The Chicago Bears will face the Minnesota Vikings in their season finale, where Matt Nagy will look to end his tenure with the Bears with three straight wins.
The bigger storyline doesn’t involve the game itself, but what happens afterwards. Nagy is undoubtedly the coach of his last game with Chicago. But there are also questions about CEO Ryan Pace and CEO Ted Phillips.
Chicago and Minnesota are in similar situations heading into this final where both head coaches are expected to be fired. As for the outcome of the match, we’ll see which team wants it the most.
Will the Bears be in your neck of the woods?
If you live in the yellow area of the map, you will be able to watch Bears-Vikings locally at noon CT on FOX (via 506sports.com).
Most of the country will get Packers-Lions (red) as part of FOX’s first list of games. Others will get Bengals-Browns (blue), Washington-Giants (green) or Bears-Vikings (yellow).
Gus Johnson and Aquib Talib will participate in the Bears-Vikings appeal for FOX.
The Bears and Vikings will kick off Sunday at noon CT on FOC.