What channel is Bears vs. Vikings on today? Schedule, time for ‘Monday Night Football’ in Week 10

Dalvin Cook’s recent success and Kirk Cousin’s prime-time struggles will be fighting against each other on “Monday Night Football” in a battle of two NFC North rivals.

The Vikings (3-5) travel to Chicago (5-4) to play the Bears on Monday. Cook has put up more than 400 total yards across Minnesota’s last two wins, but Cousins has never won on Monday night. So what’s going to give? It could mostly come down to how Chicago’s defense slows Cook. A limited Cook would force Cousins to pass more in an environment he hasn’t found much success in in the past.

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If the Bears’ defense does its job, Nick Foles will have a chance. He might not lead his offense to put up 40 points, but against a bad Minnesota secondary, the Bears could approach 30 points if things break the right way. The first step toward that might be getting David Montgomery healed from a concussion so Chicago’s attack can be balanced and set up play-action passes to Allen Robinson and Darnell Mooney.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Bears vs. Vikings game on Monday night, including kickoff time, TV channels and a full “Monday Night Football” schedule.

What channel is Bears vs. Vikings on today?

  • TV channel (national): ESPN
  • Live stream: ESPN app, fuboTV

ESPN has a new crew for “Monday Night Football” this year and it will feature Steve Levy (play-by-play), Brian Griese (color analyst), Louis Riddick (color analyst) and Lisa Salters (sideline reporter). 

In Canada, viewers can watch Patriots vs. Jets on DAZN, which has rights to every NFL game.

Bears vs. Vikings start time

  • Date: Monday, Nov. 16
  • Kickoff: 8:15 p.m. ET

Bears vs. Vikings starts at the normal “Monday Night Football” time and is the only game on Monday, after Weeks 4 and 6 each had a pair of games on Monday stemming from COVID-19 related postponements.

It’ll be the second time on prime time for the Vikings this season after losing earlier in the year to Seattle by a lone point on Sunday night in Week 5. Chicago has a win on a Thursday night this season over the Buccaneers, but they also lost a Monday night matchup with the Rams in Week 7, making Chicago the only team in this matchup to have already played on MNF this season. 

Monday Night Football schedule 2020

Week 1 Sept. 14 Steelers 26, Giants 16
Week 1  Sept. 14 Titans 16, Broncos 14
Week 2 Sept. 21 Raiders 34, Saints 24
Week 3 Sept. 28 Chiefs 34, Ravens 20
Week 4 Oct. 5 Packers 30, Falcons 16
Week 5 Oct. 12 Saints 30, Chargers 27
Week 6 Oct. 19 Cardinals 38, Cowboys 10
Week 7 Oct. 26 Rams 24, Bears 10
Week 8 Nov. 2 Buccaneers 25, Giants 23
Week 9 Nov. 9 Patriots 30, Jets 27
Week 10 Nov. 16 Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings
Week 11 Nov. 23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Los Angeles Rams
Week 12 Nov. 30 Philadelphia Eagles vs. Seattle Seahawks
Week 13 Dec. 7 San Francisco 49ers vs. Buffalo Bills
Week 14 Dec. 14 Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens
Week 15 Dec. 21 Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 16 Dec. 28 New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills

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