Who wins Week 15 prime-time game between Bears and Vikings?

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The Chicago Bears (4-9) will face the Minnesota Vikings (6-7) on Monday Night Football, where Chicago will be looking to snap a three-game losing streak. And it’s going to be a difficult task given that the Bears have a slew of players and coordinators on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

The Bears are coming off a brutal loss to the Green Bay Packers (10-3), where Chicago was blown out in the second half after a competitive first half of action.

Now, the Bears return to prime time, where they’ll battle the Vikings for the first time this season — the first of two games in four weeks. The good news is that Matt Nagy’s teams have found plenty of success against the Vikings, as Nagy is 5-1 against Minnesota since 2018. Not to mention, the Vikings are 5-15 against the Bears at Soldier Field over the last 20 meetings.

Unlike Chicago, Minnesota remains “in the hunt” for a wild-card spot, where these final four games will be meaningful. While the Bears aren’t mathematically eliminated from the postseason just yet, their season is all but over at this point. But they can still play spoiler for

Can the Bears return to the win column against the Vikings? Or will Minnesota send Chicago to their second four-game losing streak of the season?

Who wins on Monday night?

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