5 bold Minnesota Vikings predictions for Week 12 vs. the Chicago Bears

The Minnesota Vikings will look to continue their playoff push against the Chicago Bears on Monday night

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2. The Vikings will turn the ball over at least twice

There aren’t many ways that the Bears can come up with an upset on Monday night, but the easiest might be if the Vikings turn the ball over.

The Vikings continue to give the ball away like bags of Skittles on Halloween, ranking third in the league with 21 turnovers. While Minnesota had their first game without a turnover in their Week 10 win over the New Orleans Saints, the Vikings coughed up the ball twice against the Broncos, paving the path for Denver to come away with a one-point victory.

The Bears have managed just 13 takeaways on the year but managed to turn the Lions over four times including three interceptions by Jared Goff. If the Vikings’ offensive line allows Josh Dobbs to come under pressure, the Bears could create some opportunities and come away with the win.