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The last time the Chicago Bears (5-6) and the Detroit Lions (4-7) tangled, the Bears pulled out a miraculous comeback thanks to three 4th-quarter touchdown passes from Mitchell Trubisky and a fortuitous drop by Detroit’s D’Andre Swift.

Chicago’s week one win split the fanbase as some were fired up to get out of Detroit with a W, while other fans were upset at the sloppy and lucky way in which the Bears opened Club Dub for the 2020 season.

Both of these teams are hanging on to slim playoff hopes, so it should be a hard fought contest in the Windy City on Sunday.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Bears vs Lions game.

When is the game?

Sunday, December 6, at 12:00 p.m. Central

Where is the game?

Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

Weather

Mostly cloudy with a high of 39F, with winds up to 10 mph from the NNW per weather.com.

How to watch!

If you live anywhere in the yellow part of the 506sports.com map below you get the game on FOX with Kevin Kugler and Chris Spielman on the call.

NFL and college football can be streamed with fuboTV, so just click right here for plenty of sports — including the NFL Network — and local network television.

How to listen!

Traditional Radio - WBBM 780 and 105.9 FM (Chicago) with Jeff Joniak on the play-by-play and Tom Thayer on color, and also on Univision 1200 AM and Latino Mix 93.5 FM.

Odds

Bears: -3

Lions: +3

O/U: 44.5

Game Previews!

We crush the previews each week, so if you missed anything here you go!

  • Sam Householder’s weekly game preview is right here.
  • All of WCG’s keys to a Bears win is right here.
  • The WCG crew gives their Bears-Lions winner, plus all of our Week 13 picks, right here.
  • Pride of Detroit asked Jeff Berckes some questions about the Bears right here.
  • The final Bears vs Lions injury report is right here.
  • Plus if you aren’t subscribed to the Windy City Gridiron Podcast Channel you can hit our page at Megaphone with all the subscription options — We’re available everywhere and we’re free! We’ll have recaps, previews, and so much more each week from our podcast team.

Check out the team’s Bears vs Lions preview from their YouTube channel.

And speaking of YouTube...

  • Have I mentioned EJ Snyder’s NFL show, Bootleg Football?
  • And how about Robert Schmitz’s Run Pass Opinion channel?
  • And we can’t forget the YouTube channel from Will Robinson II (aka WhiskeyRanger) right here.

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PODCAST/VIDEO CHANNELS

Windy City Gridiron Podcast Channel which includes Bear With Me from Robert Schmitz, Bears Over Beers featuring Jeff Berckes & EJ Snyder, Bears Banter hosted by Bill Zimmerman, Rule of 3 with R. Schmitz, Danny Meehan, and Brandon Robinson, and the occasional T Formation Conversation from Lester A. Wiltfong Jr.; EJ also co-hosts The Bootleg Football Podcast with Brett Kollmann; R. Schmitz has a film breakdown show on YouTube titled Run Pass Opinion; Will Robinson II has his WhiskeyRanger YouTube channel, and Steven’s Streaming Twitch Channel from Steven Schweickert.