Who is playing Monday Night Football?

There's a big-time NFC North showdown on the way

Minnesota Vikings v Denver Broncos
Minnesota Vikings v Denver Broncos / Dustin Bradford/GettyImages
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For NY Giants fans, they're still celebrating the close 10-7 win over the New England Patriots. Victory Monday for Big Blue? Thankfully, yes. If you're still looking to enjoy some more pigskin, look no further than the Monday Night Football battle that's on the way.

This time around, there's a fun meeting between the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears that will be featured in primetime. The Vikings are 6-5 on the year, while the Bears are at 3-8. With that said, which side will come out on top?

The Vikings and Bears will face off for Monday Night Football

The MNF tilt is set to be played at U.S. Bank Stadium, with Vikings fans hoping to cause issues for Chicago signal-caller Justin Fields. Giants fans are quite familiar with U.S. Bank Stadium - remember when the G-Men and Daniel Jones posted an upset win there in the NFC Wild Card Round? Sure you do.

This time around, Vikings quarterback Joshua Dobbs will hope to keep the good vibes rolling. Dobbs is a fantastic story, as the journeyman quarterback was acquired from the Cardinals shortly after Kirk Cousins went down with his season-ending injury.

Dobbs has looked sharp whenever he's been on the field and people in Minnesota are hoping he can not only power this team to a big win over Chicago, but also to a trip to the postseason. With a win, the Vikings would improve to 7-5 and no question be in a good spot to reach the playoffs.

Meanwhile for the Bears, Fields is back after missing a large chunk of the season. He's the kind of player who can hurt you with his strong arm, but also his impressive wheels. We'll find out soon enough if Fields can lead Chicago to a win, or if Dobbs will be the one celebrating after the final whistle.

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