NFL Predicitons - Minnesota vs Chicago Vegas Odds & NFL Picks 2010: An NFC North divisional rivalry is renewed during week ten of the NFL predictions season as the Minnesota Vikings (3-5) take on the Chicago Bears (5-3). This NFL predictions series has been played at a fairly even rate since 2001, with the Bears holding the edge 10-8. Vegas odds makers installed the Vikings as -1 point NFL odds favorites on the road.
The Vegas spread has been kind to the Vikings this NFL predictions season as they are 2-6 against the spread including an 0-4 mark on the road. Minnesota has not fared well in the standings this NFL predictions season either, winless in four NFL picks contests on the road thus far. The Vikings may have salvaged their season with a last-minute 27-24 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, a NFL predictions match-up in which Brett Favre threw for 446 yards passing. Favre may have to do it again since the Bears rank 3rd in the NFL in rushing yards allowed. While Favre may have earned a measure of redemption, the Minnesota defense is still struggling. They have not given-up less than 21 points since week 3 against the Lions. The Vikes defense will have to step-up in this week 10 NFL predictions contest.
The Bears got themselves on the winning track with a slim 22-19 NFL picks victory over the Buffalo Bills. Chicago’s offense has struggled all season, just scoring 13 offense touchdowns in eight NFL predicitons contests. Jay Cutler and his receivers may continue their woes against a secondary that has allowed 10 TD passes all season. The Vikings have allowed 6 rushing touchdowns and teams seem to be having more success than they had in the past, though this is still a tough unit.
If Favre is on his game, the Vikings should win this week 10 NFL predictions battle but, the way the 2010 NFL picks season is going, you shouldn’t bet on that happening. Instead, look for the Bears to win a defensive struggle, beating the Vegas odds at home.
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