Titans at Bears Live Stream: Watch NFL Online

The Tennessee Titans face the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in NFL Week 12. Here’s all the info you need to watch online.

Fans have seen a mixed bag from the Tennessee Titans in the 2016 NFL season. One week, they look incredibly dangerous, but not so much the next. That inconsistency has been a tad maddening. With that being said, it’d be a shock if they weren’t performing in NFL Week 12. The reason being, they go on the road to Soldier Field to face a Chicago Bears team really up against it right now.

As if losing Alshon Jeffery to suspension wasn’t bad enough, they’ll now be without Jay Cutler (injury) and Jerrell Freeman (another suspension). That puts Matt Barkley in at quarterback and makes a bad defense even worse. It’s not unfair to expect an absolutely putrid showing from the Bears on Sunday simply because of how talent deficient their active roster will be.

Meanwhile, Marcus Mariota and the Titans can tear it up at their best. The second-year quarterback has looked elite at times this season and the weak Bears D offers the opportunity for that to be the case again. What’s more, either DeMarco Murray (who’s questionable) or Derrick Henry can run well behind a quietly great offensive line. Even better, their defense could have their best showing of 2016 against Barkley and this version of the Chicago offense.

CBS will have the broadcast of this inter-conference matchup on Sunday. Subsequently, you can also stream the game online through NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL Sunday Ticket.TV. Access the stream online or with the app using a paid subscription to the service.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Date: Sunday, November 27
Start Time: 1 p.m. ET
Location: Chicago, IL
Stadium: Soldier Field
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket

With how short-handed this Bears team is, it’d be astounding if the Titans aren’t able to get the win. And with the Indianapolis Colts losing on Thursday and the Texans having a tough matchup in Week 12, they could remain alive in the AFC South race. All they have to do is perform in a winnable game.

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