The Minnesota Vikings are on a bye in Week 13 and will return to action on Sunday, Dec. 10, on the road versus the Las Vegas Raiders. The spread for that one has Minnesota at . Las Vegas also has this week off and heads to its break with a record of 5-7, losing at home to the Chiefs last time out.
Minnesota dropped to 6-6 with a home loss to the Bears on Monday night. It was a tough evening for Joshua Dobbs and the rest of the offense, and questions have started to emerge about who will be under center when the team returns to action. The Vikings’ Super Bowl 58 odds have taken a hit, with the line dipping to +12500 this week. 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 13 odds: Vikings on bye in advance of road trip to face Raiders
The Minnesota Vikings dropped a 12-10 decision to the Bears on Monday night, failing to cover as 3.5-point home favorites. Joshua Dobbs struggled along with the rest of the offense, throwing for four picks and finding the end zone just once on a 17-yard hookup with T.J. Hockenson. Minnesota was outgained 317-242 in the defeat and lost the time-of-possession battle by over 10 minutes.
The Las Vegas Raiders were 9.5-point home underdogs versus the Chiefs, missing the cover in a 31-17 loss. Las Vegas held an early 14-0 lead, but it was almost all Kansas City from that point. Josh Jacobs had one of the team’s two TDs on a 63-yard rush in the second quarter. The Raiders head to their bye week on a two-game losing streak.
- Spread: Vikings , Raiders
- Moneyline: Vikings , Raiders
- Total: Over/under
The two clubs last met in 2019, with Minnesota taking a 34-14 home win. For all-time meetings, Las Vegas leads 10-6. This season, the Vikings are 7-4-1 against the spread and 3-9 on the over/under. The Raiders are 6-6 ATS and 3-9 on totals.
Head To Head
|Offense Ranking OFF RNK||10th||T28th|
|Defense Ranking DEF RNK||12th||21st|
|Offense Net Yards Per Game OFF NET YPG||350.7||284|
|Defense Net Yards Per Game DEF NET YPG||320.3||343.8|
|Passing Yards Per Game PASS YPG||258.6||201.3|
|Turnovers Committed Per Game TOC PG||2||1.8|
Vikings player props this week
The table below will have Vikings player props for the team’s next game as they become available. You can change the display and compare the odds at top online sportsbooks. Clicking any of the odds will take you to the sportsbook offering that bet.
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Minnesota Vikings odds to win the Super Bowl
Last updated: December 2023
Online sportsbooks 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 and are updated as the season progresses. Here’s a look at the latest Vikings futures odds for this season.
- To win the NFC:
- To win the NFC North:
- Regular season win total:
2023 Vikings Player StatsLast Updated on 12.01.2023
|Player||GP Games Played||CMP% Completion Percentage||YDS Passing Yards||YDS/G Yards Per Game||YDS/C Yards Per Completion||TDS Passing Touchdowns||INT Interceptions thrown||RTG Passer Rating|
|Joshua Dobbs – QB||12||64.0%||2,401||200.1||9.5||13||10||70.5|
|Kirk Cousins – QB||8||69.5%||2,331||291.4||10.8||18||5||105.8|
|Jaren Hall – QB||2||80.0%||101||50.5||12.6||0||0||108.8|
|Player||GP Games Played||ATT Rushing Attempts||YDS Rushing Yards||YDS/C Yards Per Carry||YDS/G Rushing Yards Per Game||TDS Rushing Touchdowns|
|Alexander Mattison – RB||12||158||594||3.8||49.5||0|
|Joshua Dobbs – QB||12||72||400||5.6||33.3||6|
|Ty Chandler – RB||12||37||168||4.5||14.0||1|
|Cam Akers – RB||7||60||167||2.8||23.9||2|
|Kirk Cousins – QB||8||14||25||1.8||3.1||0|
|Brandon Powell – WR||12||5||17||3.4||1.4||0|
|Jaren Hall – QB||2||4||10||2.5||5.0||0|
|Kene Nwangwu – RB||4||2||9||4.5||2.2||0|
|Jordan Addison – WR||12||1||2||2.0||0.2||0|
|Myles Gaskin – RB||2||0||0||0.0||0.0||0|
|Player||GP Games Played||TGTS Targets||REC Receptions||YDS Receiving Yards||CTP% Catch Percentage||YDS/R Yards Per Reception||YAC/G Yards After Catch Per Game||TDS Receiving Touchdowns|
|T.J. Hockenson – TE||12||108||80||786||74.1%||9.8||23.6||5|
|Jordan Addison – WR||12||82||54||686||65.9%||12.7||15.3||7|
|Justin Jefferson – WR||5||53||36||571||67.9%||15.9||36.4||3|
|K.J. Osborn – WR||11||55||36||418||65.5%||11.6||13.8||2|
|Brandon Powell – WR||12||34||25||269||73.5%||10.8||7.5||1|
|Alexander Mattison – RB||12||40||27||174||67.5%||6.4||13.1||3|
|Josh Oliver – TE||12||18||16||118||88.9%||7.4||6.5||2|
|Ty Chandler – RB||12||12||10||83||83.3%||8.3||6.5||0|
|Cam Akers – RB||7||12||11||70||91.7%||6.4||11.1||0|
|Johnny Mundt – TE||12||5||5||45||100.0%||9.0||4.3||0|
|Jalen Nailor – WR||5||1||1||16||100.0%||16.0||2.6||0|
|Trishton Jackson – WR||6||4||2||9||50.0%||4.5||1.2||0|
|Player||GP Games Played||INT Interceptions||PD Passes Defended||FF Fumbles Forced||FR Fumbles Recovered||SACK QB Sacks||TOT Total Tackles||SOLO Solo Tackles||AST Assisted Tackles|
|Danielle Hunter – OLB||12||0||0||4||0||14||60||42||18|
|D.J. Wonnum – OLB||12||0||0||0||1||6||45||23||22|
|Harrison Smith – S||12||0||0||3||0||3||73||47||26|
|Harrison Phillips – DL||12||0||0||0||0||2||65||33||32|
|Marcus Davenport – OLB||4||0||0||0||0||2||8||3||5|
|Ivan Pace Jr. – LB||12||0||0||1||0||2||54||35||19|
|Josh Metellus – S||12||1||0||3||1||2||76||46||30|
|Jordan Hicks – LB||10||1||0||1||2||1||87||49||38|
|Jonathan Bullard – DL||12||0||0||1||0||1||34||17||17|
|Brian Asamoah II – LB||8||0||0||0||0||0||3||1||2|
|Pat Jones II – OLB||12||0||0||0||0||0||14||10||4|
|Khyiris Tonga – DL||9||0||0||0||0||0||7||5||2|
|Dean Lowry – DL||9||0||0||0||1||0||13||4||9|
|Jay Ward – S||12||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Akayleb Evans – CB||10||0||0||3||0||0||50||36||14|
|Andrew Booth Jr. – CB||7||0||0||0||0||0||5||4||1|
|Austin Bryant – DL||2||0||0||0||0||0||1||0||1|
|Joejuan Williams – CB||2||0||0||0||0||0||2||1||1|
|Byron Murphy Jr. – CB||12||3||0||0||0||0||47||34||13|
|Nick Vigil – LB||4||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Lewis Cine – S||6||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Mekhi Blackmon – CB||10||1||0||0||0||0||27||23||4|
|Theo Jackson – S||12||1||0||0||0||0||14||7||7|
|Jaquelin Roy – DL||9||0||0||0||0||0||8||3||5|
|Anthony Barr – LB||2||0||0||0||1||0||1||1||0|
|Sheldon Day – DT||1||0||0||0||1||0||3||2||1|
|Troy Dye – LB||12||0||0||1||0||0||9||5||4|
Minnesota Vikings Injuries
|Player||Pos Position||Injury||Status||Snaps/g Snaps Per Game||Comment|
|Olisaemeka Udoh||G||Quad||Out||25||Udoh has been placed on the injured reserve list and will miss the remainder of the 2023-24 season.|
|Marcus Davenport||OLB||Ankle||Out||30.8||Davenport is dealing with an ankle injury and has been placed on the injured reserve list. He will miss at least four games.|
|Malik Knowles||WR||Undisclosed||Out||0||Knowles is dealing with an undisclosed injury and has been placed on the non-football injury list. He will miss at least four games.|
|Kirk Cousins||QB||Achilles||Out||64||Cousins has suffered a torn Achilles and has been placed on the injured reserve list. He will miss the remainder of the 2023-24 season.|
|Jordan Hicks||LB||Lower Leg||Out||64.2||Hicks is dealing with a lower leg injury and has been placed on the injured reserve list. He will miss at least four games.|
|James Lynch||DL||Knee||Out||0||Lynch suffered a torn ACL and has been placed on the injured reserve list. He will miss the 2023-24 season.|
|Dean Lowry||DL||Pectoral||Out||30.7||Lowry suffered a pectoral tear and has been placed on the injured reserve list. He will miss at least four games,|
|Cam Akers||RB||Achilles||Out||19.9||Akers has been placed on the injured reserve list and will miss the remainder of the 2023-24 season.|
Vikings 2023 schedule
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
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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. The team released Dalvin Cook in June. At the NFL draft, the club selected Jordan Addison in round one.
Who’s the starting QB for the Vikings with Kirk Cousins out?
The Vikings acquired Joshua Dobbs in a trade with the Cardinals at the deadline, and he has been the starter throughout November.