The 2020-21 NFL Season is still some months off, but there are some new post-draft odds coming out that provide some insights into how betting markets view the Vikings chances this up-coming season.
Let’s have a look.
Vikings Team Odds
Super Bowl 55 Winner: 25-1
NFC Champion: 15-1
NFC North Champion: 1.7 - 1 (Packers are 1.5 - 1, Bears 3.75 - 1, Lions 7-1)
Individual Vikings Odds
Justin Jefferson regular season receiving yards over/under: 800.5
Justin Jefferson Offensive Rookie of the Year: 29-1
Adam Thielen regular season TDs over/under: 7.5
Adam Thielen regular season receiving yards over/under: 1199.5
Adam Thielen regular season receptions over/under: 84.5
Dalvin Cook regular season rushing yards over/under: 1160.5
Dalvin Cook Offensive Player of the Year: 26-1
Dalvin Cook MVP: 81-1
Kirk Cousins regular season passing TDs over/under: 25.5
Kirk Cousins regular season passing yards over/under: 3750.5
Kirk Cousins Offensive Player of the Year: 76-1
Kirk Cousins MVP: 76-1
Danielle Hunter Defensive Player of the Year: 29-1
Eric Kendricks Defensive Player of the Year: 76-1
Troy Dye Defensive Rookie of the Year: 67-1
Mike Zimmer Coach of the Year: 31-1
The Vikings 25-1 Super Bowl odds has been a pretty standard one the past few years, and so far hasn’t changed looking ahead to this season, and represents odds for an expected playoff team.
NFC North division champion odds puts the Vikings and Packers as basically co-favorites, followed by the Bears, and a further gap down to the Lions.
Among the individual player odds, I found it surprising that Troy Dye was the only Vikings draft pick listed by Bovada for defensive rookie of the year.
The 800.5 over/under for Justin Jefferson’s receiving yards looks fairly encouraging. He is tied for the highest over/under in receiving yards with Ruggs and Reagor among rookie WRs. As a comparison, Stefon Diggs’ over/under for receiving yards is 1049.5.
Other than that, nothing else really leaps off the screen as unusual or noteworthy. For the most part an expectation of a similar season as last year and the last few really.
Which is the more likely outcome? Both have 29-1 odds
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Justin Jefferson Offensive Rookie of the Year
Danielle Hunter Defensive Player of the Year