Vikings Team Grades: Minnesota Back Up One Bad Game With AnotherThe Minnesota Vikings play their second bad game in as many games. One week after suffering their first loss of the season, the Vikings played with another flat performance in a 20-10 loss to the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field.
Vikings Face Bears Monday Night: 4 Reasons It's A Big GameMonday night at Soldier Field, it's a big opportunity as the Minnesota Vikings face the Chicago Bears on national television. It's suddenly become a pretty big game for the Vikings on multiple levels.
Bears QB Cutler Cleared To Play Against Vikings On HalloweenBears quarterback Jay Cutler will return from a thumb injury to play against the Minnesota Vikings on Oct. 31.
Walsh Kicks Vikings To 23-20 Victory Over The BearsAdrian Peterson ran for 103 yards and Blair Walsh kicked a 36-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Minnesota Vikings to a 23-20 win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
In Vikings-Chiefs Matchup, Peterson Will Face Off With Former CoachEric Bieniemy, his position coach with the Minnesota Vikings for his first four NFL seasons, sure didn't give the star running back the star treatment. Now, Bieniemy is the running backs coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, who play at Minnesota on Sunday.
Team Grades: Vikings Get Zimmer First Win Over Division Rival In Season FinaleThe Minnesota Vikings outlasted the Chicago Bears for a 13-9 victory Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium. The Vikings finish the season with the third best record in the NFC North, despite winning just one inter-divisional game. The Vikings' good, but not great, performances from the offense, defense and special teams units helped bring the win home.
Bridgewater, Vikings Get By Bears 13-9The Minnesota Vikings were just getting started, with a rookie quarterback and a first-time head coach in Mike Zimmer so eager to maintain momentum he told the players to report to practice in a few days.
Opponent Profile: Vikings Playing Final Game Against The BearsThe Minnesota Vikings play their last game of the season Sunday against the Chicago Bears at TCF Bank Stadium. The Bears are one game behind the Vikings in the NFC North Division standings and would move out of the cellar with a victory. They have lost four straight games overall and three consecutive on the road.
Thursday Night Football Breakdown: Dallas Cowboys At Chicago BearsThe Cowboys are 8-4, but if the season ended today they would not be in the playoffs. After Thursday’s visit to Chicago, they go to Philadelphia, host Indianapolis, and finish at Washington.
Bears-Lions Fantasy Starters: Matt Forte, Matthew Stafford, And Calvin JohnsonThe Chicago Bears are going to try to reach the .500 mark when they face the Lions in the opening game of the Thanksgiving Day triple header.
Clock Malfunction Factors Into Vikings QB Bridgewater’s Last Minute InterceptionThe Minnesota Vikings are not blaming the fourth quarter clock malfunctions on their 21-13 loss to the Chicago Bears Sunday at Soldier Field. But, they are saying it factored into the play that denied them a chance to tie the game. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater threw a long pass to the end zone with plenty of time remaining in the game, but thought the clock was running out. The interception allowed the Bears to take a knee for the remainder of the game. Tight end Kyle Rudolph returned to the lineup, but he was a non-factor.
Team Grades: Vikings Suffer Near Complete Failure In ChicagoThe Minnesota Vikings fell into a tie for last place in the NFC North Division with a 21-13 loss to the Chicago Bears Sunday at Soldier Field. Teddy Bridgewater threw a touchdown pass to Rhett Ellison in the first quarter, but threw an interception late in the fourth to seal the loss. The best Vikings unit were the special teams, but they were so-so.
Cutler Leads Struggling Bears Over Vikings 21-13Jay Cutler threw for 330 yards and three touchdowns, and the Chicago Bears won for just the second time in seven games, beating the Minnesota Vikings 21-13 on Sunday.
Opponent Profile: Vikings To Face Reeling Bears Coming Out Of Their ByeThe Minnesota Vikings begin the second half of their season with a trip to Chicago to face the Bears. The Bears are winless at home and were blown out at the Green Bay Packers last week. The Bears are a better passing offense than run offense. On defense, they do a better job against the run. The oddsmakers may favor the Bears, but the Vikings should win the game.
Opponent Profile: Vikings Renew Rivalry With Packers On ThursdayThe Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers meet for the first time in 2014 on Thursday in Lambeau Field. Both teams are coming off solid wins which got them into a tie for second place in the NFC North Division. The Packers offense is a one-dimensional passing attack right now and the defense is solid against the pass and awful against the run.