Bears/Packers week is always a unique beast of its own. It's one of those games that no matter what the stats say should happen, or what the teams' records say should happen, anything can happen. See, for instance, last year's Week 17.
This year, the records show a Bears team at 2-1 and a Packers team sputtering at 1-2. But at Week 4 in the season, do the Bears cement themselves as an NFC North contender, or is this the week the Packers put something together and call reports of their demise greatly exaggerated?
More importantly, how can you follow the action tomorrow afternoon?
Game Time: Sunday, September 28, 1:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM CT
Location: Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
TV: The game's on FOX, not covered by Joe Buck - actually, the broadcast crew is Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch. Alternatively, my area could watch Jacksonville and San Diego - but who would want to do THAT? Here's the 506 maps if you want to watch something else later in the day.
Radio: The Bears' radio call can be heard over on WBBM 780, and their audio is streamed on the 780 web site.
Online Streaming: We don't condone illegal streaming. Here's an article from 2013 that has some ideas for you.
Other Online Streaming: The WCG Sunday Livestream returns tomorrow morning with a couple hours of Bears/Packers pre-game talk between myself and Sam Householder. We'll go live at 9:30 AM CT.
Odds: The Bears opened as 1.5 point favorites. For more, here's the full SBN odds page.
Pick: Neither team looks completely in gear yet, so for now, I'll take the Bears, because why not - 27-21.
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 travel to Carolina to take on the Panthers.
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