Minnesota Vikings vs Chicago Bears Live Stream, Week 4,Sun, Sep 29, 2019
- NFL GameTrax – Regular Season – Week 4
Team : Minnesota Vikings AT Chicago Bears
Date : Sun, Sep 29, 2019
Time : 4:25p ET
TV : CBS
Field : Soldier Field – Chicago, Illinois
EAGAN, Minn. — Welcome back to NFC North play, where the Vikings have one of their hardest travels of the period on deck.
The Vikings travel to Chicago in Week 4, a spot where Minnesota has two successes in its previous 11 outings to Solider Field. The opening shot is at 3:25 p.m. (CT).
Minnesota is 2-1 on the season following a persuading 34-14 home win over the Raiders in Week 3. Chicago is likewise 2-1 after the Bears bested Washington on Monday Night Football.
The two groups will search for a pivotal division win as Green Bay is 3-0 and has prevails upon Chicago and Minnesota. Detroit is likewise unbeaten on the year at 2-0-1.
Here’s a glance at the Vikings Week 4 matchup against Chicago:
Passing: Kirk Cousins turned in a compelling excursion against Oakland, getting help from the run game and a hostile line that didn’t permit a sack.
Cousins finished 15 of 21 goes for 174 yards and a touchdown, as the score went ahead Minnesota’s opening drive of the game. His touchdown pass went ahead a play-activity rollout, as Cousins performed well moving all game.
Long-lasting games telecaster Jim Nantz is known for some things, however maybe his most unmistakable line and task originates from his work with The Masters — the significant golf competition he alludes to as “a custom dissimilar to some other.”
In one of Nantz’s other real assignments for CBS, be that as it may — filling in as the lead play-by-play voice for NFL alongside examiner Tony Romo — there has been undeniably more advancement than convention throughout the years.
One of the later wrinkles to the NFL communicate timetable occurred in 2014, when CBS and Fox were enabled to “cross-flex” games into the pined for 3:25 p.m. national opening, which the systems split during the season.
Basically, cross-flexing enabled the systems to gather up desired games for the national opening paying little respect to whether they were AFC or NFC matchups.
Already, CBS communicate all the Sunday AFC games (and games including one group from every meeting where the AFC group was out and about) while Fox had all the Sunday games between NFC groups and cross-gathering matchups where the NFC group was out and about).
It was a bit of confounding, especially to those of us who recollect a less complex record of NFL games (more on that in a moment), however there was a standard that you could rapidly recall regardless of whether you disregarded it incidentally while scanning for a game on Sunday.