Here’s what Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater did in 11 plays covering the final 4 minutes, 55 seconds of Sunday’s 23-20 win at Chicago:

Pass attempts: 7.

Completions: 6 to three different targets.

Yards: 102.

First downs: 2.

Touchdowns: 1.

Total points: 10.

And, oh yeah, he also ran 19 yards for a first down when a seven-yard sack made it second-and-17.

Today, Bridgewater was asked about the confidence and efficiency of the offense at the end of the Bears game.  So what’s up with that, Teddy?

“We’re very comfortable in those situations and it showed,” Bridgewater said. “The guys were very composed. The guys had that look in their eye that they were going to go down there and score a touchdown and win the football game. And we did exactly that.”

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