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Vikings at Bears | The Final Score

Vikings WIN!, Vikings WIN! The Vikings won with a final score of Minnesota Vikings 29, the Chicago Bears 13. The day kicked off with the majority of starters playing the first half and then getting rest later in the game. The backups came in and got some meaningful reps. This is a smart way to prepare to head into the playoffs with a 13-4 record. SKOL!

On the Final Score today…

It is the final game of the regular season and your Minnesota Vikings are looking for their 13th win. Will they get it? Absolutely! They started out with a 16-6 lead at the half which could’ve been a lot more if it weren’t for a couple of key mistakes. Justin Jefferson went over 1,800 yards for the season. In the second half, starting players have been pulled and backups are getting some playing time. We are seeing the likes of Venderian Lowe and Kyle Hinton in for Christian Darrisaw and Ezra Cleveland. Keen Nwangwu gets some RB snaps and even Jalen Reagor caught a pass so far and 2 total. At the end of 3 quarters, the Vikings lead still by 10 points, 23-13. Will they keep pressing to get the W? They did with the backups even. Joseph then hits a 53-yarder to make it 26-13. What are your thoughts on the game so far? They won! Do you like that the Purple by defeating the Chicago Bears, is keeping the heat on the 49ers? Yes. The #3 seed in the NFC playoffs is a lock, but the #2? Maybe? We will see.

All these questions, and more as we react at the end of the game, in the final two minutes, with Climbing The Pocket’s ‘The Final Score.’ Join us and share your frustrations and celebrations.

1) Highlights

2) Lowlights

3) Speed round and your questions

4) What’s ahead

The Final Score [the name for CTP’s Postgame show] is here. There are 4 regulars and the occasional guest. The focus will be on you the fan, and how you felt the team did—hopefully racking up the wins in the regular season. On today’s show, we have Jonas, Jason, Matt, and Dave riding live with you in the final two minutes. Did you like what you saw?