What happened last night on Monday night football is something no one saw coming, the 1-6 Bears who at many times this year have looked like the worst team in the NFL, beat the 5-1 Vikings soundly. What the Bears did to the Vikings is what everyone thought the Vikings were going to do to the Bears, dominate on the defensive side of the ball, and let a balanced offense lead long methodical drives down the field to continuously put points on the board. The final score was only 20-10, but the Vikings defense did a lot of bending not breaking to keep the Bears score lower than it should've been, the thing is the Vikings defense hasn't been bending at all this year before this game, so a performance like this against a team like the Bears should definitley get Vikings fans a little worried. Vikings defense allowed 400 yards for the first time this year, the two times they've allowed over 20 points which has been their last two games the Vikings have lost, and they allowed a rusher to have over 100 yards on them for the first time this season. Looks like this Vikings defense is very penetrable after all since they just got exposed by a very mediocre offense with limited weapons. The Vikings offenses woes continued this week, actually they got even worse, and if this continues the Vikings are going to blow their chances at winning the division. It all starts with how poor the offensive line is playing, they got absolutely no push in the running game last night, the fact that Matt Asiata was able to get 42 yards on the ground actually surprised me since he had no where to go all night. In pass protection the offensive line might've been worse, Bradford was sacked 5 times and was being chased down all night. If he continues to take this kind of beating he will not be under center much longer, we all know how fragile Bradford is from his St.Louis days. Vikings still had some oppurtunities to make plays despite their offensive line being annihilated by the Bears defensive front, early in the game Bradford had Stefon Diggs wide open deep down the field, and he over throws him on a ball I think Diggs should've caught since it hit his fingertips, but regardless of whose fault it was that play should've gone for a touchdown. It's misexecution like that can just kill your team's confidence in a game like this where you're already struggling enough in other areas. Jay Cutler played like a man playing for a future in the NFL last night, probably because he is, but he should always have that attitude from here on out because it seemed to work against a very good defense. I don't know how the Bears did it but they pulled off a huge upset, they also did the Packers a huge favor by keeping their division hopes within reasonable reach, and now the Vikings have a stretch of tough games coming up that could make or break their season.