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Thursday Night Football: Nick Foles vs. Tom Brady

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Well, look at that. Just a week after the Chicago Bears (3-1) name Nick Foles their new starting quarterback, the team hosts Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-1) on Week 5’s Thursday Night Football.

Sure, this isn’t quite a Super Bowl re-match — mostly because Foles isn’t with the Eagles and Brady is no longer with the Patriots — but these two QBs definitely have history. “Philly, Philly” anyone?

New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles Staff Photo By Matt Stone/Digital First Media /Boston Herald via Getty Images

The Bears lead the all-time series between these teams, 39-20, but the Buccaneers have won 2 of the past 3 meetings. The last time they met in Chicago, however, the Bears won in a heavy-handed 48-10 victory.

Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s game.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

TV Schedule

Game time: 8:20 PM EST

Channel: FOX | NFL Network | Amazon Prime

Date: Thursday, October 8, 2020

Location: Soldier Field | Chicago, IL

Online Streaming

FuboTV : www.fubo.tv

Odds

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: -3.5 (-190)

Chicago Bears: +3.5 (+163)

Over/Under: 44.5

BLG pick: Bears +3.5

Poll

Which bet do you like more?

This poll is closed

  • 37%
    Buccaneers -3.5
    (44 votes)
  • 62%
    Bears +3.5
    (73 votes)
117 votes total Vote Now

SB Nation Blogs

Buccaneers: www.BucsNation.com

Bears: www.WindyCityGridiron.com


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