The Chicago Bears host the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, where Chicago looks to avoid their fifth straight loss after the week off. But it won’t be easy against a talented team from Baltimore.
The Bears have just had a well-deserved week off, but that hasn’t seemed to help much with the plethora of injuries on the roster. Chicago will be without outside linebacker Khalil Mack (who finished for the year), defensive tackle Akiem Hicks (ankle) and wide receiver Allen Robinson (hamstrings).
But there’s still reason to be excited for this game and the rest of the season as rookie quarterback Justin Fields has shown impressive growth over the past two weeks. All eyes will be on the rookie to see what he can do against the Ravens.
Will the Bears be in your neck of the woods?
If you live in the red zone of the map, you will be able to watch Bears-Ravens locally at noon CT on CBS (via 506sports.com).
Most of the country will get the Bears-Ravens game. Others will get Colts-Bills (green), Dolphins-Jets (yellow), and Texans-Titans (orange) as part of the first CBS games list.
Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will be on the Bears-Ravens call for CBS.
The Bears and Ravens will kick off Sunday at noon CT on CBS.