Jared Allen: Bears wanted ball in Teddy Bridgewater’s hands

CHICAGO — A week of preparation and film study led the Bears to devise a defensive game plan centered around stopping the formidable Minnesota Vikings’ rushing attack and putting the onus to win the game on rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

Mission accomplished.

The 10th ranked rushing offense (119.3) heading into Week 11, the Vikings ran the ball for only 48 yards (Minnesota technically rushed for an additional 48 yards on a successful first half fake punt), while Bridgewater managed to pass for only 158 yards on 28 attempts in frigid conditions at Soldier Field.

via ESPN.com – NFL Nation http://ift.tt/1vg0Smq

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