Week 17 Ups and Downs: Minnesota Vikings vs Chicago Bears

Week 17 Ups and Downs: Minnesota Vikings vs Chicago Bears

Week 17 Ups and Downs: Minnesota Vikings vs Chicago Bears

Latavius Murray turned in another strong game of power running, scoring the Vikings' first two touchdowns.

It was the second time this season that Rodgers pulled off a trick play on the Vikings. The offense went without a turnover for the second straight game.

The Minnesota Vikings defense forces Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky to make crucial mistake causing safety.

The Vikings can scout the Bears all they want, but there's not doubt the Bears have a few plays that aren't on tape.

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If there were concerns raised on Sunday or by the last three games, it is that the Vikings haven't had to play a good team since they lost at Carolina on December 10, and haven't beaten a good team since they were in Atlanta on December 3.

Over the past two years, only Ezekiel Elliott (22 for Dallas) has more rushing touchdowns in the National Football League than Murray (20, including 12 for Oakland last season).

On a fourth-and-nine punt by the Vikings' Ryan Quigley, Cohen faked receiving the punt - drawing Vikings' defenders toward him - when the ball in fact was going toward Callahan on the other side of the field. The 7-play, 70-yard drive was highlighted by Case Keenum's 26-yard pass to Stefon Diggs. Joe Berger will move over to center from right guard and Jeremiah Sirles will replace Easton, who is out of the season.

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