In their regular-season finale, the Chicago Bears ended on a positive note heading into the playoffs by beating the Minnesota Vikings 24-10. This victory gives the Bears a record of 12-4, their best record since the 2006 season. Although Chicago couldn’t secure a first-round bye for the postseason, this win should help give them some much-needed momentum for this Sunday’s matchup against the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles.
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The Bears played well on both sides of the ball. The offense was led by their running game, gaining a total of 169 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. Defensively, Chicago held the Vikings to a mere 164 yards of total offense, and registered four sacks (all by the defensive line).
After displaying domination on the field, let’s see how well the Bears graded on their final report card of the 2018 NFL season.