A key detail revealed for Chicago Bears trip to London during 2024 NFL Season

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One of the marquee games for the Chicago Bears during the 2024 NFL Season is when they will travel to London for their Week 6 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

For the Bears, it will be their first game in London since the 2019 season when they lost to the Las Vegas Raiders, 24-21. The prevailing takeaway from the Bears' loss to the Raiders during the 2019 season was that the team looked tired, and many tied it to Matt Nagy's decision to have the team spend the week in Chicago before traveling to London the Friday before the game.

That is a mistake that the Bears are looking to correct this season. Nicholas Moreano of CHGO Sports reports that the Bears will be traveling to London early in the week in preparation for their game against the Jaguars this season.

Details on the Chicago Bears' travel plans for their London game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

What is interesting about the Bears' decision to travel early in the week to London is that it is a different approach than what Ryan Poles had with the Kansas City Chiefs and Ian Cunningham had with the Philadelphia Eagles.

This is yet another example of how Poles is determined to distance this current iteration of the Bears away from the failures of the past.

The Bears' matchup with the Jaguars is shaping up to be one of the more interesting quarterback battles of the season as rookie Caleb Williams will go up against Trevor Lawrence. Lawrence recently inked a $275MM contract extension with the Jaguar and that serves as a look into the future for the Bears in the event that Williams has success. What's interesting is that Williams is believed to be the best quarterback prospects entering the NFL since Lawrence was drafted by the Jaguars.