Bears vs. Vikings score: Live updates, game stats, highlights, TV, streaming for Monday Night Football – CBSSports.com
At halftime of “Monday Night Football,” the Minnesota Vikings lead the division rival Chicago Bears 10-3.
The Vikings’ touchdown drive came on the third possession of the game, which they started on their own 46-yard line after a short punt. Justin Jefferson continued his dominance by converting two third downs on the drive, including a 12-yard touchdown to put his team ahead.
The Bears had two red-zone opportunities, but turned them into only three points. On the first, Sheldon Richardson stripped David Montgomery of the football to cut the drive short; and on the second, Justin Fields took a bad sack that set the Bears up behind the chains, and they ended up having to settled for a field goal. They were afforded another scoring opportunity late in the half when Kirk Cousins threw a seemingly inexplicable interception and gave Chicago a short field, but Cairo Stantos’ 49-yard field goal attempt was blocked by Dalvin Tomlinson.
Will the Vikings hang on and stay in the playoff race, or will the Bears stage a second-half comeback? We’ll find out soon enough. Keep it locked to our live blog throughout the rest of the evening as we update you with stats, scores, and highlights.
How to watch
Date: Monday, Dec. 20 | Time: 8:15 p.m. ET Location: Soldier Field (Chicago) TV: ESPN | Stream: fuboTV (try for free) Follow:CBS Sports App Odds: Vikings -6.5, O/U 44.5