Bears at Cardinals live stream: TV schedule, time and more

CHICAGO, IL - AUGUST 10: Mitchell Trubisky
CHICAGO, IL - AUGUST 10: Mitchell Trubisky /

The Cardinals are already entering their third week of the preseason as they head to battle with the Bears on Saturday night. Here’s how to watch.

The Arizona Cardinals are in a bit of a weird situation when it comes to the preseason, and it comes with both good news and bad news. The good news is that they have an extra game in their month to evaluate players and make more educated decisions, but the bad news is one extra game’s worth of wear and tear to deal with.

The team has already gone through two weeks of their preseason, with the first as a special case scenario in the Hall of Fame Game against the Dallas Cowboys early in August. The Cardinals have split the first two games of their year, with a loss to the Cowboys and a win over the Raiders last week. Now, they’ll look to build up some extra momentum at home on Saturday.

Meanwhile, the Chicago Bears are currently testing out the Mitch Trubisky era this preseason, and had some success with the test in the team’s first game last week against the Denver Broncos despite the 24-17 loss.

The Bears will be a team many will want to watch this preseason because of Trubisky, but you won’t be able to find them on national television this week. However, if you’re a NFL Game Pass subscriber, you’ll be able to stream the game or watch the replay afterwards through the service.

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Details on how to watch the game can be found below:

Date: Saturday, August 19
Start Time: 10 p.m. ET
Location: Glendale, AZ
Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass

With Mike Glennon struggling under center for the Bears currently, it’ll be interesting to see if Trubisky can keep up the pace he set in the first week of the preseason against a warmed up Cardinals defense.