The bears will face a second NFC opponent in a row when they take on the Vikings on “Monday Night Football”.
The Bears had a game against the Packers last week. They finished with a 45-30 defeat after going 24-3 in the second half. The Vikings beat the Packers a few weeks earlier, and they are also on the cusp of a 36-28 win over the Steelers last week.
Vikings (6-7) are favorites 6.5 points, according to FanDuel sportsbook. The Vikings are still hunting for the knockout stage, while the Bears (4-9) have no realistic chance of getting in, although they have yet to be mathematically eliminated.
Sporting News is following live updates and highlights between the Bears vs. Vikings on “Monday Night Football”. Stay tuned below for the full results from the NFL Week 15 game.
Bears vs. Vikings
Bears vs. Live Update. Vikings, Highlights from ‘Monday Night Football’
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9:17 pm – On day 4 – & – 1, Fields threw a 12-yard pass to Montgomery. The Bears are 12 yards from the Vikings with two minutes left in the half.
9:11 pm – Montgomery ran 16 yards for a Bear to come down first to open their nest.
9:07 pm – The Vikings didn’t accomplish anything when they went three and defeated.
9:03 pm – FUMBLE. Montgomery cleared the ball after Sheldon Richardson handled him, and then won the ball back at the Vikings’ 12-yard line. This was the Bear’s second groping of the night.
8:59 pm – Mooney took another first after catching a six-yard pass in third place.
8:57 pm – Darnell Mooney received a 27-yard pass from Fields to open the way for the Bears. They were above the 41-yard line.
8:54 p.m. – REGION TARGET, VIKINGS. Greg Joseph makes a 37-yard scoring attempt for the Vikings. Vikings 10, Bear 0.
8:53 pm – Robert Quinn besieged Cousins for the loss of seven yards. This is the second time Cousins has been fired tonight.
End of the first quarter: Vikings 7, Bears 0
8:45 pm – Deon Bush on the Bears has been flagged for needlessly rough behavior after hitting Tyler Conklin after he dropped the ball. The Vikings automatically got down first and are now on the Bears’ 35-yard line.
What happened to Deon Bush’s hit? Refs react to the look of the shot instead of actually playing… brutal on 3rd down. # Bear
– Aaron Leming (@AaronLemingNFL) December 21, 2021
8:43 pm – Akiem Hicks sacks Cousins for losing seven yards. This is only the 19th layoff for the Vikings this season, which is the lowest in the NFL.
8:40pm – FUMBLE. Cameron Dantzler kicked the ball out of Justin Fields’ hands to create a mess, which was then recovered by Anthony Barr on VIkings’ 47-yard line.
8:38 pm – David Montgomery ran for nine yards, and then another seven yards for the Bears’ first down in the game.
8:33 pm – TOUCHDOWN, VIKINGS. Jefferson caught a 12-yard pass in the final area for a touchdown. The Vikings are now on the board. Vikings 7, Bears 0.
8.30pm – Justin Jefferson caught an 18-yard pass for the Vikings to get down for the first time, and it was the biggest game of the game to date.
8:23 pm – During the Bears’ first playthrough, Steven Jenkins was flagged for organizing an attack. This is Jenkins’ first NFL start. There was no result in the match due to a penalty kick.
8:17 pm – Vikings get the ball first. KJ Osborn caught a five-yard pass from Kirk Cousins in third to complete the Vikings’ first knockdown.
Bears vs. Start Time. Vikings
- Day: Monday, December 20
- Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Bears vs. Game. Vikings will begin at 8:15 p.m. ET at Soldier Field in Chicago, I’ll. All “Monday Night Football” games in 2021 are scheduled to begin at 8:15 p.m. ET.
How to Watch ‘Monday Night Football’
- Channel: ESPN
- Live broadcast: ESPN+, fuboTV
Bears vs. Vikings will air on ESPN starring journalists Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick.
You can also stream “Monday Night Football” online with fuboTV, offers a free seven-day trial.
Schedule of ‘Monday Night Football’ 2021
|first||September 13||Raiders vs. Raven|
|2||September 20||Packers vs. Lions|
|3||September 27||Cowboys vs. Eagles|
|4||October 4||Chargers vs Raiders|
|5||October 11||Raven vs. Colts|
|6||October 18||Titans vs. Bills|
|7||October 25||Seahawks vs. Saints|
|8||November 1||Chiefs vs. Giants|
|9||November 8||Steelers vs. Bears|
|ten||November 15th||49ers vs Rams|
|11||November 22||Buccaneers vs. Giants|
|twelfth||November 29||Washington vs. Seahawks|
|13||December 6||Bills vs. Patriots|
|14||December 13||Cardinals vs. Rams|
|15||December 20||Bears vs. Vikings|
|16||December 27||Saints vs. Dolphins|
|17||January 3||Steelers vs. Browns|