Jay Cutler, Percy Harvin, And Devin Hester Providing Bulk Of Bears-Vikings Highlights

In an ugly NFC North game featuring 12 penalties, four turnovers, and fewer than five yards per offensive play, Minnesota Vikings WR Percy Harvin and Chicago Bears WR Devin Hester have provided at least a few moments of grace. Harvin caught a 52-yard strike from Brett Favre late in the second, followed moments later by a 19-yard Hester touchdown scamper.

Hester’s kick return game has dazzled as well, running back one kick 68 yards up the right sideline and setting up a field goal attempt, because this is still an NFC North game.

Bears QB Jay Cutler has thrown three touchdowns, which will more than balance out his two interceptions in fantasy scoring. He hasn’t thrown three touchdowns since the Bears’ week two win over the Dallas Cowboys. He hasn’t thrown two interceptions since he threw four interceptions agains the Washington Redskins two weeks ago, so you were probably already prepared for that part.

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