The Chicago Bears head to Heinz field this Sunday to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in a battle between two teams heading in different directions. The Bears are 2-0 after a pair of impressive come-from-behind victories, while the Steelers find themselves at 0-2 for the first time since 2002.
Jay Cutler has been the Comeback Kid for the Bears during the first two weeks of the season, bringing them back from down 11 to beat the Bengals in Week 1, then throwing a touchdown pass with just 10 seconds left to squeak by the Vikings, 31-30, last week. He now has five touchdowns through two games, though his tendency to be a gun-slinger is still showing through with his three picks.
The Bears might not need to worry about mounting a comeback against a Steelers offense that has looked awful thus far in 2013. They have yet to score more than 10 points in a game and are averaging just 236 yards per contest, ahead of only the hapless Jaguars.
Sunday, Sept. 22, 8:30 p.m. ET
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Penn.
Mexico: ESPN Latin America
UK: Channel 4
The game can watched at NBCSports.com through Sunday Night Football Extra.
Steelers: WDVE-FM 102.5 / WBGG-AM 970
Bears: 105.9 WCFS-FM / 780 WBBM-AM