Chicago Bears vs. Panthers: TV schedule, radio, live stream

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Complete game details for the Week 7 match-up between the Chicago Bears and the Carolina Panthers.

After defeating the Baltimore Ravens 27-24 in overtime, the Chicago Bears will now play the 4-2 Carolina Panthers at Soldier Field. It was a really good win for the Chicago bears, despite blowing a 17-3 lead in the game. The Chicago Bears are three-point underdogs, and a win could really propel their season into playoff talk (considering Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone.)

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The Panthers are a better team than the Ravens, so it will be a tough test for the Chicago Bears. I feel like quarterback Mitch Trubisky will have to throw more than the 16 times that he did against the Ravens. If the Panthers are able to contain running back Jordan Howard, will head coach John Fox open it up more for Trubisky?

The defense will need to step-up, like they did against the Ravens, if the Bears want to get the win. Cornerbacks Kyle Fuller and Prince Amukamara will face the challenge of defending Panthers’ receivers Devin Funchess and Kelvin Benjamin.

Not only does the defense have to worry about Panthers’ quarterback Cam Newton throwing to them, but they have to be alert of Newton’s ability to run.

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Speaking of running, swiss-army knife Christian McCaffrey will be a tough match-up. The good news is that middle linebacker Danny Trevathan is playing well, and he may be re-joined by Nick Kwiatkoski, who has not played since week two, due to a pectoral injury.

Game Details

Date: Sunday, October 22nd, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm CT
Location: Chicago, IL
Venue: Soldier Field
TV Channel: CBS
Radio: WBBM 780 AM and 105.9 FM (Chicago)

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It should be an exciting game, and it will be interesting to see if this Bears team can win back-to-back games for the first time since 2015. Too many times have we seen the Chicago Bears take two steps back, after taking a step forward.