In their only Thursday night matchup of the 2021 season, the Minnesota Vikings will be looking to get a win over a tough Pittsburgh Steelers team.
Getting a win in Thursday night’s meeting between the Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers is vital for both teams in order for them to remain in the hunt for a playoff spot this season. Whoever leaves the field with a loss in this matchup might as well ramp up their preparations for the 2022 offseason.
Minnesota Vikings injury report vs. Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 14
- Christian Darrisaw (LT) – OUT
- Adam Thielen (WR) – OUT
- Dalvin Cook (RB) – Questionable
- Camryn Bynum (S) – Questionable
- Blake Lynch (LB) – Questionable
- Joe Haden (CB) – OUT
- Robert Spillane (LB) – OUT
- B.J. Finney (C/G) – OUT
- Isaiah Buggs (DE) – OUT
Minnesota Vikings vs. Pittsburgh Steelers odds, spread, over/under, and betting pick for Week 14
Odds courtesy of WynnBet
- Vikings -3.0 (-105)
- Steelers +3.0 (-115)
- Vikings -165
- Steelers +145
- 44.0 points
- Over -110
- Under -110
With the Vikings losing their last two games and the Steelers coming off a big victory over the Baltimore Ravens, those looking to make any sort of money tonight should place a wager on Pittsburgh’s moneyline.
At the same time, both of these teams are pretty unpredictable this season when it comes to wins and losses, so it might be best to just bet on the over/under tonight.
Pittsburgh gave up 41 points in each of their last two road games, so the smart bet for Thursday night would likely be to put some money on the over.
What channel is the Minnesota Vikings game on in Week 14?
Thursday night’s game between Minnesota and Pittsburgh will air on FOX and NFL Network with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman calling everything happening out on the field from inside the broadcast booth.
Minnesota Vikings vs. Pittsburgh Steelers live stream
For those that would like to stream Thursday’s Super Bowl IX rematch, go ahead and check out fuboTV. The streaming service offers Cloud DVR, local channels in most markets, no cancellation fees, and for new users, they are currently offering a free trial for seven days.
Minnesota Vikings next game and schedule
Minnesota will have a mini bye week after Thursday’s game to prepare for their next matchup in Week 15, which as them traveling to face the Chicago Bears for a Monday night divisional showdown.