The Chicago Bears beat the Kansas City Chiefs last October in a stunning 4th quarter upset, on the road at Arrowhead Stadium, which proved to be one of the Bears finest moments of 2015. Of course, the Chiefs went on to make the divisional playoffs while the Bears season ended after game #16, but it was nonetheless a statement made by John Fox and company that the Bears could compete with anyone.
Fast-forward to 2016, and the two teams will face off in preseason this time around, with starters from both sides expected to play at least one full half of football, if not well into the 3rd quarter. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler should have his head on a swivel, though, as the offensive line will have their hands full keeping pace with a ferocious Kansas City defensive line, and Jeremy Langford, Alshon Jeffery, and Kevin White should all be looking to have a breakout game.
Here is everything you need to know about the Bears vs Chiefs game.
DATE AND TIME: Saturday, August 27th, 12:00pm CT
LOCATION: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
TV CHANNELS: NFL Network, and locally at: WFLD (FOX/32 - Chicago) - KTVI (FOX/2 - St. Louis) - WIFR (CBS/23 - Rockford) - WYZZ (FOX/43 - Peoria) - WRSP (FOX-55/27 - Springfield/Champaign) - WGEM (FOX/10.2 - Quincy IL) - WSBT (FOX/22.2 - South Bend IN)
STREAMING: NFL Game Pass
SB NATION CHIEFS SITE: Arrowhead Pride
ANNOUNCERS: Sam Rosen and Jim Miller