Bears vs Vikings: Bear Goggles On’s Week 13 Staff Picks and Predictions

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Nov 3, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Minnesota Vikings fan smiles as she wears face paint and Viking horns during the game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT

Elijah Zelonky (5-6)

It’s time to bring the defense back to life. It’s time for some positivity. Remember, this IS the Vikings.

Bears 24 Vikings 16

Cameron Curtis (4-7)

This Bears team has been frustratingly hard to predict this season.  What can I say that hasn’t already been said?  I expect Adrian Peterson to rack up ton of yards, but so will the Bears’ offense.

Bears 30 – Vikings 27

Michael Praser (5-6)

My prediction is that the Bears are going to let Adrian Peterson run for 350 yards and score a ton of touchdowns. The Bears defense is awful and I don’t think that the Bears offense will be as good in Mall of America Field. They made a ton of mistakes and penalties last week in St. Louis, and I don’t see them correcting those mistakes this week. Did I mention Adrian Peterson breaking the all time single game rushing record? Yeah, that’s going to happen. Chris Conte will be ever enshrined in a looping video in the Football Hall of Fame being steamrolled by Adrian Peterson as he gets his final record setting yards at the end of the game.

Vikings 34 – Bears 21

Keith Schultz (7-4)

If you like history, tune in Sunday as Adrian Peterson runs for over 300 yards on the worst Bears defense in my lifetime!

Vikings 44 - Bears 35 

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  • ManGod

    Chicago by 17. I do not see AP getting to rush freely in this game. And yardage for him will be much more difficult to come by with Ratliff and McClellan healthy and playing. When you those two to the D line you automatically make things easier in the run game for the rookie linebackers and that spells trouble for the Minnesota offense as a whole, not just the run game. AP maybe scores 2 TD’s….and maybe the Vikings can squeeze another TD out somewhere….but more likely they will end with 2 TDs and 2-3 FGs…..McGowan will bounce back on offense along with Martellis , Ashlon and Brandon….and when you add in the running game of Forte who I see rushing for at least 80 yds and receiving yardage in the 35-55 yds …..I smell a blowout in this matchup….Bears 41 Yikes 24

    • Wayne Davis

      All those players PLUS!.. Cutler avail week 2 at home and you all couldn’t blow us out!!… How u figure in our house that’s going to happen???

      • ManGod

        Easy….stop AP with Ratliff and McClellan clogging the running lanes and force him into the Linebacker gaps filled with Anderson, Greene and Bostic all of whom will be on the field. As Ap goes, so do the Vikings…and if you think you have QB to play….who did you just steal him from Minneapolis High School????? First off neither McClellan, Ratliff, Greene or Bostic were in that game…..sorry for your history lesson. Also the weak link in the secondary Major Wright will not be playing…..which bodes well for the Bears…Bowman or Steltz can tackle and are just as decent defending the pass as Wright has been. McGowan will look like a superstar against your non-existent pass defense and rush this year….look for him to throw 3-5 TDs and go over 350 yds against your secondary.

        • Wayne Davis

          Your delusional !!.. Lmao!!.. Second who the hell is McGowan you seem to know a little something about football and i guess your team .. Hopefully that’s a nick name McGowan none of the other proven QBs have thrown 5td I doubt your career back up will?.. Ijs .. Because I’m not delusional about my team we have a good chance of winning this game at home

        • Wayne Davis

          Well… You got one outa all your predictions right 350yds passing …. That’s IT! Though lol….

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