Bears rally past Vikings on Monday Night Football
(Minneapolis, MN) -- Justin Fields marched his team down the field in the final minutes of Chicago's 12-10 win over the Vikings on Monday Night Football in Minnesota.
The Vikings took a 10-9 lead with under six minutes left in regulation when Josh Dobbs hit TJ Hockenson for a go-ahead score, and Fields lost a fumble on Chicago's next drive.
However, the Bears forced a three-and-out to get one more possession.
Fields led Chicago to the 13-yard line, and Cairo Santos hit a 30-yard game-winning field goal with ten-seconds left in regulation.
Fields passed for 217 yards in the victory, while DJ Moore caught 11 passes for 114 yards, with his last catch setting up the game-winner.
Chicago remains in last place in the NFC North at 4-and-8.
Dobbs passed for 185 yards, a touchdown, and four picks in the losing effort.
The Vikings are in second place in the NFC North at 6-and-6.
— with files from MetroSource
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