How to watch the Chicago Bears in 2022

Chicago Bears - Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
Chicago Bears - Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports /

The NFL season is nearly here. So here’s how to watch the Chicago Bears in 2022 in a way that won’t destroy your wallet. Check out fuboTV today. 

Chicago Bears 2022 Outlook

Hopefully, Bears fans will get a full season of Justin Fields. But that might not happen considering just how bad the offensive line is in the Windy City.

Last season the Bears allowed a league-high 58 sacks, so we’ll have to see if the additions of Riley Reiff, Lucas Patrick and Michael Schofield improve anything.

Fields will still have a couple of his favorite targets from 2021 – Darnell Mooney (1,055 yards) and Cole Kmet (612 yards). Outside of that, things will be a bit interesting. Byron Pringle is coming off a 42-catch, 568-yard season with Kansas City, but no other wide receiver on the roster caught 10 or more passes last season.

David Montgomery returns at running back, coming off a near-1,000 yard season. Had he stayed healthy, he certainly would’ve attained that feat. He’s also caught 42+ passes in each of the last two seasons.

Defensively, Chicago is switching to a 4-3 scheme. Robert Quinn is coming off an 18.5 sack campaign a year ago, but linebacker Roquan Smith wants to be dealt.

Chicago Bears Schedule 2022

Sunday, September 11: vs San Francisco 49ers (1PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, September 18: at Green Bay Packers (8:20PM ET, NBC)

Sunday, September 25: vs Houston Texans (1PM ET, CBS)

Sunday, October 2: at New York Giants (1PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, October 9: at Minnesota Vikings (1PM ET, FOX)

Thursday, October 13: vs Washington Commanders (8:15PM ET, Amazon Prime Video)

Monday, October 24: at New England Patriots (8:15PM ET, ESPN)

Sunday, October 30: at Dallas Cowboys (1PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, November 6: vs Miami Dolphins (1PM ET, CBS)

Sunday, November 13: vs Detroit Lions (1PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, November 20: at Atlanta Falcons (1PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, November 27: at New York Jets (1PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, December 4: vs Green Bay Packers (1PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, December 11: BYE WEEK

Sunday, December 18: vs Philadelphia Eagles (1PM ET, FOX)

Saturday, December 24: vs Buffalo Bills (1PM ET, CBS)

Sunday, January 1: at Detroit Lions (1PM ET, FOX)

Saturday, January 7 or Sunday, January 8: vs Minnesota Vikings (TBD)

As you can see, the Bears will play one game each on NBC, ESPN and Amazon Prime Video. FOX will air 10 games and CBS will broadcast three.

So, how to watch the Chicago Bears?

How To Watch The Chicago Bears In 2022

The best bet for fans is fuboTV.

fuboTV will give fans in the Chicago area access to all of their local stations, as well as ESPN, ESPN2, ATT&T Sportsnet, FS1 and the NFL Network.

Meaning, there’s only one game you won’t be able to watch with fuboTV – the Thursday night game (which are exclusive to Amazon Prime Video).

fuboTV’s Pro package includes 127 channels and is $69.99 a month, but you can get a week-long free trial. This includes a cloud DVR with 1,000 hours of space and up to 10 streams on your home network.

The Elite package is $79.99 per month and includes 183 channels (including FS2, Pac 12 Network, ESPNU, ESPN NEWS, the SEC Network and the ACC Netowrk).

The Ultimate package is $99.99 per month and includes 222 channels as well as NFL Redzone.

fuboTV allows you to cancel anytime, so if you only want it for the NFL season, that’s exactly what you can do.

Start a seven-day free trial of fuboTV today to stream the Chicago Bears. 

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