Minnesota Vikings vs Chicago Bears
ABOUT THE VIKINGS (2-2): Signed to a three-year, $15 million arrangement, Latavius Murray gets himself push into the lead-back part in the wake of seeing Cook leave following his non-contact damage. Murray, who hurried seven times for 21 yards after the tenderfoot left, conceded for the current week that his lower leg isn’t 100 percent following offseason surgery. While Minnesota lost one effect player, it will see the arrival of another as Michael Floyd has served his four-diversion suspension for damaging the NFL’s substance mishandle arrangement. “I’m quite recently going to be forceful,” the 6-foot-3, 220-pound Floyd said. “I’m a forceful player. I will go out there and make plays. That is exactly what I do. That is in me, and that is never going to stop.”
ABOUT THE BEARS (1-3): Chicago keeps on depending vigorously on its backfield, with Jordan Howard moving up four hurrying touchdowns while expedient Tarik Cohen positions fourth among new kids on the block with 331 yards from scrimmage and leads all NFL running backs with 24 gatherings. Howard cut Minnesota’s safeguard in the two experiences last season, moving up 202 yards from scrimmage in a 20-10 win on Oct. 31 and including 135 yards surging in the finale. Cohen has 10 a greater number of gatherings than Kendall Wright, who drives a beat up wideout corps with 154 yards accepting. Tight end Zach Miller has been constrained to only three gets on five focuses in the last two diversions in the wake of reeling in 10 gatherings in the initial two.