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The Chicago Bears travel to take on the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoon, and the big story for Bears’ fans is quarterback Mitchell Trubisky making his second start of the season.

Story line #2 for Bears fans is outside linebacker Leonard Floyd looking to continue his sacktraordinary run of three sacks in his last two games.

Here’s some of our recent stuff to get you ready for the game.

Sam has our official game preview right here.

Andrew has our What To Watch For right here.

Here’s the Bears vs Ravens official injury report.

Patti examines if the Bears are using Kendall Wright properly.

In case you missed it, Tanner Gentry is back on the 53 man roster!

Jacob looks at the play from the rookies and sophomores right here.

Robert had a guest spot on CLTV Sportsfeed earlier this week.

I give four reasons the Bears are definitely going to win this Sunday in my latest T Formation Conversation podcast.

Now let’s get down to the nitty gritty...

TV Schedule

Date: October 15, 2017

Time: 12:00 pm - Bears’ Time

Channel: FOX, and if you live in the purple area of this map, you get the Bears game.

Announcers: Sam Rosen and Ronde Barber

Location: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland

Radio: In Chicago, WCFS 105.9FM and WBBM 780AM (Full list of radio affiliates here)

Sirius Radio: SIRI 135 (Internet 805)

Online Streaming

NFL Game Pass


Bears +6.5 per Oddsshark

History Lesson

The first time the Bears played the Ravens was in 1998 and they won 24-3. Jim Harbaugh was Baltimore’s quarterback that day and he threw for 185 yards and was picked off by OLB John Thierry. Chicago’s James Allen rushed for 163 yards, and Steve Stenstrom passes for 202 yards.

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