NFL Odds & Picks for Vikings vs. Bears: The Big Monday Night Football Betting Model Edge

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  • Windy weather has moved the total in Bears-Vikings on Monday Night Football.
  • Our PRO Report highlights a pair of signals that have been triggered as a result of the line movement.

NFL Odds: Vikings vs. Bears

Vikings Odds -3 (-125)
Bears Odds +3 (+105)
Over/Under 43.5
PRO Projections Vikings -0.9 | O/U: 44.2
Time/Channel  8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN
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A weekend of windy weather continues with tonight’s Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears matchup on Monday Night Football.

While the conditions are not expected to be as severe as yesterday’s Texans vs. Browns and Ravens vs. Patriots games, the Vikings vs. Bears weather forecast is concerning enough to move Monday Night Football odds.

Using our NFL PRO Report, let’s see how savvy bettors are taking advantage right now.

NFL Picks: Vikings vs. Bears

Big Money

The Vikings vs. Bears total has dropped from an opener of 46.5 to 43.5 as of 9 a.m. ET on Monday (check here for live NFL odds) and big bets are the reason.

The under is attracting 66% of the money on just 39% of the tickets, a tell-tale sign that large wagers are the reason for this number’s adjustment throughout the week.

PRO Systems 

As mentioned above, 15-17 mph winds are expected tonight at Soldier Field, making tonight’s game a match for our High Winds PRO Betting System that has covered 56% of the time since 2003.

Gusts could touch 25 mph as well, so it’s easy to see why big bettors are expecting a lower-scoring game tonight.

PRO Report Angle: Under 43.5

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