It was a tough game to watch.
Play on both sides was subpar, but especially relative to the Minnesota Vikings.
The offense had little going for it outside of Adrian Peterson, again. And the defense was put in some tough spots to succeed but played well below its capabilities overall.
There were positives too, though. The defense did force two turnovers, Jarius Wright showed he could produce in consecutive games and Peterson continues to defy the laws of science.
Here are my eight winners and losers from Minnesota's 28-10 loss to the Chicago Bears.