"It's definitely nice to get those 13 wins", Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs said.
The Minnesota Vikings defense forces Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky to make crucial mistake causing safety. With the Patriots last season, Floyd said coach Bill Belichick gave his team only two days off during the bye.
They've made a convincing case they're a strong contender for the Super Bowl that happens to be on their home turf.
If there were concerns raised on Sunday or by the last three games, it is that the Vikings haven't had to play a good team since they lost at Carolina on December 10, and haven't beaten a good team since they were in Atlanta on December 3.
Minnesota Vikings running back Latavius Murray uses leverage to power through Bears defense for second touchdown of the game. "They understand the system and what their responsibility is, and they play very, very hard", coach Mike Zimmer said. On top of that, the Vikings will be without starting center Pat Elflein due to a shoulder injury against the Bears. The unit led the National Football League in least points allowed and has the ability to shut down any offense, which should keep the Vikings in any game.
"I've been on the bad end of it", Newman said of first-round byes.
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"This place is insane hard for teams to come in and play, especially with our defense".
The Minnesota Vikings took care of business on Sunday and one victory pretty much turned into two.
The Bears will finish in the cellar of the NFC North for the third consecutive season under Fox, who was hired by the team in January 2015 after a four-year stint as the Denver Broncos' coach.
"They're awesome", Keenum said of the defense. "I don't feel like we'd get another coach that would be better". Keenum lost for the second time in three starts against the Lions, completing 16 of his 30 passes for 219 yards and taking a costly sack that thwarted the Vikings' comeback bid.
Callahan, who had stood up, was the one who actually caught the ball, at the left hash, and slid to the ground. TE Kyle Rudolph, bothered by an ankle injury the past three weeks, wore a walking boot in the locker room after the game.