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Minnesota Vikings Offense: 

The Minnesota Vikings offense played pretty solid in their games before playing against the Bears, but against the Bears the Vikings offense played nearly perfect football, especially in the first half. The Vikings receivers had no problem getting open against a weaker Bears secondary, with Justin Jefferson who had 154 yards on 12 receptions, Irv Smith Jr. who had 42 yards on 4 receptions, and K.J. Osborn had 41 yards on 5 receptions. Kirk Cousins had no problem finding open receivers, and throwing to them accurately, as he had 296 yards and 1 touchdown, while completing 32 out of his 41 passing attempts. The Vikings also got great production from their running back, Dalvin Cook as he had 94 yards and 2 touchdowns, on 18 carries, getting a lot of yards after contact.