In their first and only Monday night game of the season, the Minnesota Vikings will try to get a win on the road against a depleted Chicago Bears team.
For those that have followed the Minnesota Vikings during the last few years, everyone knows the annual trip to take on the Chicago Bears is never an easy one. For whatever reason, the Vikings typically struggle when they’re in the Windy City, even when they win. Will Monday night bring more of the same for Minnesota during this season’s battle in Chicago?
Minnesota Vikings injury report vs. Chicago Bears in Week 15
- Adam Thielen (WR) – Questionable
- Xavier Crawford (CB) – OUT
- Jason Peters (OT) – OUT
- Marquise Goodwin (WR) – Doubtful
- Khyiris Tonga (DL) – Doubtful
- Roquan Smith (LB) – Questionable
- Akiem Hicks (DL) – Questionable
Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears odds, spread, over/under, and betting pick for Week 15
Odds courtesy of WynnBet
- Vikings -7.0 (-110)
- Bears +7.0 (-110)
- Vikings -300
- Bears +250
- 47.0 points
- Over -110
- Under -110
This season, the point spread hasn’t meant much for the Vikings. It hasn’t mattered if they’ve been favored to win or lose by a significant amount, just about all of Minnesota’s games have been decided by one score.
One would like to imagine that things would be different on Monday when the Vikings take on a Bears team that will be missing a bunch of players due to COVID-19 protocols. But this season Minnesota has proven that not even a 29-point lead is safe as long as they’re involved.
So basically, if a bettor feels good about the Vikings winning on Monday night, make a wager on the moneyline and not the point spread.
What channel is the Minnesota Vikings game on in Week 15?
Monday night’s matchup between Minnesota and Chicago will air on ESPN and ABC with Steve Levy, Louis Riddick, and Brian Griese inside the broadcast booth calling all the action on the field.
Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears live stream
For those in search of a streaming option for Monday’s NFC North showdown, make sure to 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
Following their contest against the Bears, the Vikings will have a short week to prepare for their Week 16 matchup with the Los Angeles Rams that will take place next Sunday at 12 p.m. CT inside U.S. Bank Stadium.