2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
9-4, 1st in NFC North
7h

Barnwell Show: Orlovsky on Rams-Bears, Connelly on NFL offensive evolution

Bill is joined by Dan Orlovsky of ESPN to analyze the particulars of the Bears' win over the Rams on SNF, including the play of the two young QB's Goff and Trubisky (1:16). Plus, Bill Connelly of SB Nation stops by to discuss the "Big-12-ization" of offense in the NFL, including the possibility of Oklahoma's Kyler Murray ending up playing both baseball and football (26:36).

12h

Trey Burton, Bears TE

David Kaplan and Pat Boyle talk with Bears TE Trey Burton following the big win over the Rams on Sunday Night Football.

Mack: 'When you come in our house it's gonna be a tough one' (0:34)
Nagy: 'We gave the game ball to the city' (1:01)
What is the outlook for AFC, NFC playoff picture? (0:59)
Bears rely on defense, run game in win vs. Rams (1:42)
Bears' D overwhelms Goff, Rams (1:44)
Bears' Smith: We had to 'get back to our fundamentals' (1:01)
Amukamara ices game with Bears' 4th INT on Goff (0:32)
Mack sacks Goff and knocks ball free (0:20)
Goff picked off for 3rd time of night (0:16)
Trubisky hits OL Sowell for 2-yard TD (0:18)
Goldman gets to Goff in end zone for safety (0:25)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears defense should take a bow. Chicago throttled the Rams offense, holding quarterback Jared Goff to 80 passing yards and picking him off twice in the opening 30 minutes of play. Goff's passer rating is 21.0. Unfortunately, Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky had a 12.5 rating in the 1st half, which is why Chicago had to settle for a 6-6 tie at halftime. The team that limits mistakes in the 2nd half will come out victorious.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears nickel back Bryce Callahan suffered a foot injury and is doubtful to return.

Smith picks off Goff's wobbler (0:29)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears inactives vs. the Rams: quarterback Tyler Bray, wide receiver Kevin White, safety Deon Bush, linebacker Kylie Fitts, offensive lineman Rashaad Coward, wide receiver Javon Wims and defensive tackle Nick Williams.

AP Photo/John Locher
2dWarren Sharp and Preston Johnson

Best bets for Rams-Bears

The Rams are road favorites against the Chicago Bears on Sunday night. Will they cover? Here are our best bets for the game.

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3dJeff Dickerson

Bears' Trubisky (shoulder) set to start vs. Rams

After missing two games due to a right shoulder injury, Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky will return to the starting lineup Sunday night against the Rams.

Team Stats

Passing Yards225.7
Rushing Yards121.5
Points For27.63rd
Points Against19.0