Minnesota Vikings Odds

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The Minnesota Vikings exited last season’s playoffs early with a home loss to the Giants. The club exceeded preseason expectations in winning the NFC North and earning the third seed in the conference, but that didn’t lessen the sting of the quick departure from the playoffs. Minnesota began the offseason by parting ways with defensive coordinator Ed Donatell and hiring Brian Flores to take his place. Looking ahead, the Vikings are in the middle of the pack for odds to win Super Bowl 58. The team will open the season in Week 1 at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Here’s a closer look at the latest Vikings betting odds and angles.

Minnesota Vikings odds: Spread, moneyline and over/under

You’ll find odds below for the next game on the schedule for the Vikings. Clicking the odds for any bet will redirect you to the sportsbook offering that wager.

Week 1 odds: Vikings open season at home against Buccaneers

The Minnesota Vikings will begin the 2023 NFL season at home with a matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sept. 10. The teams haven’t played since 2020, when the Buccaneers won 26-14. Tampa Bay is coming off a season in which the team won the NFC South with an 8-9 record. Minnesota won the NFC North with a 13-4 record.

Overall, the Vikings closed out the season with a record of 13-5 on the moneyline, 7-10-1 against the spread and 12-6 on the over/under. Including the postseason, the Buccaneers were 8-10 straight-up, 4-13-1 ATS, and 6-12 on totals.

Vikings vs. Buccaneers player prop odds

For last season, the Vikings scored an average of 24.9 points per game and allowed 25.4. Kirk Cousins finished the regular season with 4,547 passing yards and threw for 29 TDs versus 14 INTs. Dalvin Cook led the team in rushing with 1,173 yards, while Justin Jefferson was the league leader in receiving yards with 1,809. We’ll take a look at Vikings vs. Buccaneers player props right here once sportsbooks release those lines.

Minnesota Vikings odds to win the Super Bowl

Last updated: June 2

DraftKings released odds on the winner of Super Bowl 58 in January 2023. At that point, Minnesota was at +4500. The Vikings’ current odds to win the 2024 Super Bowl are . The club made it to the playoffs last season, losing to the Giants in the wild card round. The franchise is 0-4 all-time in big game appearances, losing all four of its trips in the 1970s.

Minnesota Vikings futures odds for 2023-24

Betting on the winner of Super Bowl 58 is the star attraction in NFL futures, but there are other options, as well. Lines for many of them come out over the offseason, including a couple that are available now. Here’s a look at the latest Vikings futures odds for the upcoming season.

Minnesota Vikings schedule

Below is the Vikings’ schedule for the 2023-24 regular season. As the season progresses, we’ll update the betting odds and results.

1Sept. 10vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers1 p.m. ET
2Sept. 14at Philadelphia Eagles8:15 p.m. ET
3Sept. 24vs. Los Angeles Chargers1 p.m. ET
4Oct. 1at Carolina Panthers1 p.m. ET
5Oct. 8vs. Kansas City Chiefs4:25 p.m. ET
6Oct. 15at Chicago Bears1 p.m. ET
7Oct. 23vs. San Francisco 49ers8:15 p.m. ET
8Oct. 29at Green Bay Packers1 p.m. ET
9Nov. 5at Atlanta Falcons1 p.m. ET
10Nov. 12vs. New Orleans Saints1 p.m. ET
11Nov. 19at Denver Broncos8:20 p.m. ET
12Nov. 27vs. Chicago Bears8:15 p.m. ET
14Dec. 10at Las Vegas Raiders4:05 p.m. ET
15Dec. 17at Cincinnati BengalsTBD
16Dec. 24vs. Detroit Lions1 p.m. ET
17Dec. 31vs. Green Bay Packers8:20 p.m. ET
18Jan. 7at Detroit LionsTBD

Latest news and updates

The Vikings took a step forward under first-year head coach Kevin O’Connell. The season before, the club finished at 8-9 and out of the postseason picture. This year’s edition closed out the campaign at 13-4, tops in the NFC North. Unfortunately, that didn’t translate into postseason success. The Vikings lost in the opening round to the visiting Giants. The team quickly went to work for the offseason, parting ways with defensive coordinator Ed Donatell and hiring Brian Flores, who was most recently a part of the Steelers’ coaching staff, as his replacement. During free agency, Minnesota signed CB Byron Murphy, formerly of the Cardinals, and Ravens TE Josh Oliver.

Minnesota Vikings draft picks

At the NFL draft, the Vikings had the 23rd pick in round one. The club selected WR Jordan Addison out of USC, completing a run of four straight wideouts from pick No. 20-23. Addison spent two seasons with Pitt before transferring to play with the Trojans. For his final campaign, he had 59 receptions for 875 yards and eight TDs

Other teams in the NFC

NFC EastDallas CowboysNY GiantsPhiladelphia EaglesWashington Commanders
NFC NorthChicago BearsDetroit LionsMinnesota VikingsGreen Bay Packers
NFC SouthAtlanta FalconsCarolina PanthersNew Orleans SaintsTampa Bay Bucs
NFC WestArizona CardinalsLA RamsSan Francisco 49ersSeattle Seahawks

Minnesota Vikings FAQ

Will the Vikings be a playoff team this season?

The Vikings are a potential postseason contender this season. At the initial release of Super Bowl 58 futures, the club was toward the middle of the board.

How did the Vikings do against the spread last year?

The Vikings were 7-10-1 against the spread last year. The team went 13-5 on the moneyline and 12-6 on the over/under.

Whom did the Vikings add and lose in the offseason?  

The Vikings’ acquisitions include Byron Murphy and Josh Oliver in free agency. Players who have signed elsewhere include Dalvin Tomlinson and Adam Thielen. At the NFL draft, the club selected Jordan Addison in round one.

Is Kirk Cousins an MVP contender?

Sportsbooks don’t expect Kirk Cousins to contend for the MVP award this season. At the initial release of MVP futures odds, he was several steps behind the top contenders.

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