Chicago Bears defeat Minnesota Vikings, 33-27
The Bears entered averaging 30.3 points since Mitch Trubisky reclaimed QB duties, and Chicago scored another 33 points during a crucial win in Minnesota on Sunday (the loser’s season was likely finished). Trubisky had a modest game thanks to only attempting 21 passes, as David Montgomery continued his onslaught on the league, only this time not against a defensive pushover. I apologize, Montgomery, you are better than I realized … Kirk Cousins finishes the year with 22 TD strikes at home, but he was unable to get “good guy” Adam Thielen involved much (just three targets) beyond a short score … Dalvin Cook ran for the most yards (132) against Chicago this season, as he builds his case to be the first pick in 2021 fantasy drafts … Irv Smith dropped a touchdown (although Cousins was close to being over the LOS), while Justin Jefferson continued to have one of the most impressive rookie campaigns in league history.
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put this video in the hof right now 💀 pic.twitter.com/p3PUgktvjL
— pak💨 (@stepbacktriple) December 17, 2020