Philadelphia Eagles versus Chicago Bears: How to watch, radio call
You can catch Sunday afternoon’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Chicago Bears from Lincoln Financial Field on television, radio and online, and we’ve got the information on how you can do so.
There isn’t much of a history between the Chicago Bears and the Philadelphia Eagles, but there is, indeed, a history. Sure, these two proud franchises have only met 43 times, with the Bears coming out on the winning side on 29 of those meetings. Still, the mention of Chicago and Philadelphia brings up certain memories.
There have been common coaches and players, Buddy Ryan and Jim McMahon. There have been strange occurrences, like fogs descending on playoff games. Then, there was the time one of Chicago’s own, Donovan McNabb, went home in a playoff game to embarrass the team hailing from the city he grew up in. Believe it or not, Chi Town has taken four of the last seven games against Philly, but things feel like they should go in Philly’s favor this time around.
This is a game the Eagles should win.
Here’s how you can access Sunday afternoon’s game:
Live and on television:
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Date: Sunday, November 26th
Start Time: 1:00 PM EST
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field
TV: WTXF FOX29 in Philadelphia (live), WFLD FOX32 in Chicago (if watching locally in “The Windy City”) or you can watch on DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket. That’s the best way for most out of market viewers. There’s also a Sunday Ticket App for cellular streaming.
Online Stream: NFL Game Pass (They have a seven-day free trial), on fuboTV (They have a seven-day free trial as well).
The Fox Broadcast:
The game will air at 1 P.M. EST (10 A.M. PST) on Fox and will be called by Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis. Pam Oliver will be handling the sideline reporting.
Local Radio Outlets:
If you can’t watch the game live and you live in the Philadelphia area, you can always tune into SportsRadio 94 WIP-FM. The radio call, as always, will be handled by the legendary Merrill Reese with Mike Quick handling the color commentary. Howard Eskin will handle the sideline reporting. For a full list of WIP-FM show listings, click here.
If listening in or around Chicago, tune in to WBBM 780 AM and 105.9 FM where Jeff Joniak handles the play-by-play, former Bears guard Tom Thayer handles color commentary and Zach Zaidman will handle sideline duty.
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There’s a national radio broadcast that will be handled by Compass Media. Chris Carrino and Brian Baldinger will handle the call in that one. Sirius/XM will carry the game on channel 135.
As of Sunday morning, November 26th at 9:30 AM EST, the Eagles, per sportsbookreview.com, are favored on most of the oddsmakers’ platforms. The line is (-14) in favor of “The Birds”.
Geoffrey Knox: Eagles 38 – Bears 17
Justin Grasso: Eagles 38 – Bears 10