Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears
If the Vikings’ game plan is to run the ball on the Bears, they’d be wrong. With just 825 rushing yards on the season, the 28th-ranked Vikings do not run the ball well, while the Bears, have given up the second-least amount of yards with 756. They’ve also given up the two rushing touchdowns. What does this mean? Lots of throws for Cousins, which honestly, is not a bad thing. The Bears have surrendered multiple touchdowns to quarterbacks all but three of their games. Cousins also gets Stefon Diggs back, which is a big plus for the offense. Now he might be forced to throw where he shouldn’t at times, but if you. can deal with a few risky plays with Cousins, this is a game where we are going to see both quarterbacks throwing.