The Chicago Bears are set to take on the Minnesota Vikings in an interesting Week 15 matchup. Chicago has not been playing great football this season but their offense has looked much better the past two weeks. The Vikings are a team that tends to underperform in games that they should win.

Although Chicago has lost their last two games, they were able to score 30 points against a good Packers defense and only lose by 11 against arguably the best team in football, the Arizona Cardinals. Obviously, losing by 11 isn’t impressive, but being able to score 22 points with a team that struggles to put points on the board all season long is definitely a confidence booster for this team.

Let’s take a look at four bold predictions for the Bears-Vikings Week 15 game.

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Bears Week 15 Predictions

4. Justin Fields continues to improve

Justin Fields hasn’t necessarily been the guy that the Bears were hoping for, but a lot of that can be put on their lack of offensive weapons and some questionable play-calling from the coaching staff.

Although he did throw two interceptions against the Packers, he was still able to put up 224 yards in the air as well as 74 yards on the ground. He finished the game with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Fields was a major reason why the Bears were able to score 30 points against a high-level Packers defense.

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He will continue to play well on Sunday as he will throw for over two hundred yards once again with at least 50 rushing yards for two total touchdowns.

3. The offense continues to look better

The Bears’ offense has been one of the worst in football for most of the season. The past two weeks, they have been able to put up 22 or more points in both contests. That isn’t going to change on Sunday as the Vikings don’t exactly have a high-level defense. The offense is still going to show struggles as they just simply don’t have a great offense and their offensive coordinator doesn’t do a great job of running plays to help Justin fields.

Chicago will still be able to score 20 points but it’s not going to be enough to walk away with the victory.

2. Half-time lead

The Bears are going to come out on this one hot while the Vikings are usually slow starters. They’re going to have a touchdown lead at halftime but that’s going to be quickly erased as the game is going to be tied up early in the third quarter and be close until the end of the game. If they want a chance to win, they’re going to need to come out firing because the Vikings will win easily if they don’t.

1. Lose on a late field goal

It seems like the Vikings are either kicking a game-winning field goal, or losing on a last-minute field goal.
Chicago is going to lose this game 24-10, but it’s not necessarily a bad thing that this team is losing because they are going to want to secure a high draft pick for the draft.