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

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Complete game details for the Week 10 match-up between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers.

On Sunday, the Chicago Bears will either reach a turning point of their season, or it will be more of the same disappointment. The second half of the schedule is a lot softer compared to the first half. A win on Sunday would show promise for the rest of the season.

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The Chicago Bears are favored to win the game by five points. This is the first time that they have been favored against the Packers, since 2008. On the flip side, in the two and a half years that John Fox has been the head coach of the Chicago Bears, the team is 0-5 in games that they are favored to win.

This is a game the Chicago Bears should win. Packers’ quarterback Brett Hundley has not looked good. Now, he is on the road facing a very good Chicago Bears’ defense.

The defense will need to continue its dominant play, which includes being prepared for the read-option from Hundley. The unit will likely be without middle linebacker Danny Trevathan, who has a calf injury. Hopefully, he will be able to play against the Lions. Until then, it will likely be up to Nick Kwiatkoski and Christian Jones to run the defense.

Offensively, Jordan Howard will need to be the focal part of the offense, but there needs to be much more of a balance. New wide receiver Dontrelle Inman will play, which will help. In addition, receiver Markus Wheaton is healthy enough to play, again.

Now that tight end Zach Miller is hurt and Dion Sims is sick, fellow tight ends Adam Shaheen and Daniel Brown could be bigger parts of the offense against the Packers.

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Game Details

Date: Sunday, November 12th, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm CT
Location: Chicago, IL
Venue: Soldier Field
TV Channel: Fox
Radio: WBBM 780 AM and 105.9 FM (Chicago)

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We will soon find out what transpires on the field on Sunday against the Packers. Hopefully, the team plays well in all three phases, which will propel the the Chicago Bears to a 4-5 record.