The Chicago Bears won a close game against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night with a final score of 12-10.
Justin Fields, the Bears' quarterback, made a crucial 36-yard pass to D.J. Moore in the last minute, leading to the game-winning field goal.
The Vikings, who were 6-5 and in a good playoff position, had a disappointing night with quarterback Joshua Dobbs throwing four interceptions.
Dobbs, initially promising for the Vikings, had a tough first half, struggling with completions and throwing interceptions.
Despite Dobbs' struggles, the Bears couldn't fully capitalize on the Vikings' mistakes, facing challenges of their own throughout the game.
The halftime score was tied at 3-3, and the Vikings' poor performance made it seem like a win for them.
The Vikings managed to score in the third quarter, but it wasn't enough to secure a victory.
In the fourth quarter, Dobbs threw a crucial interception, giving the Bears an opportunity to take control.
The game was marked by turnovers and missed opportunities, with both teams facing challenges in executing successful plays.
Justin Fields made a decisive pass in the last two minutes, setting up a field goal for the Bears to secure a hard-fought, but not pretty, victory.