Game Recap: Bears lose season finale to Vikings 23-10

Prediction Will Mitchell Trubisky end his 2017 season on a high note

Bears coaching search to focus on offensive specialists to help develop Trubisky

Let's discuss the good and bad things from the Week 17 game between the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears starting with the positives! The Vikings increased their lead to 16-7 when Mitchell Trubisky was penalized for intentional grounding in the end zone while under heavy pressure from defensive tackle Linval Joseph. It would be a major shock at this point if Fox did return to be the Bears' coach, and this 14-33 stretch with one game to go could be his last go-around as a head coach in the NFL.

The Bears will finish in the cellar of the NFC North for the third consecutive season under Fox, who was hired by the team in January 2015 after a four-year stint as the Denver Broncos' coach.

The regular season finale has arrived for the NFL.

On a fourth-and-nine punt by the Vikings' Ryan Quigley, Cohen faked receiving the punt - drawing Vikings' defenders toward him - when the ball in fact was going toward Callahan on the other side of the field. Adam Thielen had six catches for 61 yards and finished with 91 receptions for 1,276 yards for the season, finishing seventh and ninth in team history.

Line shuffle: Vikings quarterback Case Keenum took his share of hits and never quite found the rhythm in the passing attack he was able to establish in most of his starts this season, behind an offensive line that has shown some wear down the stretch as the injury list has increased.

The Vikings will be without two starting offensive lineman on Sunday: center Pat Elflein and left guard Nick Easton.

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