Vikings: 3 Keys to Beating the Bears

Kristopher Nichols
January 1, 2018

By the time the Vikings play in their first playoff game, they will be well-rested, well-positioned and perhaps a little anxious about how their offense will function if they fall behind or have to win a high-scoring game.

According to ESPN.com , Fox won't be returning to Chicago next season.

Now, they have a chance to secure a first-round bye in the playoffs in they can defeat the Chicago Bears on Sunday (10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, FOX, DirecTV). The offense went without a turnover for the second straight game.

John Fox will likely be coaching his last game as the Bears head coach Sunday. Let's discuss the good and bad things from the Week 17 game between the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears starting with the positives!

'Make America Gay Again.' Mike Pence Gets Trolled With Rainbow Banner
Aspen is in Pitkin County, where Clinton defeated Trump by winning 69.7 percent of the vote, compared to 24.3 percent for Trump. In that role, he advocated traditional marriage as the institution "that forms the backbone of our society".

Fire in 12-storey Manchester building 'well under control'
The surrounding area was sealed off as over a dozen fire engines rushed to the scene, while onlookers gathered on street corners. Spokesman of the fire service said the fire had spread to "multiple floors" but the situation was "brought under control".

CTA to offer free train and bus rides on New Year's Eve
Fareboxes and ORCA card readers will be covered to remind riders not to pay. The routes will be on Sunday/holiday schedules on Sunday and Monday.

The regular season finale has arrived for the NFL.

The Bears pulled a pair of fast ones on the Vikings in their matchup earlier this season, when Benny Cunningham caught a pass from Pat O'Donnell on a fake punt for a 38-yard touchdown and Trubisky scored on a 2-point conversion play when the ball changed hands four times. Diggs became the fastest player in Vikings history to reach 200 receptions, in 40 games.

Case Keenum threw for 189 yards, 65 going to Stefon Diggs and 61 to Adam Thielen, to go with a touchdown, caught by Diggs. The Vikings have depth in rookie Danny Isidora, but could opt to move right tackle Mike Remmers to guard and insert Rashod Hill at right tackle. Jeremiah Sirles started at left guard for Nick Easton, who will miss the playoffs because of a broken ankle.

Other reports by Free-Prsite

Discuss This Article

FOLLOW OUR NEWSPAPER