The Bears will play their 12th regular-season game at noon (CT) on Sunday when they play the Giants on the road. Here's how you can watch and listen to the contest:
The game will be televised regionally on FOX, featuring Kevin Burkhardt, (play-by-play), Charles Davis (analyst) and Pam Oliver (sideline reporter).
According to 506sports.com, the Bears-Giants game will be broadcast in the red regions of the country marked on the map below:
The contest will be broadcast on WBBM Newsradio 780 AM and 105.9 FM, with Jeff Joniak (play-by-play), former Bears guard Tom Thayer (analyst) and Mark Grote (sideline reporter). The game will be broadcast across the Chicago Bears Radio Network.
The pregame show begins at 9 a.m. The postgame show from the locker room features exclusive analysis at ChicagoBears.com and CBSChicago.com/Bears.
The matchup will be broadcast nationally on Compass - Sirius/XM 88 with Chris Carrino (play-by-play), Brian Baldinger (analyst) and Jon Rothstein (pregame, halftime).
Fans can follow game action on ChicagoBears.com and the team's other social media channels as well as via the official Chicago Bears app. The Bears Gameday Live pregame show (beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday) and the Bears Postgame Live show, both on FOX, will be streamed live in the Bears app and on ChicagoBears.com.
Fans on the go can follow the game on their mobile phones through the official NFL app. Download the app to check your in-market game.
NFL Game Pass
Sunday's Bears-Giants game will be available on NFL Game Pass after 7 p.m. (CT) Sunday. The condensed game version will also be be available after 7 p.m (CT) while the coaches film will be posted Tuesday morning.
The Bears may be without quarterback Mitchell Trubisky for the second straight week. Trubisky suffered a right shoulder injury in the Bears' Week 11 game against the Vikings and sat out last week at Detroit. Trubisky practiced this week but was limited. Unlike last week, where Chase Daniel stepped in as a somewhat unknown commodity – Daniel was making his first start since 2014 and doing so on a short practice week – if he were to get the nod again, the Bears will have had a week of reps with him and a game's worth of film to break down versus the Lions. Daniel did everything the Bears asked of him last week, completing 27 passes for 230 yards and throwing for two touchdowns. Daniel's ability to step in and lead the offense should leave the Bears feeling good regardless of who's behind center on Sunday.
Between the Bears' first game against the Lions in Week 10 and their Thanksgiving Day matchup last Thursday, they played three games in a 12-day span. Their turnaround from playing on Sunday night against the Vikings in Week 12 to playing on the road in Detroit in the early Thursday slot was the shortest time between two games in league history. After edging Detroit on Thursday, the Bears finally got some well deserved rest. When they take the field Sunday, they'll have had nine days between games to rest and recoup – the longest stretch since their Week 5 bye. The time off will be a nice advantage as the Bears look to come out with fresh legs against a Giants team that lost a tough game to the Eagles on Sunday afternoon.
The Bears are 33-23-2 all-time against the Giants. The teams have split their last eight matchups. Chicago's last win over the Giants came in 2013, a 27-13 win at Soldier Field.