Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears game takes place on Sunday morning at the Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois, as the NFL proceeds into week 2 of the regular season. The game will begin at 10:00 a.m. PT and can be watched through television broadcast on FOX and on NFL Network through live stream online.
Viking's running back and devout Christian Adrian Peterson, 2012 MVP, had one of his 10 trips over the 100-yard mark last season against the Chicago Bears. Since recovering from his knee surgery last season, he has rushed a 93-yard last Sunday against the Lions.
"We kind of got beat up a little bit up front, and we didn't really execute," Peterson said, according to ESPN. "When I was able to hit the tape, that was the biggest thing. It's something we're trying to put behind us."
Peterson commented on Bear's defense and his confidence to be able to get back on track in carrying past 100-yard mark for this season.
"They've got good tackles, but they're not Detroit up front," he said. "Not to take anything away from those guys - Julius Peppers and those guys are great players as well. We've got to go out, be physical and make our presence felt."
Those living in Chicago area can watch and listen to the game on FOX Chicago, WBBM Radio, Comcast Sportsnet Chicago, Comcast Video-On-Demand, WSCR radio and on ChicagoBears.com.
This week's game will be announced play by play by Thom Brennanman and Brian Billick on FOX. For those watching through DirectTV NFL Sunday Ticket package, the game can be found on Channel 706.
For those listening to radio, you may tune in to broadcasters announcing the plays through one of the 74 radio stations among Vikings Radio Network.
Other way to watch the NFL games on your computer, tablet or phone online is through DirectTV's NFL Sunday Ticket. The subscription of $44.99 or $59.99 per month for five months give you live access to every out-of-market game, every Sunday, in HD video format. Also, it gives access to real-time stats and scores.
Besides watching the games, NFL fans can listen to every games live through NFL's Audio Pass. With a subscription fee of $39.99, listeners receive access through July 31, 2014 to all 65 preseason games, 256 regular season games, home or away broadcasts, archived games, Spanish broadcasts, and chats.
If you were unable to watch or listen to the games live, you can access full replays of every past and 2013 NFL game online, including playoffs and Super Bowl archives through NFL's Game Rewind. This subscription gives you access from your computer, tablets, and mobile devices. The one time subscription fee of $69.99 or 4 payments of $17.99 per month gives subscribers access through July 31, 2014.