Where to watch, listen to Bears-Eagles gameThe Bears will host the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday at Soldier Field. Here's how you can watch and listen to the contest, which kicks off at noon (CT). TELEVISIONThe game will be televised regionally on Fox with Joe Davis (play-by-play) and Daryl Johnston (analyst). According to 506sports. com, the Bears-Eagles game will be broadcast in the blue parts of the map below. RADIOThe game can be heard locally on WBBM Newsradio 780 AM and 105.
Along with Risk It and Bears Bingo, fans can also interact with traditional Soldier Field video board features in the app from the stadium or anywhere else. The DunkinвЂ™ Race, which is held in the second quarter, and the Buona Beef Helmet Shuffle, which will take place in the second half. The Dunkin' Race will take place during both home and road contests, while the Buona Beef Helmet Shuffle can be played during all nine home games at Soldier Field.
As has already been mentioned, Gardner Minshew got the start in Hurts' absence last week and he nearly led his team to victory. But Minshew and Hurts have entirely different skill sets and playing styles, and Philadelphia's offense just isn't the same without the dual-threat signal-caller at the helm. Even with the injury, Hurts returned to practice this week, albeit in a limited fashion. It seems that he would be a long shot to play, but head coach Nick Sirianni hasn't ruled him out yet either.
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They also have been held under 100 in four contests. But one thing that has been pretty consistent is Philly's ability to get into the end zone. The Eagles lead the league in rushing touchdowns with 31. Compare that to the Saints, who have 11 in 15 games. 3. Philly's QB plansHurts, considered by many to be the MVP front-runner, suffered a shoulder sprain two weeks ago. While it would probably be in his and the team's best interests to rest him until the playoffs, the Eagles still haven't clinched the NFC East title, let alone the No. 1 overall seed that comes with the lone coveted first-round bye.
He leads the Saints in receptions (63) and receiving yards (940), followed by Alvin Kamara (55, 480). Tight end Juwan Johnson (36, 425) is next in terms of receiving production, and undrafted rookie Rashid Shaheed rounds out the top five with 19 grabs for 375 yards. New Orleans will need all of its pass catchers to make plays if it has any hope of not only solving Philadelphia's defense but scoring enough points to keep up with the Eagles' explosive offense. 2. Will the Eagles run wild again against the Saints? Two years ago, Philadelphia ran the ball 36 times for 246 yards and two touchdowns in a 24-21 win over New Orleans.
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Jalen Hurts and Miles Sanders both went over 100 rushing yards in that game. Last season, the Eagles gashed the Saints for 242 yards and three touchdowns (on 50 carries) in a 40-29 victory. Neither Hurts nor Sanders went over 100 yards but both still did plenty of damage. Hurts (69 yds. on 18 att. ) had all three rushing scores while Sanders put up a game-high 94 yards on 16 carries. Philadelphia's rushing attack comes into this game fourth at 153. 8 yards per game, but there have been some hills and valleys. The Eagles have piled up more than 200 yards on the ground in four games.
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They have allowed only 181. 2 yards through the air on average, the fewest in the NFL. They have picked off 16 passes, tied for second. They also are tied for ninth for fewest pass completions allowed (307). On the other side of this matchup is New Orleans' passing attack, which has been mediocre this season. The Saints rank 15th with 223. 1 passing yards per game. They are tied for 14th with 23 touchdown passes, but that looks worse when you consider they are tied for the eighth-most interceptions thrown (13). Injuries can be pointed to New Orleans' struggles through the air. Expected starters Michael Thomas and Jarvis Landry have missed 12 and six games, respectively, and reserves Tre'Quan Smith and Marquez Callaway also haven't been able to stay healthy. Instead, the team has had to rely on some unexpected contributors, although the emergence of first-round pick Chris Olave has been a pleasant surprise.
The offense leaned on the running game with Alvin Kamara and Taysom Hill combining for 132 yards and two touchdowns. The defense did the rest, getting consistent pressure on Deshaun Watson, sacking him twice and picking him off once while holding the Browns' ground game to 3. 6 yards per carry. Cleveland's longest pass went for 10 yards as Watson completed fewer than half of his attempts (15 of 31) for 135 net passing yards. Now with back-to-back wins, New Orleans remains alive in the watered-down NFC South. Philadelphia (13-2) dropped a tough one in Dallas, falling 40-34 with Gardner Minshew replacing an injured Jalen Hurts at quarterback. The Eagles jumped out to a 10-0 lead thanks to a pick-six, but the Cowboys stormed back to trail by only three points at halftime. A touchdown with less than 10 minutes left gave Philadelphia a seven-point lead, but Dallas scored the final 13 points and held on late for the huge come-from-behind victory that prevented the Eagles from clinching the division.
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