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01 January 2018, 01:50 | Hattie Nash
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ABOUT THE BEARS (5-10): Rookie Mitchell Trubisky believes there is a night-and-day difference from when he made his National Football League debut against Minnesota in Week 5 until now.
The Vikings haven't allowed the fewest yards in a season since 1993 or the fewest points in a season since 1971.
The Vikings were up 3-2 in Chicago when they turned to Keenum just before halftime, and it was only when the offense began to coalesce around the quarterback that Minnesota avoided what could have been a costly loss.
If the Vikings win Sunday, putting themselves two games from becoming the first team to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium, there will be narratives proffered and platitudes breathed about the team's grand plan, what it saw in free agents like Keenum and Murray that no one else did.
Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer says rookie center Pat Elflein will miss Sunday's game against Chicago because of a shoulder injury, his second missed start of the season.
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And Latavius Murray notched his second 100-rushing yard day with the Vikings, a 20-111-2 effort as part of Minnesota's 147-yard day. "Preparation. how to carry yourself as a pro and just getting comfortable within this offense is probably the main thing (I've done)". The 13 wins are the franchise's most since 1998, when the 15-1 Vikings under Randall Cunningham and Brad Childress advanced to the NFC championship game.
Keenum said 13-3 had "a nice ring to it". "This place is crazy-hard for people to play". The Vikings defeated the Bears 23-10. Fox's record in three seasons as the Bears head coach is now 14-34.
"I haven't really thought about (continuing to coach)", Fox said this week.
"There's a lot that we have in store as an offense, I think we can play a lot better", Thielen added.
Diggs became the fastest player in Vikings history to reach 200 receptions, in 40 games. TE Kyle Rudolph, bothered by an ankle injury the past three weeks, wore a walking boot in the locker room after the game. Randy Moss and Cris Carter are the only ones ahead on either list. Joe Berger will move over to center from right guard and Jeremiah Sirles will replace Easton, who is out of the season.
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