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There is no shortage of great games on the NFL Week 6 schedule. There are two games between teams with a winning record, four games between division rivals, and three games between teams that went to the playoffs last year. On top of that, there are some under-the-radar matchups fans will enjoy.
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The Vikings have struggled to a 1-4 start, matching the number of losses they had during their 13-4 campaign in 2022. However, they’ve won five of their last six head-to-head games against the Bears, including three straight wins at Soldier Field. That should give them some confidence against the Bears, who are also 1-4 but coming off a 40-20 victory over the Commanders for their first win of the season.
Here is a look at BetMGM’s odds for Sunday’s game:
|Vikings||-2.5 (-110)||-145||Over 44.5 (-110)|
|Bears||+2.5 (-110)||+120||Under 44.5 (-110)|
While Minnesota’s 1-4 record is troubling, all four losses have come by seven points or less and all against teams that made the playoffs last season. The Vikings have been competitive in all four losses, with Kirk Cousins posting some solid numbers. The caveat is that the Minnesota offense will look a lot different with Justin Jefferson on the sidelines with an injury.
Of course, the Bears have also allowed the third-most points in the NFL this season. Justin Fields has helped the Chicago offense to come alive with help from D.J. Moore and Khalil Herbert. But the Chicago defense is still unreliable, while Fields has taken 20 sacks in five games. That should be enough of a foothold for the Vikings to win and cover on the road, especially since the Vikings are 1-0-1 against the spread on the road this season.
Desperation is starting to set in for both the Cardinals and the Rams ahead of this week’s NFC West clash. Arizona is just 1-4, as expected, while the Rams are just 2-3, including 0-2 at home. However, the Rams have had their way with Arizona for much of the past decade, winning 13 of the last 17 games in this rivalry.
Here is how BetMGM odds look for Sunday’s game:
|Cardinals||+7 (-110)||+240||Over 48.5 (-110)|
|Rams||-7 (-110)||-300||Under 48.5 (-110)|
While the Rams are 2-3, it’s worth mentioning that those losses have come against the 49ers, Bengals, and Eagles. They have faced some stiff competition and haven’t looked overmatched. Matthew Stafford hasn't been perfect, although he does have both Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua available, which should put some pressure on the Arizona defense.
The Cardinals are yielding 27.2 points per game, allowing 30-plus points in three of the team’s five games. Josh Dobbs has had some bright moments, but the Arizona offense isn’t built to keep up in high-scoring games. As a result, the Cardinals have lost their last two games by at least two touchdowns. The Rams have won 11 of their last 13 games with Arizona, with all of those wins coming by at least seven points. That trend should continue, allowing the Rams to win and cover on Sunday.
Bryan Zarpentine is a 2008 graduate of Syracuse University and has been working as a freelance writer and editor since 2010. During that time, he has contributed to countless sites while covering baseball, soccer, the NFL, college football, and college basketball.More info on Bryan Zarpentine
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