After having their five-game winning streak snapped by the Denver Broncos, the Vikings (6-5) are looking to strengthen their playoff push, as they currently are in position for the NFC’s No. 6 seed. Joshua Dobbs will try to pilot an attack that will have to go at least another game without star wide receiver Justin Jefferson, who was downgraded to out on Monday. The Bears (3-8), meanwhile, are still seeking to finish the season strong and bounce back from last week’s late collapse against the Detroit Lions.
Bears vs. Vikings will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET on Nov. 27.
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Bears at Vikings will be broadcast on ABC and ESPN. The game is also available to stream for free on Fubo. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will provide commentary, while Lisa Salters works the sidelines during the game.
Never too far afield, the Vikings’ alternates provide truly nice subtleties. They reverted to the “Purple People Eaters” days while rocking “The Vikings Classic” this season.