Listen live to your choice of the home, away, or national feed on the SiriusXM app. Kickoff is November 9 at 8:15pm ET.
Home: Chicago Bears
Quarterback Justin Fields may not be available to play Thursday night, as his thumb injury has not yet been cleared. If that’s the case, QB Tyson Bagent will once again get the start. Bagent recently had his first game with 2 TD passes in Week 9.
D’Onta Foreman had 83 yards last week and 65+ scrimmage yards in three of his last four. He’s looking to secure his fourth consecutive Thursday Night Football game with a rushing touchdown. Wide receiver DJ Moore is aiming for his fourth consecutive game at home with 5+ catches and 50+ receiving yards. Darnell Mooney recently had season highs with 5 receptions and 82 receiving yards in Week 9, while tight end Cole Kmet‘s two receiving touchdowns in Week 9 marked his fourth career game with such a feat.
Linebacker T.J. Edwards continues to shine with 15 tackles in Week 9, marking his sixth game with 10+ tackles this season, tied for the second-most in the NFL. Tremaine Edmunds is looking to make an impact with his third consecutive game at home with a pass defended, while linebacker Jack Sanborn aims for his third consecutive game at home with a tackle for loss, having recorded 5+ tackles in five of his last six games.
Chicago Bears Home Feed
SiriusXM channel 225 in your vehicle
Channel 805 on the SiriusXM app
Carolina Panthers Away Feed
SiriusXM channel 226 in your vehicle
Channel 804 on the SiriusXM app
SiriusXM channel 88 in your vehicle
Channel 88 via on SiriusXM app
Away: Carolina Panthers
As for the Carolina Panthers, QB Bryce Young will be making his first career Thursday Night Football start. He looks for his third straight game on the road with an 80+ passer rating.
Running back Chuba Hubbard has contributed 50+ scrimmage yards in 12 of his last 14 games and is gunning for his fourth consecutive game with 50+ scrimmage yards. Meanwhile, Miles Sanders is eyeing his fourth straight Thursday Night Football game with 60+ scrimmage yards. Wide receiver Adam Thielen leads the team with 62 receptions in 2023, marking his seventh career season with 60+ catches. He aims for his fourth consecutive game on the road with 11+ catches and is pursuing his eighth consecutive game with 5+ receptions.
Frankie Luvu is on a roll with 11 tackles last week and aims for his third consecutive game with 11+ tackles. Linebacker Justin Houston is pursuing his third consecutive game with a sack on Thursday. He has an impressive record with 5 sacks and 6 tackles for loss in 4 career games against the Chicago Bears, and he’s looking to make it four straight games with a sack in Chicago. Defensive tackle Derrick Brown aims for his third consecutive game with a pass defended and has recorded 5 tackles for loss in his last 4 primetime games.
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