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Justin Fields #1 hands the ball off to Khalil Herbert #24 of the Chicago Bears as we look at our Bears - Vikings parlay for Monday Night Football
Justin Fields #1 hands the ball off to Khalil Herbert #24 of the Chicago Bears during the first half against the Denver Broncos at Soldier Field on October 01, 2023 in Chicago, Illinois. Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images via AFP.

The final game of the NFL Week 12 schedule pits the visiting Chicago Bears against the rival Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football, and we've got you covered with our parlay predictions based on the best NFL odds featuring a pair of dynamic quarterbacks to push the scoring above the attainable total on Monday night.

Already holding the potential No. 1 pick in the 2024 NFL Draft from the Carolina Panthers, the Chicago Bears (3-8) might strive for respectability this week when they face the rival Minnesota Vikings (6-5) on the road on Monday night.

Can we sustain our momentum with another primetime parlay, following our successful Sunday Night Football SGP in the Baltimore Ravens' win over the Los Angeles Chargers?

To complement our Bears vs. Vikings prediction, Bears-Vikings player props, Josh Dobbs prop picks, and Justin Fields prop picks, here is our best Bears vs. Vikings parlay prediction (odds via our best NFL betting sites; pick confidence based on a 1-to-5-star scale).

Bears vs. Vikings parlay for MNF

(Odds via DraftKings)

  • Vikings -3 (-110) ⭐⭐⭐
  • Over 43.5 (-110) ⭐⭐⭐⭐
  • Khalil Herbert Over 1.5 receptions (-166) ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Combined odds: +455 via DraftKings

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SGP predictions for Bears vs. Vikings

Vikings -3 (-110) ⭐⭐⭐

Minnesota has been one of the best teams in the NFL this season against the spread, going 7-3-1 ATS. Although the Vikings have been curiously more productive on the road than at home overall, Minnesota hasn’t failed to win or cover a spread at US Bank Stadium since early October.

The Bears are 4-5-2 ATS on the year and have struggled defensively, allowing 26.0 points per game — more than all but four teams. While neither team in this matchup projects to put together much on the ground against the quality run defenses that will oppose each unit, the Vikings should be able to throw on the Bears with frequency.

We’re looking for Joshua Dobbs and the Viking offense to take advantage of the league’s 25th-ranked pass defense with some home cooking to earn a necessary win for Minnesota’s push in the NFC standings. The Vikings are favored by three points at both DraftKings and FanDuel.

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Over 43.5 (-110) ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Vikings home games have trended heavily toward Under this season, with the Over hitting just once in their last five contests. But seeing such an attainable number that can be reached by a variety of scoring combinations (24-20, 23-21, 27-17, etc.) offers an incentive to bet on the respective offenses in this matchup.

Road games involving the Bears have gone 4-2 to the Over this season, as Chicago’s defense has been particularly faulty away from Soldier Field. The Bears have allowed 28.8 points per game away from home this year, while the Vikings haven’t scored fewer than 20 points in a home game all year.

FanDuel and DraftKings both list the game total at 43.5 points.

Herbert Over 1.5 receptions (-166) ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Khalil Herbert saw the bulk of the backfield workload upon his return from injury last weekend, drawing 16 rushing attempts and a pair of receptions in the Chicago offense. In a game script that predicts the Bears will be playing from behind, Herbert managing a couple of catches against the Vikings feels highly attainable.

In six games played this season, Herbert has accumulated multiple receptions four times. Although his receiving yardage line set at 10.5 is another attractive angle for this prop, Herbert hasn’t been particularly efficient as a pass-catcher. He’s cleared that receiving line in just three of six games.

The Minnesota pass rush should force Fields to dump it off to his running backs, and we expect Herbert to see the field enough to catch a couple of those passes as the safety valve. FanDuel doesn’t list a Herbert receptions prop for our SGP, so we’ll play this parlay at DraftKings.

Bears-Vikings parlay picks made Monday at 2:30 p.m. ET.

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