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Vikings Bear Game Review from Soldier Field

By Vikings Tickets Staff Writer: R. Murray

Vikings fall short at Soldier Field against Chicago Bears:

The Minnesota Vikings faced off with the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago. The Bears defeated the Vikings 28-10 and they ended their two-game losing skid. Did you miss the game? Read on to see my recap of the Vikings Bears football game. 



The Bears finally resembled a team: 

On Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field, the Bears resembled the team that had a 7-1 first half record and not the team that dropped two straight games. All three phases of the team's game were on display in a 28-10 defeat of the Minnestoa Vikings in a critical NFC North match-up. While the Bears got Jay Cutler back this week, Sunday's victory may come at a price as a number of key players exited the game with injuries.


Vikings vs. Bears 2012: Vikings "brutal" in nearly every phase:

Sunday's game was suppose to be a big one for the Vikings, but the Bears dominated. 

Another Chance to see the Vikings play the Bears:

But, don't worry, we have another chance to see the Vikings play the Bears 12/9 so get your tickets now! 


Percy Harvin Injury: Leslie Frazier gives no timetable for Harvin's Return:

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin has no timetable for return from his ankle injury, which has now kept him out of two games.

Vikings Standings:

The Vikings are one game behind the Packers (7-4) for second in the NFC North, and while Green Bay is currently in line for the NFC's top wild-card spot, the Vikings (6-5) would lose the second spot in a tiebreaker with Tampa Bay (6-5) and Seattle (6-5), both of whom beat the Vikings earlier this year.