The Chicago Bears will limp into Week 13’s rivalry game against the Green Bay Packers, one in which QB Justin Fields’ status remains unclear. The Bears signed QB Tim Boyle off the Detroit Lions practice squad this week in a move that suggests Fields’ return from a shoulder injury may be a week or two away.
Regardless of Fields’ playing status, it’s still Packers week. And for Bears fans, that’s a big deal.
Green Bay’s built a cushion in the all-time series with a 104-95-6 record. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has (gulp) owned the Bears with a 23-5 record against Chicago. As much as that may sting, Bears fans can find solace in the thought that Week 13 may be the last time Chicago’s defense faces Rodgers in the league’s oldest rivalry.
Despite neither team playing like a playoff contender with a combined record of 7-17, every Bears-Packers game is must-see TV.
Here are all the ways you can catch the game.
The Bears vs. Packers will air on Fox Sports. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. EST (12:00 p.m. CST). Adam Amin will handle play-by-play and will be joined by analyst Mark Schlereth and sideline reporter Kristina Pink.
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