Matt Nagy promised he would take a shaky second-year quarterback and a suspect group of wide receivers and turn them into the 2018 Kansas City Chiefs.
But it was a defensive addition that boosted the fans hopes and showed Bears players the team was serious about beating expectations placed on them around the league.
When the team sent a pair of first-round draft picks and laid out serious cash for defensive star Khalil Mack just before the regular-season opener, they created a wave of excitement and adrenaline that never faded.
Mack renegotiated his contract this season to help fill roster needs that Nagy says will only make the team better. Can anyone doubt him?
There are several different ways to Watch Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers live stream online and here you will get the ultimate guide to watch the game.
|Next Game||Bears vs Packers|
|Date||5th Sep 2019|
|Venue||Soldier Field, Chicago, IL|
|Live Stream||Watch NOW|
Watch live stream Bears vs Packers with cable
FOX Sports will broadcast the majority of Sunday afternoon Bears games as part of its NFC coverage. CBS Sports will take over when an AFC team visits the Windy City.
Fox also produces Thursday Night Football and will broadcast ten games during the season along with the NFL Network. The NFL Network has exclusive rights to several Saturday games and the rest of the TNF lineup.
NBC Sports and ESPN are back to provide the Sunday Night and Monday Night Football productions respectively.
NFL Fans outside of the United States can watch Bears vs Packers live stream feeds from Bears vs Packers Live stream NFL game, as well as NFL Red Zone and year-round access to the NFL Network with an international subscription to NFL Game Pass.
Watch live stream Bears vs Packers Using apps
Like life wasn’t good enough for Bears fans already, this year they can watch all the Bears games for free on the NFL App.
Regardless of service provider or platform, The NFL app will provide local and nationally-telecast Bears vs Packers live stream NFL games, as well as the NFL Red Zone and the NFL Network for no charge across the nation.
NBC Sports app gives you every game they broadcast and the pre-game show on Sunday nights.
WatchESPN, the app of ESPN Sports, lets you watch Monday Night Football games on your smart device.
The CBS Sports app is available with a subscription to CBS All-Access ($5.99-9.99/month).
An NFL Game Pass subscription ($99.99/year) lets US-based fans watch completed games the next day.
Watch live stream Bears vs Packers via online
Savvy NFL fans who cut the cord with expensive cable and satellite providers to join the Over-the-Top (OTT) internet television movement will have no problem finding Bears vs Packers live stream NFL action this year.
That includes smart Bears fans who already enjoy dozens of top-notch entertainment and movie channels provided for a small monthly subscription rate.
Sony’s PlayStation Vue
Sony’s PlayStation Vue includes NBC, CBS, Fox, and ESPN in its basic ($45) subscription package. Fans looking the NFL Network can upgrade to its Core Package ($50). NFL Red Zone requires a $10 add-on cost.
247TVStream boasts over 200 live sports channels from around the world for $13 per month. All your NFL-contracted channels are included among a diverse selection of specialty and mainline sports networks.
YouTube TV ($40) has all the local network access and ESPN in its solitary channel package. Unfortunately, they do not have the NFL Network or the NFL Red Zone. They do have unlimited DVR cloud space for up to 30 days.
Fubo TV offers CBS, Fox, NBC, and the NFL Network as part of their basic $45/month subscription price. Fubo TV still won’t pay for ESPN or their Monday Night Football games. But how many Bears fans stay home to watch Monday Night Football, anyway?
DirecTV Now ($50-and up) includes all the broadcast networks you need for NFL live stream action. CBS, Fox, NBC, and ESPN let you watch most of the NFL action, but DTV Now subscribers will miss the exclusive NFL Network games.
Hulu with Live TV
Hulu with Live TV ($45) is similar to DirecTV Now in that it carries all the major networks, but not the NFL Network. Neither service allows access to the NFL Red Zone either.
Sling TV includes Fox, NBC, and the NFL Network as part of its $25/month blue package. ESPN is in its Orange package. The discounted combined price is $40/month to get all four channels. But no matter what you pay, you won’t find CBS on Sling TV.
Watch Bears vs Packers NFL game Using VPN
Bears fans who find themselves in the wrong TV market on game day can use Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, to make it look like you are right on the lake.
VPN providers own multiple servers across the country. It’s easy to use one to watch live stream Bears vs Packers action from anywhere. Just some easy steps:
- Pay for a VPN service and sign into their website
- Click on a server located near Chicago
- Find the Chicago affiliate website of the broadcasting network
- Click on their live stream link
- Kick back and enjoy the game
First, you have to find a good VPN provider.
ExpressVPN is a very good VPN provider with servers around the United States and overseas. They offer military-grade encryption services and security software to protect you and your computer from viruses and hackers.
IPVanish is a second VPN service. IPVanish says they have some of the fastest connection speeds in the business, which is important if you want a clear picture of your NFL game.
Another excellent VPN provider is Nord VPN. Like ExpressVPN and IPVanish, Nord VPN has the latest security and encryption programs and high connection speeds as well as live 24/7 customer service to get you up and running quickly.
Get Tickets to Bears vs Packers
The NFL Ticket Exchange is a guaranteed and safe way to buy or sell your NFL tickets. The official NFL ticket broker is operated by Ticketmaster. There is a link to the ticket exchange on the Bears’ official website. Both the NFL and Ticketmaster charge fees of 10-15 percent for their services, so expect to pay that much above face value, at least.
StubHub is an independent ticket exchange company that guarantees its service against fraud and lists all its fees up front. If you choose to use an independent broker, make sure they are as reliable as Ticketmaster and StubHub.
Chicago surprised everyone but themselves last season. Will Mitchell Trubisky break out in his third season? Can the Bears stay on top with a re-booted Packers team waiting for them?
More importantly, why are so many Bears fans paying for cable and satellite television when there is a great alternative available for a fraction of the price?
Bears fans should check out the websites of the OTT providers listed above to see how much money they can save on their entertainment budget.
With no contracts, no ugly special equipment, and dozens of channels to peruse, why would anyone stay with Cable or satellite?
Take advantage of a free trial to see why we think you’ll be a fan of OTT television before halftime.