Bears vs. Ravens: NFL Week 6 TV Schedule, Radio, Live Stream: Where to Watch

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Complete game details for the Week 6 match-up between the Chicago Bears and the Baltimore Ravens.

The Chicago Bears are 1-4, but with quarterback Mitch Trubisky starting, the games for the rest of the season will be exciting. I am looking forward to watching Trubisky develop, as the season moves forward. Maybe Trubisky could even take the Chicago Bears on a little winning streak. You never know.

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This week, they will travel to Baltimore to face the Ravens. The Ravens are 3-2, but they are certainly beatable. Blake Bortles threw four touchdowns against them, in Week 3. Trubisky is more talented than Bortles, but the Jaguars QB is, obviously, more experienced. Will the veteran secondary of the Ravens be able to bait Trubisky into forcing passes that lead to interceptions?

That is what happened last week against the Vikings. Safety Harrison Smith wanted Trubisky to think he had an opening, but he did not.

Trubisky throwing interceptions is bound to happen, guys. Hopefully, they occur more sparingly as the season progresses, but that is just the nature of starting a rookie quarterback. To help Trubisky, offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains should give the ball more to Jordan Howard. He only had 19 carries, last week. I would like to see Howard get 25 carries, this week.

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On defense, middle linebacker Danny Trevathan returns from his suspension. Hopefully, his presence will motivate these players to start creating turnovers. Ravens’ quarterback has thrown four touchdowns and six interceptions. He will certainly give the Chicago Bears opportunities to intercept passes. The question is- can they catch the ball? Last week, safety Adrian Amos and linebacker Christian Jones dropped interceptions.

Game Details

Date: Sunday, October 15th, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm CT
Location: Baltimore, MD
Venue: M&T Bank Stadium
TV Channel: CBS
Radio: WBBM 780 AM and 105.9 FM (Chicago)

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If Trubisky and the Chicago Bears are able to get a victory this Sunday in a hostile environment, then it will definitely be a step forward. It would provide us fans with even more hope for the future of this franchise with Trubisky leading it.