Bears vs Raiders

Bears vs Raiders Live Stream will throw down across the pond in London in Sunday’s Week 5 matchup, Bears vs Raiders: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

Date: Sunday, Oct. 6
Time: 12:00 p.m. CST
Location: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (London, England)
TV: FOX

The Bears and Oakland Raiders will throw down across the pond in London in Sunday’s Week 5 matchup. The obvious storyline centers around Khalil Mack’s revenge game against his old club, but with Chicago’s bye week up next, the Bears need to secure a win and keep building on the momentum of their three-game winning streak.

They’ll have to do it without Mitch Trubisky, who’s expected to miss the game with a left shoulder injury. Chase Daniel will make his third career start as a Bear after entering the game in relief of Trubisky last Sunday against the Vikings.

Daniel was efficient and composed in Week 4 and even sparked some debate in football media about whether he’s a better fit for Matt Nagy’s offense. He finished the game 22-of-30 for 195 yards and a touchdown and a QB rating of 101.4.

While that conversation is nonsensical right now, another strong showing from Daniel could flip those whispers into legitimate chatter as the Bears embark on their week off.

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Here’s how you can tune in to the game:

Game Information

Oakland Raiders vs. Chicago Bears live Game online

NBC Sports Chicago Coverage
Football Aftershow at the conclusion of the game

Stream on NFL Game Pass

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The NFL comes to London this weekend as the Chicago Bears take on the Oakland Raiders at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as part of week five of the 2019/20 NFL season. Doubtless both UK and US Bears and Raiders fans will need to grab themselves a live stream if they’re not lucky enough to be heading to the game in person. That said, tickets are still available. We’ll show you where to find them below.

The Bears (3-1) look like they may be without starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky after the second pick of the 2017 NFL Draft dislocated the shoulder of his non-throwing arm last week against the Packers.

As for the Raiders (2-2), the designated home side will set-up minus Vontaze Burfict after the no-nonsense linebacker was suspended for the rest of the 2019 season for an illegal helmet-to-helmet challenge in week four. It’s the longest suspension ever handed out by the NFL and the seventh enforced period on the sidelines for Burfict for violating player safety rules. Naughty

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