The Minnesota Vikings are hoping to finish with a 7-9 record as they face the Chicago Bears in their regular-season finale.
The Minnesota Vikings are on a two-game losing streak, and they are hoping to avoid last place in the NFC North in their regular-season finale against the Chicago Bears.
The Vikings lost, 37-35, to the Miami Dolphins in their last game after the Dolphins blocked a Vikings punt for a safety. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater had a solid showing though.
The rookie threw for 259 yards with two touchdowns and an interception on 19-of-26 passing. Running back Matt Asiata ran for 58 yards and two touchdowns.
Meanwhile, the Bears lost their fourth game in a row after giving away a lead against the Detroit Lions to lose, 20-14. Jimmy Clausen made the start at quarterback since Jay Cutler was benched.
However, Cutler will be the starter once again since Clausen suffered a concussion. The Bears have a 5-10 record, so they will finish last in the NFC North if they lose to the Vikings.
They face another tough pass defense in the Vikings, who rank eighth in the NFL with 227.1 passing yards per game allowed.
Prediction: Vikings 24, Bears 14View poll on FanMob