7 reasons why the Vikings will beat the Bears in Week 4

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Heading into a big matchup against the division rival Chicago Bears, there are many reasons to believe that the Minnesota Vikings will come away with a win on Sunday.

So far this season, the Minnesota Vikings have been a bit unpredictable. After demolishing the Atlanta Falcons in Week 1, the Vikings fell to the Green Bay Packers in Week 2, and then Minnesota got back to dominating their opponent with an easy win over the Oakland Raiders in Week 3.

The difference between the Vikings’ two victories and their lone loss this year has been where these games have taken place. Both of Minnesota’s wins have come at home inside U.S. Bank Stadium while their loss in Week 2 happened on the road.

On Sunday, the Vikings will be taking part in their second road matchup of the season and they will be hoping for much better results than what went down in Green Bay two weeks ago.

A win won’t be easy for Minnesota on Sunday as they will be facing a tough Chicago Bears team. Increasing the difficulty for the Vikings this week will be their lack of success against the Bears on the road during the last two decades.

Despite the fact that they won’t have the advantage of playing in front of their home crowd, there are still a bunch of reasons to believe that Minnesota will leave Chicago with a win on Sunday.