Bears vs Vikings Player Props: Joshua Dobbs, Justin Fields, Ty Chandler

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Bears vs Vikings Player Props

In the table below, you'll find each of Michael Crosson's Bears vs Vikings player props for Monday Night Football, including prop bets for Joshua Dobbs, Justin Fields and Ty Chandler.

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Bears vs. Vikings

Monday, Nov. 27
8:15 p.m. ET

Joshua Dobbs

Anytime TD (+220)

For a brief moment, the Vikings had the rug ripped out from beneath them as a potential doomsday arrived in the form of a season-ending injury to Kirk Cousins during the team’s third straight victory in Week 8. Cousins joined superstar Justin Jefferson on the sidelines, setting the stage for an unsettling future in Minnesota.

However, Minnesota quickly pivoted to Joshua Dobbs at the trade deadline, and it was nothing but smooth sailing in his first two outings, highlighted by the Vikings beating Atlanta by a score of 31-28 and New Orleans 27-19 to extend their win streak to five games. They nearly escaped with a sixth straight win on Monday Night Football as the Vikings led Denver by a score of 20-15 with 63 seconds left on the clock before Russell Wilson pulled a rabbit out of his hat with a game-winning TD.

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Regardless of your stance on this contest, there’s still a decent amount of value on the table for Dobbs in the player prop department against a Chicago defense that ranks 25th in DVOA. Dobbs has thrown for at least 146 yards — topping out at 268 — and rushed for a touchdown in five straight games. Oddsmakers are currently listing his passing yards line around 230, and he’s listed at +220 to punch in another non-passing TD.

I prefer to roll the dice on an anytime TD at a juicy plus-money tag, but backing Dobbs to perform is a solid play in several categories.

Pick: Josh Dobbs Anytime TD (+220)

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Bears vs. Vikings

Monday, Nov. 27
8:15 p.m. ET

Justin Fields

Over 0.5 Interception (+110)

The Bears entered Week 12 slated with the first and fourth overall picks in next year’s draft, and quite frankly, it doesn’t seem like they intend on winning many more games before draft day.

The Bears led Detroit by a score of 26-14 with 2:59 left on the clock in their latest affair, and almost as if somebody called down from the owner’s box instructing them to lose, Chicago promptly self-destructed in epic fashion. They nearly allowed the Lions to cover a 5.5-point spread in regulation despite Detroit trailing by two touchdowns with less than three minutes remaining.

Chicago simply isn’t very good on either side of the ball. The Bears rank 18th in points scored and 29th in points allowed. Their offense ranks 21st in per-play yardage and their defense ranks 20th. They rank 24th in offensive DVOA and 25th in defensive DVOA. And to cap it all off, they rank 26th in team turnover differential, which is usually magnified when Fields is under center.

Fields managed to keep a clean sheet with zero interceptions in his return from injury against Detroit. But even after that errorless performance, he’s still thrown an interception in five of seven starts, which already includes an INT in a loss to Minnesota back in Week 6. 

Pick: Justin Fields Over 0.5 Interception (+110)

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Bears vs. Vikings

Monday, Nov. 27
8:15 p.m. ET

Ty Chandler

Over 30.5 Rushing Yards (-114)

The Vikings' rushing attack has been pretty underwhelming this season. Minnesota entered the week 27th in ground yards per game and 26th in yards per carry after failing to reach the 75-yard rushing mark in six of eight contests to open the year.

However, Minnesota’s backfield has sprung to life following the addition of Dobbs, along with the implementation of a relatively even two-man RB rotation between Alexander Mattison and Ty Chandler.

The Vikings have rushed for 125-plus yards in three straight games, clearing the 145-yard mark in two of those contests. Chandler has been a huge part of their recent success despite carrying the ball just eight times prior to Week 10.

After receiving less than 10 total carries in the first nine weeks, Chandler rushed 15 times for 45 yards in Week 10, and then 10 times for 73 yards in Week 11.

The Bears defense leads the league in yards allowed per rush attempt. But if Chandler receives a similar share of the workload again, he should have no problem clearing his rushing yards line of 30.5.

Pick: Ty Chandler Over 30.5 Rushing Yards (-114)

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