Jay Cutler has helped the Bears put up big offensive numbers despite a weak offensive line in front of him. Though he was suffering from bruised ribs following their game against the Detroit Lions, he appears to be ready to play on Sunday. Chicago is coming off of four straight wins, scoring 111 points in those games. Having the league's best defense hasn't hurt their cause either.
Carolina's only win of the season came against the similarly limping New Orleans Saints, and the less effective Cam Newton has been unable to lead the offense as well as he did in 2011. The most points that the Panthers scored this season was 28, but that came in a loss against the Falcons. Other than the Falcons game and their win over the Saints, Carolina has not scored more than 14 in a game this year.
Here's the viewing info for the match-up between the Bears and the Panthers on Sunday:
Sunday, Oct. 28, 1 p.m. ET
Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
Bears local: WCIU
Panthers local: WCCB
Verizon subscribers can watch the game live with the NFL Mobile app, and you can find all Sunday afternoon games on NFL Sunday Ticket Online. A subscription is required for both.
NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.
Bears: WBBM 780
Panthers: WBT 1110