Reasons The Chicago Bears Will Beat The Minnesota Vikings in Primetime


The Minnesota Vikings traveled to Chicago for a pivotal divisional game this past weekend, and they left with a 25-20 loss to the NFC North-leading Bears.

"On Wednesday, he stood up in front of the whole team and made a couple of points", The Athletic Vikings reporter Chad Graff said on After Hours with Amy Lawrence. "His mobility is better than a lot of people realize". He threw two touchdowns in the final 4:51 and got intercepted two times.

Parkey nailed a 41-yarder with room to spare in the closing minute of the half to make it a 14-point game.

Trubisky finished with 10 rushes for 43 yards.

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Bears defensive lineman Akiem Hicks sacked Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins on third-and-2 to force the Vikings to kick.

Trubisky and the Bears offense wouldn't score another touchdown after halftime, and Cousins was able to lead two successful touchdown drives late in the fourth quarter. The drive ended on a Dalvin Cook fumble. Facing pressure on 16 of his dropbacks, the second most he's seen in a game this season, the Vikings quarterback completed 30 of 46 passes for 262 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.

"Either they are not listening or they are not paying attention or they really don't care", Zimmer said.

Two weeks after Cook's return against Detroit when the run game seemed to finally be getting into a rhythm, Minnesota ran the ball 14 times for a total of 22 yards. "They'll go for that, '" Graff said. Coming out of their bye week, the Vikings (5-4-1) dropped their second of three straight division games with a 25-20 loss in Chicago.