Cousins: Vikings will have 'sense of urgency' after loss to Bears

Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen pressures Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky in last year's finale. | Jim Mone AP

Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen pressures Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky in last year's finale. | Jim Mone AP

He's come away 0-for-3.

Bears kicker Cody Parkey broke his streak of hitting uprights on field goal attempts on the Bears' first drive Sunday night at Soldier Field.

Entering Week 11 of the 2018 NFL season, the Minnesota Vikings were in a position to take over control of the NFC North if they can defeat the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday Night Football.

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Bears safety Eddie Jackson had a 27-yard interception return for a touchdown, safety Adrian Amos also intercepted Cousins and outside linebacker Khalil Mack forced and recovered a fumble. One of the picks came with the Vikings down just eight points in the fourth quarter.

"I think with the coverage the ball really should have gone to Stefon in the flat", Cousins said. Playing fast in the moment I felt like the DB was squatting, but he wasn't. A handful of designed and freelance runs by the Chicago quarterback helped the Bears score 14 unanswered points before halftime. He threw two touchdowns in the final 4:51 and got intercepted two times. But more than anything, the fact that these mistakes - especially turnovers in the red zone - keep happening are "definitely" a cause for concern for Zimmer. He was routinely pressured and sacked twice and Cook finished the game with nine rushes for 12 yards.

Tight end Adam Shaheen is active for Chicago after missing the first part of the season with a foot injury.

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Head coach Mike Zimmer wasn't happy about it, saying after the game that the Vikings didn't heed any of his warnings.

"Either they are not listening or they are not paying attention or they really don't care", Zimmer said. "So we'll have to find out which one of the three that it is".

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