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Chicago Bears vs Baltimore Ravens Live Stream (Fox): Watch NFL Football 2017 Online

The Chicago Bears and the Baltimore Ravens go head to head on Sunday in a Week 6 game from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. The game has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on the Fox network, or online through live stream (details below).

The Bears are stuck in the basement of the NFC North division after starting the season on a poor 1-4. They are the only team with a losing record after five weeks, and they have a long way back if they are to rescue this season.

That means they will have to get a win here today, although the Ravens will be massive favorites to claim this one in front of their home fans.

The Ravens are on 3-2, which is enough to tie for the top spot in the AFC North, along with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

They will want to put some clear space between themselves and the Steelers, and a win today would be helpful to maintain the pressure on their division rivals.

These two teams have only met five times before in the NFL regular season, with the Bears leading the all time series 3-2. However, it is notable that the winning team in each of the previous encounters has been the home team, which bodes well for the Ravens.

Baltimore have won games this season when they've started powerfully and jumped out into early leads by running the ball with purpose, and forcing turnovers by pressuring opposition quarterbacks.

The Bears, despite their poor record, are ranked No. 6 in the NFL for defense coming into week 6. Chicago will have noted that Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco has been sacked nine times so far this season, and has throw six interceptions. They will try and bring the worst out of Flacco today by getting in his face and trying to force mistakes.

Earlier this week in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Carolina Panthers squared off for Thursday Night Football, with the Eagles eventually coming out on top 28-23 in a tight game of football.

Both teams came into that match up on 4-1, but it was the Eagles who came away improving their record to 5-1, where as the Panthers dropped back to 4-2 following a bruising encounter.

Cam Newton had the chance for a game winning drive, but the Panthers came up just short when the quarterback's fourth down throw bounced on the ground.

With that win the Eagles are emerging as real contenders for the NFC. They are being led admirably by Carson Wentz, who threw three more touchdowns on Thursday night. Oppositely, Cam Newton threw three interceptions, which proved costly for Carolina.

Things had been looking good for the Panthers, as they took a 10-3 lead in the first half, with Wentz not able to get going at all for the Eagles.

However, when Luke Kuechly left late in the second quarter following a concussion, the game was turned on its head, and suddenly Wentz was able to find a lot more time on the ball and was able to drive the Eagles into scoring position after scoring position.

Meanwhile, Sunday's big NFL game between the Chicago Bears and the Baltimore Ravens has a scheduled start time of 1 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on the Fox network or online through live stream by clicking here.

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