The Chicago Bears and Washington Redskins are not exactly where people expected them to be when the season started. The Redskins went from winning the NFC East in 2012 to struggling to win any games in 2013. According to redskins.com on Oct. 18, Robert Griffin III’s continuing health is what the Redskins have to hope for it they want to turn things around. Here is how you can follow the Bears vs. Redskins live stream and TV coverage for the big game.
- Date: Oct. 20
- Start Time: 1 p.m. EST
- TV Info: FOX
- Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket
Of course, last season ended in controversy when an already injured RG3 kept playing and might have further injured himself late in the season, costing the team in the playoffs. Both RG3 and Mike Shanahan took blame for that, but they hoped a solid start in 2013 would quiet critics. A 1-4 start has not quieted anyone.
The Bears, on the other hand, are 4-2 and are tied for first place in the NFC North right now with a 4-2 record, in front of both the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings – two teams who saw the postseason in 2012. The Bears know they have to get past the Redskins this week to keep their pace in the division, but this won’t be an easy game for either team.
The Bears vs. Redskins live stream and tv coverage starts at 1 p.m. EST.