The Vikings kept bringing the heat, and Mitch Trubisky kept beating it.
Minnesota was playing for everything in Week 17 and all they needed was a stop and a score. They brought the heat and Trubisky dissected them, despite playing without his top three wide receivers.
After a Vikings touchdown made the score 13-10, the Bears young QB took over.
Third and five, the QB runs for 12.
Third-and-six, Javon Wims for 16.
Third-and-six again, Burton for nine.
Third-and-seven, Wims for nine and a first down at the eight.
Two plays later, Cohen runs in a touchdown before Trubisky drills a pass into the chest of linebacker Nick Kwiatkowski for the two-point conversion.
Trubisky’s 2018 season has been dissected over and over and those doing the dissecting have always been able to find enough evidence to come to their pre-reached conclusion. The season was enough of a roller coaster for Trubisky that almost anybody can find evidence to prove any opinion correct. What isn’t debatable, however, is the mastery Trubisky showed at the end of the season, specifically that final regular season Sunday against one of the three best defenses in the league.