players to watch, predictions and more for Monday night’s Bears-Vikings game at Soldier Field (7:30 p.m., WGN, ESPN). Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer ‘anticipates’ QB Sam Bradford will start vs. Bears.
Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer ‘anticipates’ QB Sam While everyone knew about the Chicago Bears’ quarterback change this week, the Minnesota Vikings were waiting to reveal who would line up under center in purple on Monday.Starter Sam Bradford is dealing with a knee injury, and backup Case Keenum has provided mixed results in his place. Now,
Through four games in the 2017 season, Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen has five sacks. “Not that they were all one guy’s fault, but the combination of that, we’re going a different direction”. A win against the Vikings (2-2) will greatly help Chicago’s chances for relevancy in the division. Current.
Bradford isn’t quite as mobile as Keenum, but his arm provides a much larger passing threat that the Bears will have to account for this week, but lucky for them, they’ll have a much larger passing threat of their own.