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Chicago Bears vs New York Jets: Game Time, TV Schedule, Radio, Online Streaming and More

The Bears' tour of prime time continues as they look to head to 2-1 with a victory over the New York Jets. How can you enjoy the game?

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For three quarters, the Bears didn't play well offensively and let the game against the Niners nearly get out of hand. The defense, however, put their foot down, and the offense took advantage of two short fields in the fourth quarter to add fourteen points and take the lead, and eventually, the win. They now sit at 1-1.

Now, they head to Monday Night Football and take on the Jets in New Jersey. Here's how you can watch it:

Game Time: Monday, September 22, 8:20 PM ET / 7:20 PM CT

Location: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

TV: Monday Night Football gets the ESPN Monday Night Football crew of Mike Tirico and "That Guy" Jon Gruden. The entirety of Sunday can be found here at the506. Looks like I get Indy/Jacksonville on CBS early, followed by Denver and Seattle; and on FOX I get Green Bay and Detroit. Hmm, I wonder which I'll watch.

Radio: The Bears radio call can be heard over on WBBM 780, and their audio is streamed on the 780 web site.

Online Streaming: NOT A THING. We don't condone illegal streams. Here's an article that has some ideas for you.

Other Online Streaming: The WCG Sunday Livestream will add a Monday addition this week. I'll be live for an hour or so on Sunday morning; on Monday, Sam and I will have another hour to ninety minutes of Bears/Jets content for you.

Odds: The Jets opened favored by 1.5. For more, here's the full SBN odds page.

Pick: And as usual, back to square no-damn-idea. I'll go 23-20, Bears

The Enemy: Gang Green Nation is the SBN site covering all things New York Jets and doing a great job of it. Kev will have Five Questions with them at some point this weekend. On Twitter, they're at @GangGreenNation.

What about watching with you guys?: If you want to follow us for whatever insight we offer, there'll be the game threads to socialize with other Bears fans. On the Twitter, we can be found at @WindyCGridiron, @Kev_WCG, @SJS_illini, and @wiltfongjr.

Next Week: The Bears have their first divisional matchup of the year with the Green Bay Packers coming to Soldier Field.