Chicago, IL (SportsNetwork.com) - Jay Cutler had three touchdown passes to lead the Chicago Bears in a 21-13 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in an NFC North battle. Cutler went 31-for-43 for 330 yards with two interceptions, while Brandon Marshall had two touchdown catches and Alshon Jeffery caught the other score for the Bears (4-6), who snapped a three-game losing streak. Matt Forte totaled 117 yards on 26 carries and added six catches for 58 yards for Chicago, which had lost by a combined 82 points during the three-game skid. Teddy Bridgewater went 18-for-28 for 158 yards with a touchdown and an interception for the Vikings (4-6), who came into the game off their bye week after winning two straight. Minnesota started the game with the ball and got on the board as Blair Walsh booted a 50-yarder between the uprights for a 3-0 lead just over three and a half minutes in. Chicago went on a long march of its own and Robbie Gould lined up for a 47- yard field goal attempt, but he missed it to the right. The Vikings took advantage of the short field to get in the end zone as Bridgewater found Rhett Ellison in the end zone from seven yards out for a 10-0 lead. The previous play saw Andrew Sendejo take a carry 48 yards. Chicago responded to get on the scoreboard as Cutler went deep over the middle and Jeffery came down with the ball for a 27-yard score and a 10-7 game two minutes into the second. Later in the second, Chicago went on top as Cutler went deep down the right side and Marshall came down with the ball for a 44-yard score and a 14-10 lead with 2:49 to play in the first half. Chicago began the second half with the ball and eventually wound up with a 1st-and-goal at the 8. However, the team came away empty as Cutler was stopped on a sneak on fourth down from the 1. Cutler was then picked off on his next touch, but the Vikings came away empty as Walsh missed a 38-yard field goal attempt to the right. The Bears then went on a 7 1/2 minute drive that saw the team got 72 yards on 16 plays with Cutler finishing it off on a pass to Marshall for a 4-yard score and a 21-10 lead with 8:51 to play. Forte converted a pair of 4th-and-1 plays with 2-yard runs. Minnesota came back with a 26-yard field goal from Walsh to make it a 21-13 game with 4:04 to play. Forcing a punt from Chicago, the Vikings got the ball back at their own 34 with just over two minutes to play, but Bridgewater was picked off and Cutler took a knee to end the game. Game Notes Marshall had seven catches for 90 yards and Jeffery 11 grabs for 135 yards ... The Bears controlled the ball for close to 39 minutes ... Chicago hosts Tampa Bay next week ... Minnesota hosts Green Bay next week ... Charles Johnson had six catches for 87 yards to lead all Minnesota receivers. Hydro Flask Sale Uk . 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Umberger and Curtis McElhinney posted his first shutout since 2011 in a 4-0 victory on Friday night.SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. - Winnipegs Reid Carruthers and Glenn Howard of Penetanguishene, Ont., won their final draws of the day on Friday to finish round-robin play with unbeaten records at the Grand Slam of Curling. Carruthers improved to 5-0 with a commanding 9-2 win over previously unbeaten Brendan Bottcher of Edmonton in the next to last round-robin draw while Howard beat Calgarys Matthew Blandford 5-2 in the last draw.Carruthers struggled a little, just claiming a single with the hammer in the first end. But he took a 4-0 lead when Bottcher missed a nose hit for two in the second end, removed his own counter and lost his shooter to give up a steal of three. Carruthers then stole another two in the third end to make it 6-0.Bottcher finally put a deuce on the board in the fourth end.Carruthers is a Brier winner and world champion as second with Manitobas Jeff Stoughton, but hasnt skipped much since juniors. He struck out on his own when the Stoughton rink disbanded.Bottcher (4-1) is the 2012 World Junior curling champ and has had limited success at World Curling Tour events since he started with a win at the 2012 Red Deer Curling Classic. In last seasons National in March he finished 1-4.Bottchers lead is Karrick Martin, son of Alberta curling legend Kevin Martin, who has put down his broom and picked up a microphone as a currling broadcaster with Sportsnet — which gave him a front-row seat Friday to watch his son in action.ddddddddddddHoward (5-0), meanwhile, scored single points in the first, second, fourth, fifth and seventh ends en route to victory.In other late games, John Morris (3-2) of Calgary scored five points in the fifth end to top Winnipegs Jeff Stoughton (2-3), 7-4.Brad Gushue (2-3) of St. Johns N.L., had a single point in the ninth end to get past Calgarys Kevin Koe (2-3), 4-3.Olympic champion and hometown favourite Brad Jacobs (3-2) of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., scored two points in the first end and two more in the seventh in a 5-2 victory over Torontos John Epping (3-2). And Switzerlands Peter de Cruz (2-3) downed Rob Rumfeldt (0-5) of Guelph, Ont., 7-2 in six ends.In other afternoon games, Charlottetowns Adam Casey (2-3) beat Mark Kean (1-4) of Stoney Creek, Ont., 9-2 in six ends. Casey trailed 2-1 after three ends before responding with a pick up of three in the fourth and fifth ends and two more in the sixth to seal the win.Heath McCormick (3-2), of Blaine, Minn., got past Stoughton in seven ends 7-4.Saskatoons Steve Laycock (3-2) picked up four in the seventh end for a 9-5 victory over Winnipegs Mike McEwen (3-2). And Jacobs grabbed a single in the seventh end and one more in the eighth to slip past Blandford 4-3. ' ' '