Vikings Fall For A Bears Trick Punt Return

Vikings Fall For A Bears Trick Punt Return

Bears rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, playing behind a patchwork offensive line, was 20 of 36 for 176 yards and was sacked once. He had one reception for 1 yard in the game.

The Vikings, who took a shutout into the fourth quarter two weeks ago against the Bengals and blanked the Packers at Lambeau Field on December 23, might have taken another zero into the fourth quarter if not for the Bears' second TD off punt-team trickery against the Vikings this season. They were penalized 10 times for 116 yards and went 1 for 14 on third and fourth down conversions. Each of his three seasons with the Bears will be among the worst four seasons of his National Football League head coaching career, making them the anomaly of his career. Trubisky led two sustained fourth-quarter drives for Chicago, but got no points when the Bears failed to convert on fourth-and-goal plays from the 6-yard line and from the 2-yard line.

Murray has rather quietly been one of their most productive players down the stretch, helping the Vikings move the chains and work the clock while the defense holds the lead.

The regular season finale has arrived for the NFL.

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Callahan later made amends by returning a punt 59 yards for a touchdown off a trick play, closing the gap to 14-7 with 5:50 left in the half. Diggs became the fastest player in Vikings history to reach 200 receptions, in 40 games. The 7-play, 70-yard drive was highlighted by Case Keenum's 26-yard pass to Stefon Diggs. Randy Moss and Cris Carter are the only ones ahead on either list. Mike Remmers moved from right tackle into Berger's spot.

Bears: Two starting offensive linemen, LT Bobby Massie and RG Josh Sitton, did not suit up.