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Chicago Bears vs St. Louis Rams: Game time, TV channel, location, odds, online streaming and more

The Bears make the 300 mile trek down I-55 to take on the NFC West St. Louis Rams. The only time you would ever say that Chicago is 5 hours from the west coast.

The spawn of this man will play in this game.
The spawn of this man will play in this game.
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[Editor's note: Schweickert is going to St. Louis. If the Bears lose, it would only be natural for you to blame it on him and not a distinct lack of tackling.]

The Bears find themselves tied with the technically first-place Detroit Lions going into this game. A Bears win coupled with a Lions loss to the Buccaneers (Look, it's possible, ok?) would give the Bears sole possession of first place in the NFC North with only 5 games left.

The Rams are also playing with their backup quarterback. Clemens, who has played all right, I guess, will try to lead against a Bears defense that may have rediscovered a pass rush.

Also, I think some brothers are going to be on the field at the same time for opposing teams. Luckily, nobody has been talking about that.

Here's your TV info, etc, for Week 12:

Game time: 1pm ET/12pm CT

Location: Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, IL

TV: FOX, if you live in or around Illinois, Indiana, or Missouri. Otherwise, you should probably get Sunday Ticket or go to a bar or something, because you're not seeing this ish otherwise. Check the506 to know for sure.

TV Announcers: Albert, Johnston, Siragusa (I KNOW, I AM SORRY!)

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: I guess, technically, you could argue that this is even, but since the Rams are getting points for being at home, Go Bears! Preview: Here's the preview.

Injuries: Check out Lester's injury report HERE.

Behind Enemy Lines: The folks at Turf Show Times do a fine job covering the Rams.

Coming up next time: The Bears head to Minnesota to take on the Vikings. A win there would be exceedingly helpful, as well.