1. The Minnesota Vikings interior line can be pushed by the Chicago Bears
The Minnesota Vikings have two legitimate offensive tackles that they lean on to carry the line. However, they are a bit weaker along the interior. Garrett Bradbury missed weeks two through four and came back last week for the loss against the Kansas City Chiefs.
However, beyond shuffling at center, the weak line of the unit is Ed Ingram. Ingram has allowed 17 pressures so far this season, and four of them were sacks, per PFF. If you watch the tape, you know that he can be had and teams will attack him.
For the Chicago Bears, this has to be a combination of Andrew Billings and Gervon Dexter. Billings is the run stuffer, and he is having one of the best years of his career. Meanwhile, Dexter is ascending each week and is coming off of the best game of his career. A smart way to keep his momentum rolling would be to line him up on Ed Ingram early into this game. If Billings can help set up the long third downs, and then Dexter can come in and push the pocket as a pass rusher, this duo could be enough to impact the Vikings and walk away with a win.