Vikings Look To Dominate Bears

Casey WomackCorrespondent INovember 28, 2009

MINNEAPOLIS - NOVEMBER 22:  Percy Harvin #12 of the Minnesota Vikings runs the ball against the Seattle Seahawks at Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome on November 22, 2009 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
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Starting the year both teams went after star quarterbacks to take their team to the next level.

So far, it's only working out for one of them.

Brett Favre looks to lead the Vikings to their 10th win Sunday against the Chicago Bears.

I honestly think the Vikings will dominate this game with their high powered offense going up against an injured Bears squad.

Chicago has made it obvious that they can not stop Adrian Peterson and the Vikings running game.

The only chance they have to slow down this offense is to try and get pressure on Brett Favre who is having a stellar season.  Good luck with that, Bears.

The entire season teams have tried to stop the run and force Brett Favre to beat them.  That strategy hasn't quite worked out for opponents this year. 

The Vikings defense is also looking to continue their solid performance this season and slow down Jay Cutler and Matt Forte.

I think the Vikings will put constant pressure on Cutler, who is leading the league with 18 interceptions, and try to force mistakes.

Matt Forte has been pretty disappointing this year but the blame is mostly on the offensive line. 

Chicago ranks 28th in rushing, averaging only 89.3 yards, and will go up against the arguably the best rush defense in the league.

My pick: 35-10 Vikings