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NFL regular season
Vikings vs Bears
Date: Monday, October 09, 2017
Venue: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
NFL Week 5 ends at Soldier Field with the Chicago Bears hosting the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football.
In Week 3, when the undefeated Steelers visited the winless Bears, Hartstein was all over the Monsters of the Midway. The result: Chicago won outright, 23-17, as a massive 7.5-point underdog.
The line opened at Vikings -3.5, but has since dipped to -3. That means Vegas thinks Minnesota will win by a field goal against its NFC North rival.
Before you make any bets on a prime time game like this, you’ll want to hear what SportsLine Senior Analyst Larry Hartstein has to say.
Chicago actually outgained Green Bay 308-260 and held a 32-28 advantage in the time of possession. But four Bears turnovers led directly to 21 Packers points. Two weeks ago, though, Chicago outplayed the Steelers and won 23-17 as a seven-point home underdog.
One week after upsetting Pittsburgh in overtime, Chicago suffered a letdown and lost at Green Bay last Thursday 35-14. The overgenerous Bears fell down to the Packers 21-0 in the second quarter and never mounted a challenge in a performance better left forgotten.
The best possible news on this report is that quarterback Sam Bradford is listed as questionable after being out the last 3 weeks. This gives more hope that he will be under center on Monday night.
However, being without backups Rashod Hill and Jayron Kearse should only be an issue if depth is needed during the game. Hopefully, those positions won’t need to dive into the depth chart in Week 5.