Minnesota Vikings (2-2-0) will play the Chicago Bears (3-1-1) Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
CT on ESPN.
The Vikings will be looking to end a three-game losing streak when they host the Bears at the Target Field on Sunday.
The Vikings’ last game was a 37-16 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sept. 22, and the Bears are now 4-0 at home with a win over the Minnesota Vikings.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer (left) speaks during a press conference ahead of their game with the Chicago Bulls on Nov. 22.AP Photo/Charlie RiedelMinnesota Vikings coach Mike Zampese spoke with reporters after the Bears’ game against the Packers on Sunday night.
He said the Vikings are playing “well” and “expect to win” when they take on the Bears on Sunday, but he added, “we’ve got to keep winning games.
It’s going to be a great rivalry game.”
The Vikings have won three straight in the series, and Zampes confidence that they will do so again is growing.
“We’re looking forward to the opportunity to win a game here,” Zampesh said.
“I think that we’ve been very consistent over the last four years and it’s going be a huge game for us.
We’re looking for a great victory.
We’ve been winning games.”
Minnesota Vikings players, coaches and players-in-waiting are scheduled to appear on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” Monday to discuss the matchup.
“The Vikings are a very good team,” Colbert said on “Colbert Report.”
“They’ve got great depth at different spots.
They’ve got an excellent defensive line, and they’ve got some really good offensive linemen.
I think this is going to bring us some success.
They’re also a very talented team, and I’m sure they’re going to have some fun in this game.”