Monday Night Football: The Vikings win 17-9 over Pierce

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Dolvin Cook Rushed 89 yards in 28 carries and Kirk Cousins The Minnesota Vikings thrashed two touchdowns in a 17-9 win over the Chicago Pierce on Monday night.

In a game that was far from an attacking clinic for both teams, the Vikings made enough and made fewer mistakes.

The Bears stumbled four times, with three rescued by Minnesota. Justin Fields, Damier Byrd And David Montgomery All that was lost stumbled for the bears.

Justin Jefferson The Vikings took the lead in a 12-yard pass from Cousins ​​on the second drive of the night in Minnesota. The stumble that Fields lost led to more points Greg Joseph 37-yard field goal converted 10-0.

The Bears survived without allowing Montgomery’s lost stumble points Cairo Santos Pierce added 10-3 in the second quarter with a 34-yard field goal.

Minnesota marched 77 yards in 12 games with the help of 20 yards on a Bears penalty. Ihmir Smith-Marset To extend the Vikings’ lead to 17-3, he caught a 7-yard touchdown.

The Relatives threw for just 87 yards at night, finishing 12-for-24 passes with two points and one interception.

The Vikings went three and out of four consecutive drives in the second half and finished with just 193 yards in total offense that night to give Chicago a chance to get back into the game. However, they were unable to do so.

The Bears dropped it three straight in the fourth quarter drives, and all three possessions ended up deep in the Minnesota area.

Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks He was sent off after hitting a sliding field in the head in the middle of the fourth quarter.

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The fields first descended and collapsed in an upright position. Kendricks Fields hit the helmet-to-helmet and for personal error he was disqualified from the rest of the game.

The Minnesota 7-yard line gave the Pierce the first and goal. Tight results, however Jimmy Graham The final zone and wide receiver could not secure the third down pass Dornell Mooney The Fourth Town could not catch the pass and could not be at the border to keep the bears off the board.

Byrd dropped a pass that would have made the fourth-bottom shift on Chicago’s next possession.

Last Quiz 19-Yard Touch Down Pass From Fields Jasper Horstead Closed the final deficit 17-9. No extra point was attempted because it did not matter the outcome of the game.

Fields finished the night with 285 yards and 26-off-39 with a touchdown. Montgomery led the way on the ground with 60 yards in 18 carries. Cole Comet 71 yards had six catches.

With this defeat Pierce was officially eliminated from the playoffs.

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