Dallas vikings prediction


Who is predicted to win Cowboys or Vikings?

Minnesota is favored by four points in the latest Cowboys vs. Vikings odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under is 49.5.

Who is favored to win the Dallas game?

The Cowboys are a 4.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook.

Who is favored to win Vikings today?

Minnesota is a seven-point favorite in the latest Vikings vs. Bears odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is 47. Before you make any Bears vs.

Can Minnesota beat Dallas?

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Is Dallas favored to win today?

Dallas is favored by 6.5 points in the latest Cowboys vs. Washington odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the Over-Under is 48.

What is the point spread on the Dallas game?

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Are the Vikings favored to win?

The Vikings are considered favorites in this matchup (indicated by -125), requiring a $125 bet to win $100 (plus the initial bet back).

Are the Vikings favored?

the Vikings. Minnesota is favored by 4.5 points in the latest Vikings vs. Bears odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 44.

Do the Vikings have a chance at playoffs?

The Vikings have been eliminated from playoff contention. The Bears have been eliminated from playoff contention.

Who is favored to win the Cowboys game this weekend?

Caesars Sportsbook lists Dallas as the 3.5-point favorite in the latest Cowboys vs. Eagles odds. The over-under for total points is set at 45, up four points from the opening line.

Where does the Vikings defense rank?

The Vikings rank in the bottom eight of almost every defensive category. They are 27th against the run, 25th in pass defense, and 25th in points allowed, and 27th in total yards allowed.

How good is Minnesota’s offense?

Minnesota ranked 11th in points per game (25.0) and 12th overall in both yards per game (362.8) and yards per play (5.70). Here’s a deeper look at where the Vikings offense excelled, and fell short, in 2021.

Is Prescott fully healed?

Even with the bye week, it’s clear Prescott is not fully healed. Limited in practice all week, he’s officially listed as questionable as both team and player believe the calf strain is connected to his devastating ankle injury last year.

Did Prescott push it in practice?

Claiming he “pushed it” in practice, Prescott said if the decision was up to him, he’d play. But with a 3.5-game lead already in a depleted NFC East, there’s a legitimate concern for the Cowboys that the risk outweighs the reward.

How many interceptions did Cousins throw in 2021?

Cousins has only thrown 2 interceptions in 2021 to go along with 3 fumbles, although he’s yet to lose one this season. Cousins not turning the ball over is a bad matchup for the Cowboys because their defensive aggression has been their calling card.

Is Cousins a disrespected quarterback?

Cousins is one of the most disrespected quarterbacks in the NFL. He’s not a first-tier quarterback, but he borders on that 10-12 range, despite his team’s insistence on running the ball early and often.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings Predictions

After finishing third in the NFC East with a record of 6-10 last year, Dallas drew an incredibly tough opening matchup to kick things off in Week 1, as the Cowboys hit the road to face Tampa Bay in Dak Prescott ’s first appearance since suffering a season-ending ankle injury last October.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings Betting Odds

The Vikings head into Sunday night’s contest favored by roughly a field goal over the visiting Cowboys – marking the first time Dallas has been an underdog since Week 2.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings Betting Conclusion

After knocking off Carolina in thrilling fashion on the road last week (W, 34-28 OT), the Vikings will return home in Week 8 as field goal favorites over the visiting Cowboys – marking the first time Dallas has been an underdog since Week 2.

Which team should have defeated Arizona?

Minnesota should have defeated Arizona on the road, and its other losses to Cincinnati and Cleveland are not black eyes. Kirk Cousins is putting up numbers similar to Prescott (who is questionable with a calf injury), and the Vikings have a rushing offense that ranks in the league’s top 10. Minnesota also has slightly better defensive numbers than Dallas in most categories.

Is a bye week a positive or negative?

Though most handicappers assume a bye is a positive thing, a team that’s rolling into a bye week can get its rhythm disrupted (see: Packers at Buccaneers last year for evidence). The week off could be a negative factor for the Cowboys.

Is the San Francisco 49ers defense bad?

The 49ers are a mess, and their defense is just as bad as their offense. But San Francisco is less of a mess than the Bears, who are sabotaging the development of rookie quarterback Justin Fields. In a 38-3 loss at Tampa Bay, Fields was sacked four times and intercepted three times. In the past five games, Fields has two touchdown passes while getting sacked 20 times.

Has the 49ers won a home game in more than a year?

The 49ers have not won a home game in more than a year, so it’s probably a positive factor that this one is at Soldier Field. There’s a lot of pressure on Kyle Shanahan to get his offense on track. There’s urgency for Jimmy Garoppolo to bounce back from his worst game of the season, and he’ll do that by leaning heavily on wideout Deebo Samuel and running back Elijah Mitchell. The Bears have little to lean on anymore — defensive leader Khalil Mack is expected to sit out with a foot injury and coach Matt Nagy is a lost cause. The 49ers have bounced between -3 and -4 this week. I played this early at -3, mostly to fade the Bears and lay a good number, but it should be a smaller play when laying more than a field goal.

Last three results

Dallas is unbeaten against the spread and 3-0 overall in its past three contests.

Cowboys vs Vikings head-to-head

Dallas has an edge against Minnesota in the past five matchups between these two teams, collecting a 3-2 record in those games. The Cowboys have a 1-0 record against the spread in those games against the Vikings, with the two squads going over the point total in that game. Dallas outscored Minnesota 120-118 in those five head-to-head matchups.

Cowboys vs Vikings betting insights

Dallas has covered (or pushed) in each game with a spread this season for a 6-0-0 ATS record.

Player betting tips

Dak Prescott has accumulated 1,813 passing yards (302.2 per game) while completing 158 of 216 passes (73.1%), with 16 touchdowns and four interceptions. He has tacked on 70 rushing yards, averaging 11.7 per game.

Cowboys vs. Vikings Matchup

The Cowboys are a legit Super Bowl contender because of their explosive and efficient, well-oiled machine of an offense. There really is no weaknesses on that unit when everybody is healthy.

Cowboys vs. Vikings Picks

Mike McCarthy 13-4-1 ATS off bye since 2003 — the most profitable coach in the Action Labs database. Former long-time Dallas defensive assistant Mike Zimmer 3-4 ATS off of a bye.


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