Bears-Vikings result, observations: Chicago defense fails miserably The game-winning drive is led by Justin Fields and Joshua Dobbs

Football a fair consequence was given Monday night in Minnesota. Justin Fields, who has persevered through a large number hardships during his brief time frame in the NFL, was compensated for his versatility while driving the Bears to a 12-10 triumph over the Vikings.

The Bears quarterback shook off two bungles that happened before in the game and drove the group on a game-dominating drive while blazing his true capacity. He completed the night with 217 yards passing and 59 yards hurrying while at the same time assisting Chicago with improving to 4-8. The misfortune dropped the Vikings to 6-6.

For what it needed scoring, Monday night’s down compensated for in power, particularly in the final part. Chicago took a 9-3 lead, just to lose it after Joshua Dobbs hit T.J. Hockenson in the end zone on a 17-yard hit with under six minutes left.

Things got more distressing for Chicago after Fields bobbled the ball away on the Bears’ following drive. Yet, Chicago’s protection – – as it did various times on the evening – – moved forward while driving a dropkick and giving Fields and Co. a shot a recovery.

Fields didn’t frustrate. His consummations of 16 and 36 yards to D.J. Moore set up Cairo Santos’ down winning, 30-yard field objective with 10 seconds left.

Chicago had the ball for everything except two plays during the initial quarter. Fields, who finished every one of the 12 of his passes during the quarter, drove the Bears on a couple of extensive drives to open the game. The first finished with a missed field objective, yet the second brought about a chip shot by Santos.

The Bears wouldn’t score again in the primary half regardless of the safeguard concocting two captures off of Dobbs, who assisted the Vikings with getting on the load up not long before halftime on a short field objective.

Here are a few focal points from Monday’s down:

Why the Bears won
Matt Eberflus’ protection appeared, matching Brian Flores’ unit on a night Justin Fields and Co. lacked the ability to marshal a solitary score. While Fields defeated a couple of bumbles to set up the game-dominating field objective, it was actually the opposite side of the ball that kept the Bears in it until the end. T.J. Edwards was out of control watching the center, Montez Sweat featured a front that hit Joshua Dobbs multiple times, and Jaylon Johnson almost had two singles out his own as the optional blocked Dobbs on four different series. Their rehashed stops empowered Fields and D.J. Moore to do barely enough late, and Cairo Santos’ four field objectives wrapped up.

Why the Vikings lost
The Joshua Dobbs sorcery everything except totally vanished. Seven days after the Mustangs took the ball from the Vikings’ storybook fill-in to win a nearby one, Dobbs sunk to a new low attempting to squeeze tosses into weighty traffic; while no less than one of his four picks fell off the hands of a beneficiary, he might have effectively tossed a fifth, as well. While he showed strength on a late score strike to T.J. Hockenson, which momentarily put Minnesota ahead, it was short of what was needed for a Kevin O’Connell offense that continued sticking itself profound and neglecting to change over third-or fourth-down attempts. Brian Flores’ “D” gave a valiant effort to lead the way, logging two focal points of its own, however it wasn’t sufficient.

Defining moment
Confronting a third-and-10 from the Vikings’ 49 with 1:06 left, Fields let one tear down the center of the field and hit a completely open D.J. Moore to place Chicago in field objective reach. This came after for all intents and purposes 59 minutes of old, excessively moderate, screen-weighty system from the Bears’ offense, however it made all the difference, setting up Santos’ down winning 30-yarder.

Play of the game
Give it to Bears corner Kyler Gordon, who made a gymnastic get on the fourth pick of Dobbs, scooping a ball diverted by his colleague down and dirty:

What’s straightaway
The Vikings (6-6) will lay on Seven days 13 bye prior to visiting the Plunderers (5-7), who just tumbled to the Bosses, on Dec. 13. The Bears (4-8) will likewise partake in seven days off prior to returning in Week 14 to have the NFC North-driving Lions (8-3), who were irritated about the opponent Packers on Thanksgiving.