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The Chicago bears have stepped back into the national spotlight once again after its reviving 2018 season. They will remain the same this year in the Chicago Bears NFL Live Stream Free. Bears will be playing five prime-time games and will make yet another appearance on Thanksgiving.
A season after capturing the NFC North title, the Chicago Bears will have ample opportunity to play in the national TV spotlight. They already knew that they would kick off the 00th season of NFL by hosting the Packers Thursday night at Soldier Field. But the reaming NFL 2019 schedule reveals that the team will play four additional night games. They will play the host redskins on Monday night of the first week. After winning the championship title in the previous season, now the Bears know what the path to repeating the win looks like.
After the revelation of the schedule, the Bears can now finally turn the page and focus on the path that will lead them to the same success they experienced the last year. The schedule for their game will be listed down below. Looking at the schedule, one can easily say that the team has the opportunity to make an obvious statement right from the very first match.
NFL dates for Chicago Bears
Here is a look at the entire NFL 2019 schedule of Bears:
- Game 1:Thursday, September 5 vs Green Bay Packers at 8:20 p.m. TV- NBC
- Game 2: Sunday, September 15 vsDenver Broncos at 4:25 p.m. TV- FOX
- Game 3:Monday, September 23 vs Washington Redskinsat 8:15 p.m. TV- ESPN
- Game 4: Sunday, September 29 vs Minnesota Vikings at 4:25 p.m. TV- CBS
- Game 5: Sunday, October 6 vs Oakland Raidersat 1:00 p.m. TV- FOX
- Game 6: BYE
- Game 7: Sunday, October 20 vs. New Orleans Saintsat 4:25 p.m. TV- FOX
- Game 8: Sunday, October 27 vs. Los Angeles Chargersat 1:00 p.m. TV- FOX
- Game 9: Sunday, November 3 vs Philadelphia Eaglesat1:00 p.m. TV- FOX
- Game 10: Sunday, November 10 vs Detroit Lions at1:00 p.m. TV- CBS
- Game 11: Sunday, November 17 vs. Los Angeles Ramsat 8:20 p.m. TV- NBC
- Game 12: Sunday, November 24 vs. New York Giants at 1:00 p.m. TV- FOX
- Game 13:Thursday, November 28 vs Detroit Lions at 12:30 p.m. TV- FOX
- Game 14:Thursday, December 5 vs Dallas Cowboys at 8:20 p.m. TV- FOX
- Game 15: Sunday, December 15 vs Green Bay Packersat 1:00 p.m. TV- FOX
- Game 16: Sunday, December 22 vs. Kansas City Chiefs at 8:20 p.m. TV- NBC
- Game 17: Sunday, December 29 vs Minnesota Vikings at 1:00 p.m. TV- FOX
About the team
The 2019 Chicago Bears season will be the franchise’s 100th season in the National Football League, as well as the second under head coach Matt Nagy. The team is trying harder to improve their 12-4 record from the 2018 season. They are a professional American football team which is located in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears compete in the NFL as the member of the NFL North division. The bears have won a total of nine NFL championships, including one of the Super Bowl matches.
Chicago Bears is the only team that has recorded more victories than any other teams in the NFL franchise. The headquarter of the club is Halas Hall which is in the Chicago suburb of Lake Forest, Illinois. Since the year 2002, the Bears have held their annual training camp from late July to Mid-August.
History of the club
After the Super Bowl championship that took place in the 1980s, the Bears have remained competitive throughout that decade but failed to return back to the Super Bowl. The club has played in more over than a thousand games since the beginning of NFL, that is, 1920. Throughout the 2010 season, they led the NFL in overall franchise wins with 704. Before the 2003 season, the team had two unofficial mascots who were names “Rocky” and “Bearman.” They used to assist the team with their cheerleading skills. The team initially had their personal cheerleading squad which was known as the Chicago Honey Bears.
The Chicago Bears have five players who were named to the 2019 Pro Bowl roster:
- The best defensive lineman- Akiem Hicks
- The best outside linebacker- Khalil Mack
- The best cornerback- Kyle Fuller
- The best safety- Eddie Jackson and,
- The best returner-Tarik Cohen.
These five players have represented the biggest haul of the Bears in the Pro Bowl since the year 2013. This was also the last year when a Bears defensive player made a Pro Bowl roster. Chicago had an excellent season in the first year under the head coach Matt Nagy.
Fans can buy up to eight NFL tickets per household, in any combination, for any of the eight regular-season games although there is no limit to the number of tickets for a home contest or preseason.