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Late Field Goal Secures Chicago Bears’ Victory Over Minnesota Vikings Despite Joshua Dobbs’ Four Interceptions


The Chicago Bears’ season, marked by more downs than ups, shows signs of promise for 2024-25 as they secured a 12-10 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night. Despite a lack of touchdowns and Cairo Santos’ crucial 30-yard field goal with 10 seconds left, the team embraces the positives for the future.

Quarterback Justin Fields, in his second game back from injury, demonstrated glimpses of his potential with 217 passing yards, 114 to DJ Moore, and 59 rushing yards. Fields played a pivotal role in the fourth-quarter drive leading to Santos’ game-winning kick.

Supported by a stellar defense, the Bears intercepted Vikings quarterback Joshua Dobbs four times, contributing to the team’s eight takeaways in the last two games. This victory, the third with three or more interceptions this season, positions the Bears with a Carolina Panthers’ first-round pick and the No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 draft.

Fields, despite acknowledging “backbreaking” fumbles, praised the dressing room camaraderie after the game.

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