How to Watch Bears vs. Bucs Online

September 28, 2018

Ryan Fitzpatrick went from FitzMagic to FitzTragic back to FitzMagic. But the magic fell just short in a wild Monday night loss to the Steelers. After trailing 30-10 at the half, the Buccaneers came back to get within three, but couldn’t finish the job, losing 30-27. Speaking of a bad start, the Bears were down 14-0 to the winless Cardinals before Sam Bradford returned to form and the Bears came back to win 16-14. Both of these teams come into this game at 2-1 with both being very close to 3-0.

How to Watch Buccaneers vs. Bears: Week 4
Where: Chicago, Illinois
Start: Sunday, Sept. 30, 1:00 p.m. ET
TV Network: FOX
Radio: WBBM (Bears)
Stream Online: Watch live with fuboTV

The question is already being asked all week if the Bucs should go with Fitzpatrick or Jameis Winston, who has returned to the team after serving his three-game suspension. With Winston still needing to get up to speed, it seems likely that Fitzpatrick will get at least one more start. Despite his three INTs on Monday night, he became the first QB in NFL history to start the season with three straight games of 400-plus passing yards. The veteran has certainly earned at least one more start, and if he plays well against a strong Bears defense, we may see him for a few more games.

Khalil Mack has single-handedly made the Bears a playoff contender. Their defense has been stellar in the first three weeks, and they present Fitzpatrick with what will be his toughest test this season thus far. The key for the Bears is Mitchell Trubisky playing better. He’s thrown three INTs so far and has struggled this season. If the second-year QB can be a bit smarter throwing the ball and use his mobility, this Bears team has a chance to make things interesting in December. They could use a 100-yard game from Jordan Howard, who has yet to do it this season.