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Sunday, December 20, 2015 at TCF Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN) Vikings 38, Bears 17In a cold and blusterous day in Minnesota, Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater dominated the Bears defense, leading Minnesota to their 3rd straight win over Chicago. Bridgewater completed 17 of his 20 passes for 4 touchdowns, and added a 5th on the ground. The offensive explosion of Bridgewater came as running back Adrian Peterson had an uncharacteristic off day, as the Bears defense keyed on the Vikings run game. The Vikings defense held the Bears running game in check, and pulled farther away in the race for the NFC North.
Sunday, November 1, 2015 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Vikings 23, Bears 20As was the case with each of the last 4 Vikings vs Bears matchups, the game ended up being a defense dominated, low scoring affair. The Vikings came into the game looking to ride their hot start and distance themselves from their NFC North rivals. Minnesota rode star running back Adrian Peterson to 103 yards, while quarterback Teddy Bridgewater threw 1 touchdown to go with 1 interceptions. But the game came down to a kicking battle, and Vikings kicker Blair Walsh out dueled his bears counterpart, kicking true on all 3 of his attempts to give Minnesota a 3 point victory.
Sunday, December 28, 2014 at TCF Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN) Vikings 13, Bears 9 While the Vikings ended their season on a high note with the 13-9 win over Chicago, the Bears struggle to find the winning road behind Jay Cutler. The Chicago offense failed to produce anything but field goals in the last three quarters while Bridgewater found Thielen on a 44-yard touchdown pass in the third to take the lead and secure the win.
Sunday, November 16, 2014 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Bears 21, Vikings 13 It was Minnesota who had the early start taking a 10-0 lead in the first quarter but after throwing for 330 yards and 3 touchdowns, Jay Cutler bounced back leading his bears to their first home win of the season against the Minnesota Vikings 21-13. Alshon Jeffery lead the receivers with 11 receptions for 135 yards and a touchdown while Forte controlled the ground on 26 carries for 117 yards.
Sunday, December 1, 2013 at Mall of America Field (Minneapolis, MN) Vikings 23, Bears 20 It was a career day for both sides of the ball as Alshon Jeffery and Adrian Peterson both closed out the day with 200+ yards. The Vikings kept answering the Bears with scoring drives of their own to send the game into overtime tied at 20. Both teams would go on to miss field goals in extra time but the third time's a charm for Blair Walsh as he split the uprights from 34 yards out to win the game 23-20.
Sunday, September 15, 2013 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Bears 31, Vikings 30 A 16-yard TD catch by Martellus Bennett with only 16 seconds left tied the game, with a Robbie Gould extra point giving the Bears the 1-point advantage they needed to win 31-30 over Minnesota. Jay Cutler bounced back from two earlier interceptions by driving Chicago 66 yards downfield late in the game to improve their record to 4-2. The Vikings fell to 1-4.
Sunday, December 9, 2012 at Mall of America Field (Minneapolis, MN) Vikings 21, Bears 14 It was the Adrian Peterson show in Minneapolis, as the ex-Sooner racked up 154 yards and two touchdowns that gave the Vikings a lead they would never give back. Peterson put the Vikings up 14-0 before halfway through the 1st quarter and Harrison Smith took a Jay Cutler pass to the house for Minnesota’s final score. The Vikings improved to 7-6, one game behind the Bears at 8-5.