November 18, 2021
Steelers vs Vikings Odds, Spreads & Betting Lines – Sports Betting
During the 2020 NFL regular season, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Minnesota Vikings did not have a single match against each other. However, in the divisional standings, the Steelers ranked higher than the Vikings in total matches won.
Although the winner in the next Steelers vs. Vikings match is still uncertain, bettors should get useful information from this article to help them make sound betting decisions.
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Steelers vs. Vikings Past Season Stats
2013 NFL Season Performance
The Steelers and the Vikings faced each other in Week 4 of the 2013 NFL Season. The match was held in Wembley Stadium in London, England, on September 30.
The Vikings scored early with a field goal from kicker Blair Walsh. Throughout the match, the Vikings led the score. The Steelers, despite having a longer ball possession, were unable to overtake the Vikings.
The Vikings won 34-27 against the Steelers.
2017 NFL Season Performance
The Steelers and the Vikings matched again in Week 2 of the 2017 season. Both teams met in Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on September 17.
The Steelers scored first with a touchdown from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The team maintained their lead throughout the game, ending the match at 26-9 and beating the Vikings.
2020 NFL Regular Season Matches
Pittsburgh Steelers Matches
Week 1. New York Giants – 26-16 (W)
Week 2. Denver Broncos – 26-21 (W)
Week 3. Houston Texans – 28-21 (W)
Week 5. Philadelphia Eagles – 38-29 (W)
Week 6. Cleveland Browns – 38-7 (W)
Week 7. Tennessee Titans – 27-24 (W)
Week 8. Baltimore Ravens – 28-24 (W)
Week 9. Dallas Cowboys – 24-19 (W)
Week 10. Cincinnati Bengals – 36-10 (W)
Week 11. Jacksonville Jaguars – 27-3 (W)
Week 12. Baltimore Ravens – 19-14 (W)
Week 13. Washington Football Team – 17-23 (L)
Week 14. Buffalo Bills – 15-26 (L)
Week 15. Cincinnati Bengals – 17-27 (L)
Week 16. Indianapolis Colts – 28-24 (W)
Week 17. Cleveland Browns – 22-24 (L)
(Postseason – AFC Wild Card Game) Cleveland Browns – 37-48 (L)
Minnesota Vikings Matches
Week 1. Green Bay Packers – 34-43 (L)
Week 2. Indianapolis Colts – 11-28 (L)
Week 3. Tennessee Titans – 30-31 (L)
Week 4. Houston Texans – 31-23 (W)
Week 5. Seattle Seahawks – 26-27 (L)
Week 6. Atlanta Falcons – 23-40 (L)
Week 8. Green Bay Packers – 28-22 (W)
Week 9. Detroit Lions – 34-20 (W)
Week 10. Chicago Bears – 19-13 (W)
Week 11. Dallas Cowboys – 28-31 (L)
Week 12. Carolina Panthers – 28-27 (W)
Week 13. Jacksonville Jaguars – 27-24 (W)
Week 14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 14-26 (L)
Week 15. Chicago Bears – 27-33 (L)
Week 16. New Orleans Saints – 33-52 (L)
Week 17. Detroit Lions – 37-35 (W)
Steelers vs. Vikings Betting Odds
2013 NFL Season Betting Odds
Moneyline: Steelers -153, Vikings +320
Point spread: Steelers -3, Vikings +3
During their Monday Night Football match in Week 4 against the Steelers, the Vikings won 34-27, covering the spread by 10 points. With a combined score of 61, the match went over the O/U by 19 points.
2017 NFL Season Betting Odds
Moneyline: Vikings +320, Steelers -355
Point spread: Vikings +8.5, Steelers -8.5
The Steelers became the point favorites and took the win to beat the underdog Vikings 26-9. The Steelers covered the spread by 8.5 points, and the total combined score of 35 was eight points under the O/U.
Steelers vs. Vikings All-Time Series
From 1962 to 2017, there were 18 matchups between the Steelers and the Vikings. Both teams are tied at nine wins and nine losses.
2020 NFL Season Division Standings
In the 2020 AFC North standings, the Steelers were in first place with 12 wins and four losses. For the NFC North, the Vikings placed third with seven wins and nine losses.
Notable Players During the 2020 NFL Season
Under Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer:
- Kirk Cousins (QB)
- Dalvin Cook (Running back)
- Justin Jefferson (Wide receiver)
- Adam Thielen (WR)
- Dan Bailey (K)
Under Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin:
- Ben Roethlisberger (QB)
- James Conner (RB)
- Diontae Johnson (WR)
- JuJu Smith-Schuster (WR)
- Chris Boswell (K)
How to Bet on the Steelers vs. Vikings
In their all-time series matchups, the Steelers and the Vikings seem to be on equal standing. From the 2020 divisional rankings and the 2017 betting trends, the Steelers had the upper hand.
Bettors who have a good idea of which NFL team to bet on can choose from the following methods:
Moneyline – A simple type of bet where you stake on a team you think will win the match.
Suppose you bet on the San Francisco 49ers at +205 and they win, you will receive $205 for every $100 you stake. If you stake on the Los Angeles Rams at -225 and they win, you will get paid $100 for every $225 you stake.
Point spread – This is a bet on the gap in scores between both teams.
The example below shows how both teams can cover the spread.
If the Los Angeles Chargers are assigned a +3 spread, they have to either win the game or not lose by more than three points. If you bet on the Las Vegas Raiders with a -3 spread, they need to win by more than three points.
Over/under – This is the predicted total score of both teams. You place a bet on whether the actual combined score will be over or under the predicted number.
Suppose the O/U of the Miami Dolphins vs. Arizona Cardinals match was set at 49. If the actual combined score was 65 and you bet “over,” you win.
Win totals – You bet on the number of games won by a team. If the Kansas City Chiefs’ win totals odds were set at 10.5 and you bet “over,” the team must win 11 or more games, excluding offseason matches.
Prop bets – These are bets concerned with events that might happen in the game that do not affect the game’s final outcome. Some examples include:
- Will the New York Jets make it to the playoffs?
- Will the Chicago Bears quarterback and 2021 NFL draft first-round pick Justin Fields score more than three touchdowns in the game?
- Will the New England Patriots make it to the Super Bowl?
Live or in-play betting – You can also place your bets on a game while it is ongoing, such as one that you can watch live on CBS or ESPN. As the match progresses, the odds can also change, and you can adjust your bets accordingly.
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