After scoring just one touchdown in their first two games of the season, Chicago's offense found the end zone three times in Week 3. And because each team's list of inactive players is due 90 minutes before game time, we might not get word of a decision on Hicks until 1:55 p.m. CT. The Bears went 2-0 against the Vikings past year, outscoring Minnesota 49-34 in two contests that weren't particularly close. In weeks 1 and 3, the Vikings allowed the opposing team's tight end to be the top receiver.
The Minnesota Vikings have as much talent any team in the NFC North. Instead of throwing it 40-50 times a game, the Vikings have elected to have their offense go through Dalvin Cook. QB Mitchell Trubisky completed 25 of 31 passes for 231 yards, threw his first three touchdowns of season against Redskins after struggling in first two games.
The Bears defense has managed to bring in four interceptions this season and are coming off of a game where they forced five turnovers on the Washington Redskins. The Bears could look to get Trubisky out and running to keep him away from the Vikings' pass rush.
GettyBears RB David Montgomery could be a big part of Chicagos attact against the Vikings.
Chicago Bears AnalysisThe Bears offense finally had a good game last week.
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Chicago is 10-4 ATS in their last 14 games.
This will be a tough game for the Vikings to win, no doubt.
Based on current bookmaker predictions the battle for the NFC North victor will be more contested compared with "fellow" AFC North division where the spot will likely be decided between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns based on Oddschecker's comparison of sportsbook futures odds. The Bears are now behind the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions in the NFC North. On the NFC side of things, so far there doesn't seem to be a massive difference between the odds given to the Packers, Bears, and Vikings, though with the Green Bay team having won all three first games it makes a serious claim for the division's first place. They can't start the season out 0-2 at home in the division if they want to be contenders.
12 Number of games (including playoffs) the Bears have gone without giving up 24 points or more at home.