prediction on Chicago.
Going into this game, the Bears had lost all four games this season. The Bears defeated the Commanders 40-20 the last time these two teams met in football.
Justin Fields finished the game with 282 yards and four touchdowns on 15 of 29 attempts. His passer rating was 125.3. He threw no interceptions and had a Y/A of 9.7 yards.
D.J. Moore caught 8 catches for 230 yards, or 28.8 yards per catch, to help the Bears’ passing game the most.
Khalil Herbert’s 76-yard rushing total gave him an average of 7.6 yards per carry for the game. Finally, the Bears ran 64 plays for 451 yards, for a yardage rate of 7.0 yards per play.
Chicago ran the ball 32 times for 178 yards, averaging 5.6 yards per carry. Chicago allowed 10 rushes for 29 yards, or 2.9 yards per run. The Bears’ passing defense allowed 359 yards on 37 of 51 attempts, a success rate of 72.5%.
The Bears average 23.0 points per game, which ranks them 12th in the NFL in scoring. So far this season, the Bears have passed for 1,018 yards and average 203.6 yards per game, which ranks them 18th in the NFL.
They’ve gained 654 yards on the ground so far, for an average of 130.8 yards per game. The Chicago Bears now rank 14th in the NFL with 334.4 yards per game.
The Chicago offense has gained 247 yards after 31 penalties, ranking 16th in the NFL in terms of creating mistakes. They’ve fumbled three times and thrown five interceptions. They also have 52 first downs.
They rank 31st in the league, allowing 12 points and 286.0 yards per game through the air. Chicago has allowed 491 yards on the rush (98.2 yards per game) and four touchdowns this season.
They have a total loss of 157 points. They have intercepted three passes and lost one fumble this season. The Bears’ defense has been involved in 317 plays, ranking them 22nd in the league. The Bears have the league’s 30th worst defense, allowing 31.4 points per game.
Bears Betting Insights
- This year, Chicago has only once beaten the spread and won.
- This season, the Bears have only covered the spread once when they were 2.5 points or more behind the favorite.
- This season, all five of Chicago’s games have gone above the number of points allowed.
- This season, Chicago has only won one of four games in which it was a favorite.
- The Bears have lost two games and were favored by at least 120 points in the other.
Chicago’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||203.6 (1,018)||18|
|Rush yards||130.8 (654)||9|
|Points scored||23 (115)||10|
|Pass yards against||286 (1,430)||31|
|Rush yards against||98.2 (491)||12|
|Points allowed||31.4 (157)||30|
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