The Bears lost 28-17 on Thursday night to the Vikings, who scored a season-high 45 points to go up 24-10 early in the second quarter.
Chicago’s offense was unable to capitalize on the Vikings’ early offensive onslaught, and the Bears fell behind 24-0 in the third quarter when wide receiver Davante Adams fumbled on a long gain and was stripped by Minnesota safety Michael Brockers.
It was the Bears first turnover of the season, and they finished with only 14 points in the game.
The Bears are 0-3 on the season and are 0 1-4 in the postseason.
Minnesota has allowed a franchise-high seven touchdown passes and seven interceptions this season.