The Minnesota Vikings hit the road in Week 4 to take on the Chicago Bears and the NFC North matchup gave fans a lot to talk about.
Coming in Week 3 of the 2019 NFL season, the Minnesota Vikings had a chance to gain some ground on the Green Bay Packers and try to even out their division record after a tough loss earlier this year to the squad from Wisconsin.
Sadly, that wasn’t what happened on the field in Chicago. The Bears controlled the game from the start, throwing the ball at will against the Vikings defense and making sure Minnesota couldn’t get their offense going.
The final result was a 6-16 embarrassing loss that showed the purple and gold struggling to do anything against their division opponent and force fans to wonder if their expectations for this team were too high entering the game.
Still, there were some good performances from the game which deserves a bit of praise. Plus, there were plenty of things that weren’t great at all. Let’s break down the best and worst things from Week 4 between the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears starting with the positives!
(Note: All stats via ESPN)