Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl Odds

Today we preview Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl odds for 2020. The Minnesota Vikings finished the 2017 season with the best record in the league. Also, made it all the way to the NFC Championship Game. For this reason expectations were very high for the team going into last season.

Unfortunately for the team and their fans, they finished with an 8-7-1 record, which was good for second place in the division.

This offseason, the team is hoping last year’s prized acquisition Kirk Cousins is more comfortable running their offense. Also, can help the Minnesota Vikings return to the playoffs. Even though most of the blame for their disappointing season was placed on Cousins, their defense, which was one of the best in the NFL the previous season. Also, share a large part of the blame.

The Vikings were able to retain most of their core players during the offseason. Resigning players like linebacker Anthony Barr, who had agreed to a new deal with the New York Jets before backing out at the last minute. They also managed to keep restricted free agent Anthony Harris, who has spent the last four years with the Vikings.

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Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl Odds

The Minnesota Vikings offensive line took the biggest hit during the offseason with Mike Remmers, Nick Easton and Tom Compton leaving in free agency. These moves have already helped going into NFL Week 9.

They tried to address the departures by signing former Tennessee Titans guard Josh Kline. Secondly, selecting former North Carolina State center Garrett Bradbury with the 18th pick in the draft. Including former Oklahoma guard Dru Samia in the fourth round of the draft. What does this mean for LIV Super Bowl odds?

The Minnesota Vikings expect their offense to improve from last season with Cousins more comfortable in their system. Another plus is running back Delvin Cook healthy after an injury-plagued season. However, they will need their defense to return to its 2017 form if they want to dethrone the Bears in the NFC North. Their odds to win the Super Bowl is +2200.

October 30, 2019 by : Posted in 2020 No Comments

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