Texans vs. Bears: TV schedule, radio, live stream, where to watch
The Houston Texans take on the Chicago Bears in Week 14 and here is how to watch.
There are just four games remaining in the 2020 season of the Houston Texans as the 4-8 squad faces the Chicago Bears on Sunday in a rare matchup between the two franchises.
The Texans (4-8) and Bears (5-7) both lost games last Sunday (the Bears have lost six straight games) which they both should have won. That said, we all know the Texans will have a new head coach and general manager next season, but the same isn’t known about the Bears just yet, even with how bad the team has been this season.
Chicago has struggled this season after a good start, but have failed to meet expectations mostly due to the quarterback play of Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles. Neither Bears quarterback has played as well as the Bears would have hoped when the 2020 began.
Plus, it is also always fun to remember the Bears passed on Deshaun Watson in the 2017 NFL Draft and selected Trubisky instead. If only the Bears had a time machine for that draft as they also passed on Patrick Mahomes too.
With Deshaun Watson always being the main focal point of the Houston Texans offense, there is also the fact the defense of the Texans needs to step things up in this final month. It won’t matter how good Watson makes others better around him, if the defense makes Trubisky look good on Sunday then there would be very little hope remaining in the final three games of the season.
Houston Texans News: Here is how to watch the Week 14 game on Sunday.
Date: Sunday, Dec. 13
Start time: noon CT
Location: Springfield, IL
Stadium: Soldier Field
TV Info: CBS
Radio Broadcast: SportsRadio 610, NFL GamePass
Live Stream: fuboTV
Another aspect of this game that can stand out for the Houston Texans is stopping Allen Robinson of the Bears. Robinson is a top wide receiver in the league, and even with his two quarterbacks this season, he has still put up some nice numbers. (It sure would be great to possibly see him in a Houston Texans uniform in 2021, right?)
Anyway, Robinson in 2020 has 77 receptions for 904 yards while averaging 11.7 yards per reception. Imagine if Robinson’s quarterbacks were better than they are, with his talents, those numbers would already be much higher.
This game as a whole features players who deserve better than whet they’ve received this season, with just two being Watson and Robinson.
Maybe this game will be competitive due to the fact neither team has played up to their potential in complete games most of the season, and this can be the start of ending the 2020 year of football with some momentum for the winner of this game.