News Vikings at Bears Flexed to 'Sunday Night Football'


The Bears will appear on NBC's "Sunday Night Football" after originally being scheduled for a noon game on Fox.

When the Vikings (5-3-1) return from their bye, they'll be back in action against the Bears (5-3) and back in prime time.

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The Bears (5-3) have enjoyed faster-than-expected success this season and are in first place of the NFC North through Week 9.

More relevant in the second half of the season than the television networks predicted months ago, the Bears will be moved to primetime in two weeks. The goal as we go is to have a lot of those. The Steelers and Jaguars, who were originally scheduled for the Sunday night slot, will now kick off at 1 p.m. ET from Jacksonville in a game that will be televised by CBS. These games will not be flexed and the kickoff times will not change. But Nagy wasn't a part of that losing stretch, and the first-year head coach said the Bears aren't talking about those past struggles. The Bears play host to the Lions on Sunday. "The vibe that we have, we're learning how to win in different way".