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Dan Wiederer: Soldier Field hasn't seen this much fun in years as Bears ace prime-time test

The exclamation point came with 8 minutes, 30 seconds remaining Sunday night, with the Bears still trying to seal a game they so completely controlled.

The Vikings were hanging around, though, down only eight points and with the ball.

The Bears defense knew what was needed. More precisely, safety Eddie Jackson knew where he needed to be. On first down from deep within Vikings territory, quarterback Kirk Cousins fired a pass toward Laquon Treadwell, who was breaking to the right sideline. But Jackson reacted before the throw was away, exploding toward Treadwell

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