Sep 29, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman looks on during the fourth quarter against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. The Lions won 40-32. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

New Orleans Saints vs Chicago Bears: Start Time, TV Info, Live Stream, and More

The Chicago Bears look to end the New Orleans Saints undefeated start to the 2013 regular season on Sunday.

For the Bears, their last game came on the road against the Detroit Lions. The Lions were able to put pressure on Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler and that forced Cutler into making mistakes. On offense, the Lions took advantage of the fact that the Bears’ defense operated from a nickel defense and that allowed for Lions’ running back Reggie Bush to have his way in the running game.

As for the Saints, the team moved their record to 4-0 after defeating the Miami Dolphins on Monday night. In that game, similar to what the Lions did to Cutler, the Saints’ put pressure on Dolphins’ quarterback Ryan Tannehill and forced Tannehill into making mistakes. On offense, the Saints’ dynamic passing game was too much for the Dolphins to handle.

The game between the Saints and Bears on Sunday figures to be an important one . For the Saints, this is the team’s first of two tough road games as the team plays the New England Patriots next week. For the Bears, this is the first time under head coach Marc Trestman that team is coming off a loss. Under Lovie Smith, the Bears generally were a good bounce-back team after a disappointing loss. Trestman’s team responded nicely in the second half of the Lions’ game and the hope is the team can take that moral victory with them into their game against the Saints.

The Bears and Saints is one of the prime games on Sunday, be sure not miss it; here is the essential information that you need to see this game.

Date: October 6

Location: Chicago, Illinois

Start Time: 12:00 PM

Radio Info: WBBM 780 AM

TV Info: Fox Chicago

Live Stream: NFL Game Rewind

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