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This is literally everything you need to know about the Chicago Bears vs Pittsburgh Steelers game this Sunday.

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Jim Flanigan

On paper, the 2-0 Pittsburgh Steelers visiting the 0-2 Chicago Bears appears to be a mismatch of epic proportions. But that’s why you play the game.

No one expected the Bears to hang with the Atlanta Falcons, so there’s a chance the Bears pull off the upset on Sunday.

To get you guys ready for the game, we have everything you need to know about the game, but before that, check out this stuff we’ve done this week.

Sam has our weekly Week 3 Game Preview: Bears-Steelers.

Andrew has a preview of his own with his What to watch for.

The injury report for Sunday’s game is right here.

Jack peeks back in the history books for his favorite (and least favorite) Bears-Steelers games.

Jeff has his weekly Five Questions With, and this time he spoke with Behind The Steel Curtain, to get the skinny on the Steelers.

Robert and EJ tag teamed WCG Radio this week and they spoke with editor of Behind The Steel Curtain, Jeff Hartman.

TV Schedule

Date: September 24, 2017

Time: Noon - Bears’ Time

Channel: CBS, and if you live in the blue, you get the Bears game. (Image from 506sports.com)

Announcers: Greg Gumbel and Trent Green

Location: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

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

Sirius Radio: SIRI 81 (Internet 805)

Online Streaming

NFL Game Pass

Odds

Bears +7.5 - Over/Under 44 according to TopBet

History Lesson

Jack nails the history lesson every week (see his article linked above) but for my nugget...

The Bears lead the all time series with 18 wins, 7 losses, and 1 tie, with an average score of 23 to 15.

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