The Seattle Seahawks (1-1) and the Minnesota Vikings (0-2) meet in Week 3. The Vikings ( moneyline odds to win) will host the Seahawks ( ) on September 26, 2021 at 4:25 PM ET on FOX. Bookmakers have listed the contest’s over/under at .
Before making a bet on this game, read this article where we surface the best available odds and dig into everything you need to know about the matchup — including key metrics, injuries, weather, and more.
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 21, 2021, 3:20 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Seahawks Vs. Vikings Betting Odds
Seahawks Vs. Vikings Player Props
Seahawks Vs. Vikings Betting Angles
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Seahawks Vs. Vikings Weather
This game will be played inside (U.S. Bank Stadium), so weather will not be an issue.
Seahawks Vs. Vikings Injury Report
|John Ursua||WR||Knee (acl)||Out|
|Bisi Johnson||WR||Knee (acl)||Out|
|Irv Smith Jr.||TE||Knee||Out|
|Janarius Robinson||DE||Lower Body||Out|
Seahawks Offense Vs. Vikings Defense (2020)
|Seahawks Offense||Stats (Rank)||Vikings Defense|
|28.7 (8)||Points/Gm||29.7 (29)|
|0.45 (7)||Points/Play||0.46 (29)|
|369.5 (17)||Yards/Gm||393.3 (27)|
|265.3 (13)||Pass Yards/Gm||266.7 (22)|
|123.2 (12)||Rush Yards/Gm||134.4 (27)|
|5.8 (11)||Yards/Play||6.1 (27)|
|7.5 (13)||Yards/Pass||7.9 (27)|
|4.8 (5)||Yards/Rush||4.6 (22)|
|40.2% (20)||3rd Down %||39.5% (10)|
|73.2% (4)||Red Zone %||58.6% (11)|
|18 (9)||Turnovers||22 (10)|
|48 (27)||Sacks||23 (28)|
Vikings Offense Vs. Seahawks Defense (2020)
|Vikings Offense||Stats (Rank)||Seahawks Defense|
|26.9 (11)||Points/Gm||23.2 (15)|
|0.42 (10)||Points/Play||0.33 (4)|
|393.3 (4)||Yards/Gm||380.6 (22)|
|266.6 (12)||Pass Yards/Gm||300.7 (31)|
|142.7 (5)||Rush Yards/Gm||95.6 (5)|
|6.2 (4)||Yards/Play||5.5 (12)|
|8.3 (2)||Yards/Pass||7.1 (12)|
|4.9 (4)||Yards/Rush||3.9 (4)|
|40.9% (16)||3rd Down %||47.1% (27)|
|71.2% (6)||Red Zone %||62.5% (19)|
|23 (23)||Turnovers||22 (10)|
|39 (20)||Sacks||46 (6)|
When The Seahawks Have The Ball (2020)
- The Seahawks’ offense averaged 0.45 points per play last year (seventh in NFL) compared to the 0.46 the Vikings’ defense allowed (29th).
- Last year Seattle had the eighth-ranked offense in the NFL, averaging 28.7 points per game. Minnesota’s defense was 29th, allowing 29.7 points per contest.
- The Vikings allowed 4.6 yards per rushing attempt last season (22nd in NFL). The Seahawks were fifth in rushing, averaging 4.8 per carry.
- Seattle’s offense had a 5.8 yards-per-play average last year (11th in the NFL) compared to the 6.1 yards Minnesota gave up per play (27th in the league).
When The Vikings Have The Ball (2020)
- The Seahawks’ defense gave up 300.7 yards through the air per game last season (31st in NFL). The Vikings’ 266.6 passing yards per game was 12th in the league.
- Minnesota had the fourth-ranked offense in the NFL in yards per game a season ago (393.3). They will be facing a Seattle defense that ranked 22nd last year, giving up 380.6 yards per game.
- The Vikings were 20th-ranked in the league in sacks conceded last year (39), and are playing the team ranked sixth in bringing down opposing quarterbacks, the Seahawks (46).
- Seattle forced 22 turnovers last season (10th-most in the NFL), and Minnesota committed 23 turnovers (10th-most in the league).
Seahawks Betting Trends And Insights
- Seattle went 8-8-0 ATS last season.
- The Seahawks were 7-8 ATS last season when playing as at least 1-point favorites.
- Seattle and its opponents combined to go over the point total seven out of 16 times last season.
- Seattle and its opponents combined to score more than 55 points in six of 17 games last season.
- The Seahawks won 11 of the 14 games they were listed as the moneyline favorite last season (78.6%).
Vikings Betting Trends And Insights
- Minnesota went 6-10-0 ATS last year.
- When playing as at least 1-point underdogs last season, the Vikings had an ATS record of 4-3.
- A total of 11 of Minnesota’s games last year went over the point total.
- Minnesota’s games last season had a combined scoring total higher than 55 points in eight of 16 outings.
- Last season, the Vikings were the underdog seven times and won two of those games.
Seahawks Players To Watch
- Russell Wilson racked up 4,212 passing yards (263.3 per game) with a 68.8% completion percentage last year, while throwing for 40 touchdowns with 13 interceptions. He also led his team with 513 rushing yards on 83 carries and two touchdowns.
- Chris Carson took 141 attempts for 681 rushing yards a season ago (42.6 per game) and scored five touchdowns. He also caught 37 passes for 287 yards and four TDs.
- Last season D.K. Metcalf was targeted 129 times and notched 83 catches for 1,303 yards and 10 touchdowns.
- Tyler Lockett chipped in with 100 catches for 1,054 yards and 10 touchdowns.
- Gerald Everett caught 41 passes for 417 yards and one touchdown, averaging 26.1 yards per game.
- Jamal Adams boasted an impressive stat line of 9.5 sacks, 14.0 TFL and 107 tackles last year.
- Bobby Wagner’s 2020 campaign saw him total 195 tackles, 7.5 TFL, and 3.0 sacks.
- Last season, Quandre Diggs hauled in five interceptions and added 86 tackles and 10 passes defended.
Vikings Players To Watch
- Last season Kirk Cousins totaled 4,265 passing yards (266.6 per game) while going 349-for-516 (67.6%) and throwing for 35 touchdowns with 13 interceptions.
- Dalvin Cook rushed for a team-best 1,557 yards on 312 attempts and 16 touchdowns a season ago. He also averaged 22.6 receiving yards per game, grabbing 44 passes for 361 yards (another team high) and one TD.
- Last season Alexander Mattison ran for 434 yards on 96 carries (27.1 yards per game), with two rushing touchdowns.
- Last season Justin Jefferson hauled in 88 passes for 1,400 yards (87.5 per game) with seven touchdowns.
- Adam Thielen’s stat line last year was 74 grabs for 925 yards and 14 touchdowns. He averaged 57.8 receiving yards per game.
- Everson Griffen showed out with an impressive stat line of 6.0 sacks, 8.0 TFL and 48 tackles.
- Eric Kendricks’ 2020 campaign saw him total 145 tackles, 4.5 TFL, and three interceptions.
- Harrison Smith picked off five passes while adding 124 tackles, 3.5 TFL, 0.5 sacks, and 10 passes defended a season ago.
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