We’re still in the first quarter of the Bears’ 2019 season, but you could argue Sunday’s game against the Vikings could be characterized as a must-win.
The Bears (2-1) and Vikings (2-1) occupy the bottom of what’s become a competitive NFC North, and there’s no denying the significance of this game.
“The game is big,” Bears coach Matt Nagy said Tuesday. “It’s a division game, it’s at home. We’re 0-1 right now at home versus a division opponent. I felt like last year when we played these guys at home, that was the turning point of our season where I felt like we got a big win.”
The 2-1 Vikings travel to face off against the 2-1 Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday, Sept. 29.
Vikings vs Bears NFL Week 4 Kickoff is set for 3:25 p.m. CT.
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The game will broadcast on CBS and we’ll get their A-team with Jim Nantz, Tony Romo and Tracy Wolfson.
For those tuning in nationally, you can listen to Sports USA. Josh Appel and Mark Carrier will be on the call.
For those listening locally, tune into KFAN 100.3 FM. Paul Allen, Pete Bercich, Ben Leber and Greg Coleman will be on the call.