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Bears vs Giants: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

Bears vs Giants: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

There may not be much to play for now that the Bears are 4-6 and have around a 1% chance of making the 2019 playoffs, but that doesn't mean Bears fans won't be interested to see how this roster develops over the final six games.

Most of the attention will focus on quarterback Mitch Trubisky, who could be fighting for an opportunity to begin the 2020 season as the presumed starter. He's done nothing to earn that designation so far this year, but the team's investment in him as the long-term answer at the position could force GM Ryan Pace into another season with No. 10 under center.

But Trubisky has to at least flash some upside, as he's done over the last two games. Has he been perfect? No. But he certainly has been better. 

In Sunday's Week 12 matchup against the New York Giants, he'll face a vulnerable secondary that he should be able to take advantage of especially when targeting wide receiver Allen Robinson. If he struggles against the Giants, it's going to be a turbulent ride from Thanksgiving on.

It'll be must-see TV. And here's how you can watch, listen and stream:

Game Information

New York Giants (2-8) vs. Chicago Bears (4-6)

Date: Sunday, November 24
Time: 12:00 p.m. CST
Location: Soldier Field | Chicago, Ill
TV: FOX

NBC Sports Chicago Coverage
Primetime Preshow on NBC Sports Chicago Plus
Football Aftershow at the conclusion of the game

Announcers
Thom Brennaman, Chris Spielman

Stream

Stream on NFL Game Pass

Radio

WBBM 780 (Chicago) and 105.9 FM

Satellite Radio

Bears feed: 226

Giants feed:  387

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Devin Hester one of six specialists to make the NFL 100 All-Time Team

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Devin Hester one of six specialists to make the NFL 100 All-Time Team

The NFL 100 All-Time Team just got a serious influx of speed and athleticism. Former Bears' legend and arguably the greatest special teams player of all time, Devin Hester, was named to the squad on Friday.

Hester played with the Bears from 2006 to 2013, racking up an incredible 31 return touchdowns (18 on kick returns, 13 on punt returns). Over his 11 season career, Hester collected a total of 11,028 return yards between kick and punt returns. Hester made four Pro Bowls and three All-Pro teams over his career. 

The 2006 No. 57 overall pick out of Miami (FL) dazzled from the start of his NFL career, collecting 1,128 combined punt/kick return yards and 5 touchdowns. 

But just as impressive as his overall effectiveness, was his penchant for rising to the moment. Hester's clutch moments included an 80+ yard punt return for a touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals in the infamous, "They are who we thought they were game".

And, of course, all NFL fans remember how Hester became the first player in NFL history to take the opening kickoff of a Super Bowl back to the house for a touchdown. 

Hester was a shoo-in to make the NFL 100 All-Time Team, as he is the NFL's all-time leader in kick and punt return touchdowns but even, so his game was about so much more than just the numbers. 

Devin Hester's unparalleled combination of speed and creativity in the open field delighted NFL fans in a way that perhaps no other player in history did or ever will. 

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Sports Talk Live Podcast: Bears win again as they trounce the Cowboys

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Sports Talk Live Podcast: Bears win again as they trounce the Cowboys

Sam Panayotovick and Seth Gruen join Kap on the show.

0:00 - The Bears win again as they trounce the Cowboys. So did Mitch Trubisky save his job or was it just one good game?

12:00 - The Bulls look for their third straight win with the Warriors in town. Plus, Sam gives out his best bets for the weekend as the guys preview the college football conference title games.

17:00 - Comedian Steve Rannazzisi joins Kap to talk about the dumpster fire that is his Knicks. Plus Kap thanks his Giants for helping turn the Bears season around.

Listen to the full podcast here r via the embedded player below:

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