When it comes to the 2013 NFL live stream online and TV games schedule, Sunday Night Football brings a huge matchup between two teams looking to win their divisions and secure playoff spots in the NFC. It will be the Chicago Bears vs. Philadelphia Eagles, with both teams at identical records in search of a huge win. The latest of the TV and live stream online NFL games on Sunday's slate comes to fans courtesy of NBC and NBC Sports Live Extra.
According to the Bleeding Green Nation (via SB Nation) on Dec. 21, the Philadelphia Eagles hold a dismal 12-30-1 all-time record against the Chicago Bears, but over their past 10 meetings, the Eagles are 6-4. The Chicago Bears have won the past two matchups with Philadelphia, and enter this game after an impressive victory last week over Cleveland on the road. Philadelphia had a world of trouble on the road at Minnesota last week, so they'll look forward to returning home tonight, and attempt to get a key victory this week and next, so they can win their division and head to the playoffs.
The keys to a Philadelphia victory tonight will include the Eagles' defense getting to Jay Cutler and forcing mistakes. They'll also need Nick Foles to have a much better performance than last week, as well as DeSean Jackson. For the Bears, having both Jay Cutler and Lance Briggs back in the lineup will be a welcome sign for them as they push for a win to try to get the NFC North. As of this report, the Detroit Lions lost in overtime to the New York Giants, while the Packers lost at home to the Pittsburgh Steelers 38-31, giving the Bears major incentive to win tonight. A loss by Chicago sets up a big game with the Packers next week with the winner taking the NFC North.
Tonight's game will be played at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field. The weather is expected to be in the mid to high 30's with a few clouds and a 60% chance of showers. The Eagles are favored by 3 points at various sports books, while the over/under total bet is set at 54 points for the game at several books. The only notable on the injuries listed is receiver Brandon Marshall, with the Chicago Bear listed as "probable."
Fans can watch the Bears vs. Eagles game live on Sunday Night Football starting at 8:30 p.m. EST on NBC and local affiliate stations across the country. Additionally, NBC Sports Live Extra will have this game live streaming online with coverage beginning at 8 p.m. EST. Other options include the subscription services, NFL Mobile from Verizon and NFL Sunday Ticket premium from DIRECTV, as well as the Game Rewind service on NFL's website for a replay of the game. Live radio or audio coverage is available through NFL Audio Pass or Sirius XM Radio services (channel 93 on the radio or Internet 823).