With Sunday?s NFL games wrapped up, the fans look forward to Monday night?s football game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears. The Bears host the Eagles for Week 2 of the NFL games which will kickoff at 8:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (5:30 p.m. PT) at the Soldier Field.
The live TV coverage will be on ESPN while the live stream of the Eagles v Bears match will be available via the WatchESPN app. Of course, this requires subscription details of your cable TV network in order to catch all the action. The Watch ESPN app is available across several platforms including Android and iOS.
The live streaming of the Monday night football is even available with the NFL Game Pass. The Season Plus Game Pass that includes Playoffs and Super Bowl starts at $199 or for four installments at $59.99/month. The seven-day subscription costs $24.99. The NFL Game Pass provides live streaming as well as On-Demand games including live streaming of the NFL network.
After a 1-0 head start in the NFL Week 1, the Eagles hope to stay undefeated against the Bears. They opened with a 29-10 win over the Cleveland Browns last Sunday. The spotlight is going to be on Philly?s rookie quarterback Carson Wentz. He made quite an impressive start completing 59.5% of his attempts against the Browns for 278 yards, two TDs and zero interceptions.
On the other hand, Chicago Bears are 0-1 after suffering a loss to the Houston Texans, despite leading 14-10 at halftime. They lost 23-14 to the Texans and QB Jay Cutler threw for 216 yards and a TD.
With the hype built around Wentz, the odds favor the Philly team. However, the Bears have the home ground advantage and will be fired up after a particularly disappointing loss in Week 1. ?Chicago?s defense will present a difficulty for Wentz and his men. Eagles? defensive end might have to put pressure on Cutler to take pressure off Wentz.
Here?s all you need to know:
Date: September 19, 2016
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET (5:30 p.m. PT)
Venue: Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass/ESPN Watch
Replay: NFL Network, 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, September 20