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Chicago Bears at Washington Redskins: Game time, TV schedule, channel, online streaming, injuries and more

The Bears have one more opponent before the bye, a 1-4 Washington Redskins team that is still waiting for their quarterback to return to full form. It's a big one on the schedule, and the Bears could use a win going into the buy.

Sit down, son.
Sit down, son.
Tom Pennington

Seriously, though, the NFC East is completely terrible, right? The Bears face back to back NFCE opponents, taking on a Redskins team that just lost a stinker to their divisional counterparts, the Dallas Cowboys. Robert Griffin the III still doesn't look at peak capacity, and as a team they're giving up nearly 29 points per game.

The Bears could use this game in a big bad way. Common conference opponent, on the road, to hit the bye at 5-2?  Yes, please. Green Bay and Detroit have both already beaten this team, and quite frankly it'd be kind of sad not to do the same.

Game time: 1 ET/12 CT

Location: FedEx Field, Prince George's County, Maryland

TV: It's a Fox regional.  Check the506.com maps to see if you're getting it.

TV Announcers: Kenny Albert, the appropriately attired Daryl Johnston, and the End Zone yeller, Mr. Tony Siragusa

Radio: WBBM 780AM | WLEY (Español)

Streaming: NFL live streaming isn't super-easy. We don't support illegal streams. Here's an article of ideas for you.

Odds: Bears a late 1 pt favorite, which on the road, yeah, whatever. They better win this game.

NFL.com Preview: Right over here.

InjuriesCheck out Lester's injury report.

Behind Enemy Lines: SBNation's wonderful Hogs Haven, who're doing great work covering their team.

Coming up next time: BYE WEEK, and then the Packers. Oh boy oh boy oh boy.