Mitchell Trubisky had to leave the game as he faced injury on his left shoulder at the first series so that Chicago Bears quarterback player William Chase Daniel went on for 195 yards. This Sunday, Chicago Bears subjugated NFL runner leader Dalvin Cook and they made victory of 16-6 on the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field in Chicago. At Soldier Field, the defending North champions of the National Conference avoided a 0-2 start, they won division rival contest after losing against Green Bay Packers in the first match of the campaign but they lost their quarterback just after the initial kick.
Trubisky, after being knocked down by Danielle Hunter, he suffered injury on his left arm. Mitchell Trubisky was second overall pick in the 2017 draft.
Anthony Harris was charged for penalty which cancelled the play.
Trubisky went to the band and minutes then he went the dressing room.
Daniel arrived and found Tarik Cohen for a 10-yard touchdown that completed a series of 14 plays. The 10-season veteran completed 22 of 30 shipments.
All the rest part was done by the kicker of the Cuban-Nicaraguan Bears Eddy Piñeiro and returned to be the protagonist by upholding the first home victory by transforming three field goals of 25, 38 and 30 yards, scoring 9 of the 16 points of the team.
Allen Robinson done with seven receptions for 77 yards. Nick Williams caught twice, on the other hand Khalil Mack and Roy Robertson-Harris added 1.5 each. At each first three games of campaign, the Bears (3-1) limited Cook to 35 yards in 14 attempts after he surpassed 110, besides Akiem Hicks and linebacker Roquan Smith were not there as they were absent from the match, for a knee injury and personal reasons, respectively. Chicago made its third victory and dominated possession time (35:27 to 24:33).