(WNFL) - The Detroit Lions still lead the N-F-C North Division after second-place Chicago lost at Minnesota yesterday, 23-to-20 in overtime. The Lions after 7-and-5. Chicago dropped to 6-and-6. Green Bay remains third at 5-6-and-1. Minnesota's win improved the last-place Vikings to 3-8-and-1.Blair Walsh made a 34-yard field goal with 1:43 left in the overtime. Adrian Peterson ran for 211 yards without scoring. He became the third-fastest player in N-F-L history to surpass 10-thousand career rushing yards. Vikings' quarterback Christian Ponder left late in the first half with a concussion. Josh McCown threw for 355 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Alshon Jeffery, who broke his own Bears' record with 249 receiving yards. The Bears have dropped two straight.
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