VIDEO: Dane Sanzenbacher Holds On To Touchdown, Extends Chicago's Lead Over Vikings

Dane Sanzenbacher probably won't ever become a household name as an also-ran receiving option for the Chicago Bears. He has proven to be one of the team's better offensive threats this season, however, with catches like the one on Sunday Night Football that put his team up 23-3 over the Minnesota Vikings.

Sanzenbacher, an undrafted free agent out of Ohio State, caught a 13-yard bullet from quarterback Jay Cutler amid solid defense from the Vikings defensive secondary. Jamarca Sanford nearly knocked the ball out of his hands, but Sanzenbacher held on to extend his team's lead.


The Bears offense has looked excellent up to this point against what has shown to be a porous Vikings defense. All of that could change, however, as this might be the game that the Vikings decide to play hard in the second half rather than the first.

For more on the Bears head over to Windy City Gridiron. For more on the Vikings, check out Daily Norseman. Follow the rest of Week 6 at SB Nation NFL.

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