Vikings coach Mike Zimmer has complained in the past about the clocks at Soldier Field in Chicago, and after Monday night’s game he held his tongue before complaining again.
The Bears scored a meaningless touchdown on the final play of their 17-9 loss to the Vikings, but Zimmer appeared to think the clock should have expired before that final play. Instead, the clock stopped with 0:01 remaining on the next-to-last play, giving the Bears one final play, which they used to throw a touchdown pass.
“It didn’t matter at that point. I thought the game should’ve been over on the play before. It was six seconds on the clock. But we won’t talk about the clocks in Chicago here anymore,” Zimmer said.