The Chicago Bears are in desperate need of a win.
The Bears, who were a lock for the NFC North title four weeks ago, have lost three of four and have relinquished their division lead. A loss to the Minnesota Vikings would be detrimental to Chicago with a game coming up against the Green Bay Packers in Week 15.
The Bears have never had an exceptionally proficient offence, but it’s been the defense that has failed Chicago lately. The Bears gave up 32 points to the San Francisco 49ers and quarterback Colin Kaepernick. And last week, the Bears let rookie quarterback Russell Wilson take the Seattle Seahawks offense down the field on the first drive of overtime to beat the Bears at Soldier Field.
Here are some keys for the Bears to turn things around against Minnesota and, more importantly, build some confidence heading into the matchup against Green Bay.