Week 4 NFL Odds And Promos: Vikings Host AFC Contender Cleveland

Written By Russ Mitchell on September 28, 2021 - Last Updated on July 22, 2022
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It might be early to talk about turning points in a season, but NFL Week 4 odds for the Minnesota Vikings must have improved after Sunday’s rally against the Seattle Seahawks.

The Vikings shut out the Seahawks in the second half and added three field goals en route to a 30-17 win. Coach Mike Zimmer had to go without star RB Dalvin Cook, but the team didn’t miss a beat with backup Alexander Mattison.

Mattison finished with 26 carries for 112 yards.

Zimmer told reporters:

“It’s always good when you go out there and you believe that you’re a good team. And, you show it in all three phases, really. Getting a win obviously gives us some belief and proof that we can do this.”

How to watch: Cleveland at Minnesota in Week 4

  • What: Cleveland (2-1) at Minnesota (1-2)
  • When: Noon, Sunday
  • Where: US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
  • TV: CBS

Minnesota’s opponent was stingy on defense, too. The Cleveland Browns limited the Chicago Bears to a pair of field goals and pulled away late for a 26-6 win. The Bears gained a franchise-low 47 total net offensive yards in the game.

Browns coach Kevin Stefanski told reporters:

“Some unbelievable individual efforts, but I thought the guys played sound, played together, ran to the ball and obviously did a nice job to hold that team to six points and 47 yards. We are a 2-1 football team. It was great to come in here and get a team win in front of our fans.”

Week 4 Vikings game odds at Iowa sportsbooks

7 sportsbook promos to know

New customers

  • New DraftKings Sportsbook IA users get $150 in bonus bets when they make an NFL game their first wager. Just deposit at least $5 and place a bet of at least $1 or more. Then, $150 will be deposited into the new account as six $25 bonus bets. The bets have a one-week shelf life.

Get a free NFL jersey

  • Fans have one last chance to get a bet in for the Caesars SportsbookFree NFL Jerseys For the People” program. Wager at least $100 in Thursday’s Jacksonville   at Cincinnati  game to receive a $150 digital gift card for use at the NFL’s online store. But, first make sure you opt in for the promo at Caesars ahead of time. Qualified customers will get their NFL Shop gift card on Tuesday, Oct. 5.

Promo offers around prop bets

  • At BetMGM Sportsbook Iowa customers can place a prop bet on a player to score the first touchdown of any NFL game and receive up to $25 in bonus bets if the wager loses.
  • Betfred Sportsbook also has a first-score prop bet offer. Place a wager on the first player with a touchdown in an NFL game. If the bet wins and the player score another touchdown at any other point in the game, Betfred will double the win amount.

No juice and profit boosts in Week 4

  • BetRivers Sportsbook offers a 20% profit boost (up to $25 of the bet) for customers who place a parlay of three legs or more.
  • PointsBet Sportsbook still has a “no juice offer, but the lines only surface within 48 hours of NFL games. Essentially a $100 “no juice” bet earns customers $100 when they make a correct $100 bet on NFL games. They have a special offer for the Tom Brady vs. New England Patriots Sunday nighter as well.
  • Unibet Sportsbook is offering a 10% profit boost on any NFL bet.

More Week 4 NFL live odds

Thursday Night Football features 2020 No. 1 draft pick Joe Burrow (Bengals) vs. 2021 No. 1 draft pick Trevor Lawrence (Jaguars).

The odds below update live, with an expanded NFL betting guide for teams in the Midwest:


  • 7:20 p.m.Jacksonville (0-3) at Cincinnati (2-1) (NFL Network)

Sunday (noon window)

  • Washington (1-2) at Atlanta (1-2) (FOX)
  • Houston (1-2) at Buffalo (2-1) (CBS)
  • Detroit (0-3) at Chicago (1-2) (FOX)
  • Carolina (3-0) at Dallas (2-1) (FOX)
  • Indianapolis (0-3) at Miami (1-2) (CBS)
  • Cleveland (2-1) at Minnesota (1-2) (CBS)
  • NY Giants (0-3) at New Orleans (2-1) (FOX)
  • Tennessee (2-1) at NY Jets (0-3) (CBS)
  • Kansas City (1-2) at Philadelphia (1-2) (CBS)

Sunday (late window)

  • 3:05 p.m. — Arizona (3-0) at LA Rams (3-0) (FOX)
  • 3:05 p.m.Seattle (1-2) at San Francisco (2-1) (FOX)
  • 3:25 p.m.Baltimore (2-1) at Denver (3-0) (CBS)
  • 3:25 p.m.Pittsburgh (1-2) at Green Bay (2-1) (CBS)

Sunday Night Football

  • 7:20 p.m. — Tampa Bay (2-1) at New England (1-2) (NBC)

Monday Night Football

  • 7:15 p.m. — Las Vegas (3-0) at LA Chargers (2-1) (ESPN)
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Russ Mitchell has been covering news and sports in northwest Iowa since 1997, including 11 years as managing editor for one of the most acclaimed community newspapers in the state. He looks forward to keeping readers up to date on the growing sportsbook industry in Iowa.

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