Getting off to a better start
When the Bears and Vikings last met, things were quite different. The Minnesota Vikings had a different offensive coordinator, they were more focused on passing the ball, and didn’t score a single point in the first half.
Since then, the Minnesota offense has looked better. They have proven to be able to run the ball effectively with Dalvin Cook and have a better mix of run and pass plays in their offense under Kevin Stefanski in an offense more suited to the offensive line and quarterback the team has.
In the last two weeks, the Vikings have scored five touchdowns in the first two quarters. Not only that, but they have only turned the ball over once in the last two weeks compared to the three times that happened against the Bears in their last meeting.
Chicago had better be ready for a much different looking Minnesota team when they take the field at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday in front of a loud and rowdy sea of purple and gold fans rooting for their team to make the postseason.
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