Who plays Monday Night football tonight, Week 15? Games, times, TV
The Chicago Bears play host to Minnesota as they close out the action on Week 15 of the NFL. The Vikings will try to stand out from the pack of 6-7 teams.
The Chicago Bears welcome the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football at Soldier Field Stadium. Both teams are in the middle of the NFC North Standings as they wrap up Week 15 of the regular NFL season.
The Vikings are tied record-wise for the final NFC wild-card spot, and are trying to stand out from the rest of the five “6-7” teams in the NFC playoff picture. After a narrow 36-28 escape win against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday and a 10-day break, Minnesota and Kirk Cousins are ready to duke it out under the Chicago skies.
Cousins has been putting up a great performance for the Vikings throughout the 2021 season, joining Aaron Rodgers as the only two quarterbacks with at least 27 touchdown passes and five or fewer interceptions.
The Chicago Bears (4-9) are fighting for a different goal, team morale. Even though they’ve had their best game of the season against the Packers last week with Justin Fields throwing for 224 yards, two TDs and interceptions, the Bears have lost seven of their last eight games.
A victory for Chicago would rekindle whatever hope they have left in the locker room as they’ve also been dealing with several injured players, and more than a dozen others on the covid-19 list, including all three coordinators.
The recent covid-19 outbreak resulted in the postponement of three NFL games this week, the Washington Football Team vs Philadelphia Eagles, Las Vegas Raiders vs Cleveland Browns and the Seattle Seahawks vs Los Angeles Rams.