Minnesota Vikings 20-25 Chicago Bears; Bears defense helped them to win the vital NFC North game

Chicago Bears were able to win the Sunday night game of Minnesota Vikings VS. Chicago Bears by 25-20 to gain a vital victory for the NFC North Division.

Bears defense left the Vikings scoreless in the first quarter and also forced three turnovers with one interception from quarterback Kirk Cousins.

Mitch Trubisky; QB of the Bears was also intercepted twice on the night as he completed 20 of 31 passes for 165 yards. He also threw an 18 yard TD pass to Anthony Miller during the second quarter.

Cousins tried to make a comeback for the team in the second quarter as he completed 30 of 46 passes for 262 yards. He also threw two 25 yard TD passes to Aldrick Robinson and Stefon Diggs.

Vikings are now 5-4-1 for the season in the NFC North Division while Bears move ahead with their fourth straight win and season stats of 7-3.


Vikings 0-3 Bears: Cody Parkey made a 33-yard field goal.


Vikings 0-11 Bears: Mitch Trubisky made an 18-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Miller.

Vikings 0-14 Bears: Parkey made a 41-yard field goal.


Vikings 3-14 Bears: Dan Bailey made a 36-yard field goal.


Vikings 6-14 Bears: Bailey made a 36-yard field goal.

Vikings 6-22 Bears: Eddie Jackson made a 27-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Vikings 14-22 Bears: Kirk Cousins made a 13-yard touchdown pass to Aldrick Robinson.

Vikings 14-25 Bears: Parkey made a 48-yard field goal.

Vikings 20-25 Bears: Cousins made a five-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs.

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