Monday Night Football on ESPN has the Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears play in one of the premier opportunities of the week from a sports handicappers point-of-view.
The offshore and Vegas point spread and total has Minnesota -4 with a total of 40. The game opened at -6 and 41. However, the confirmation of Jay Cutler returning for the Bears was the main reason for the line move, says Bob Warne of Lines-Maker.com.
Chicago has the more ample numbers in terms of yards per rush on offense by a margin of 1.6. Chicago produces more advantageous computations in terms of passing yards per completion by .5. As far as yards per point the Vikings waste substantially fewer by 8.1.
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Now to the defensive side of the ball utilizing the same tallies. Minnesota reigns supreme in stopping the run by .2. The Vikings have the better decimals on defense in the passing yards per completion realm by .6. Never overlooked by pros is yards per point. The more rock-solid on the defensive side of the ball in that grouping is Minnesota by 5.5. The turnover battle is won by Minnesota by a stunning 13.
Yards per point is determined by dividing total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.