The Chicago Bears haven't won a game against the Minnesota Vikings since Dec. 20 of 2020, but they'll be looking to end the drought on Sunday. Chicago and Minnesota will face off in an NFC North battle at 1 p.m. ET at Soldier Field. Neither team wants a repeat from their last game since each was dealt a considerable defeat.
2023 "welcomed" the Bears with a 41-10 beatdown courtesy of the Detroit Lions last week. Chicago was down 38-10 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from. QB Justin Fields put forth a good effort for the losing side as he passed for one TD and 75 yards on 21 attempts in addition to picking up 132 yards on the ground. Fields' longest run was for 60 yards in the first quarter.
Meanwhile, 2023 "welcomed" Minnesota with a 41-17 beatdown courtesy of the Green Bay Packers last week. Minnesota was in a tough position by the half, with the score already sitting at 27-3. QB Kirk Cousins had a memorable game, but not in the way you want to be remembered: despite one touchdown, he threw three interceptions and fumbled the ball once.
The Bears are expected to lose this next one by 7.5. Now might not be the best time to take Chicago against the spread since they've let down bettors for the past two consecutive games.
The losses put Chicago at 3-13 and Minnesota at 12-4. Chicago is 2-10 after losses this year, Minnesota 3-0.
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