5 Vikings-Seahawks Prop Bets & Betting Lines To Back On MNF
The final game of Week 13 of the NFL season is a doozy, and critical in the NFC playoff chase, as Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks play host to Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football.
The Seahawks (9-2) have covered the spread just once in their last six home games, while the Vikings (8-3) are 2-10 ATS in their last 10 on Monday night.
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Let’s take a look at some of the best bets fans of NFL betting should consider:
Vikings-Seahawks Best Bets
OTHER BETS TO BACK
- Highest-Scoring Half | First -112 (DraftKings)
- Second Half | Vikings ML +110 (FanDuel)
- To Score Every Quarter | Vikings +200 (FanDuel)
All odds current as of publication but subject to change. Check out the latest Vikings-Seahawks odds here.
PICK 1: Vikings +3
The Seahawks have won seven of eight, the lone blemish a beatdown at the hands of the Ravens (join the club). But six of those seven wins were by single figures and they’ve failed to cover the spread in three of them. The Vikings are just as hot, winners of six of seven, the lone loss a three-pointer at Kansas City. These teams are similar in a lot of ways, and Seattle is only 1-4 ATS at home.
PICK 2: Over 49 Points
Only one Seahawks game the last seven weeks has finished lower than 46 points, and the average, including last week’s 17-6 snoozer in Philly, is 51.9. For the Vikings, only one game in their last six have been under 49 points, with an average of 51.5. Both have offenses that outrank their defenses by a wide margin. Look for a lot of points scored Monday night.
PICK 3: Highest-Scoring Half — First
On average, these teams combine to average three more points in the first half compared to the second half, and they allow four more points before the break as well. The second quarter has been a big one for each side.
PICK 4: Second Half — Vikings ML
The only team that allows fewer than the 7.2 ppg the Vikings have given up is the Patriots. The fourth quarter has been especially productive, while the Seahawks have allowed 10 ppg in the final quarter the last three weeks and 8.1 ppg over the entire season, which ranks 28th, only ahead of the league’s bottom feeders.
PICK 5: To Score Every Quarter — Vikings
The Vikings average at least 5.9 ppg in all four quarters, one of just three teams to do that (the 49ers and Ravens are the other). The Seahawks don’t have a specific shutdown quarter defensively, either. With kicker Dan Bailey, Minnesota is in scoring range at the 35-yard line.