The Chicago Bears host the New York Giants on Sunday, where Chicago is looking to start the new year with a win.
The good news is that the Bears will face a team that may well be worse than them at the Giants, who will bring Mike Glennon to town. It’s true, this Glennon. Which means it’ll be Andy Dalton versus Mike Glennon, just the thing to spice up an otherwise unappealing match.
At least outside linebacker Robert Quinn has the chance to break Richard Dent’s Bears single-season sack record, giving fans something to look forward to.
Will The Bears be broadcast in your part of the country?
If you live in the dark blue area of the map, you’ll be able to watch Bears-Giants locally at noon CT on CBS (via 506sports.com).
Most of the country will get Chiefs-Bengals (red) as part of CBS’ premier slate of games. Others will have Dolphins-Titans (yellow) or Jaguars-Patriots (orange).
Spero Dedes and Jay Feely will participate in the Bears-Giants call for CBS.
The Bears and Giants kick off Sunday at noon CT on CBS.
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