The Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears combined for zero points in the third quarter, meaning that we're still looking at a 14-13 Chicago lead as we move to the fourth quarter of play.
However, that doesn't mean the fourth quarter has been without action, as Jared Allen has gone wild in the second half, as he is now up to 3.5 sacks in the game and 22 for the season. Those 22 sacks put him in possession of the Vikings' single-season sack record, breaking the record that had been held by Chris Doleman (who is in attendance today).
His 22 sacks are also the second-highest total in NFL history, and just .5 sacks behind Michael Strahan's single-season record of 22.5* set in 2001.
But, as it stands now, the Vikings are still trailing the Bears by a score of 14-13 as we go into the final quarter of the Minnesota Vikings' 2011 season.
Come on in, folks. . .the party is right here!