Bears-Packers On TV: What Time? What TV Channel Is Televising the Chicago Bears-Green Bay Packers Game Christmas Night

WEEK 16: The NFL Sunday Game on Christmas Day between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers
will be televised on FOX at 8:20 p.m. ET/7:20 p.m. CDT Sunday December 25, 2011.

The Chicago Bears will try to break a four-game losing streak and keep their chances for a playoff game alive. In order for the Chicago Bears to make the playoffs, they must (1) beat the 13-and-1 Green Bay Packers tonight, (2) beat the 3-and-12 Vikings next Sunday in Minnesota, (3) the 9-and-5 Atlanta Falcons must lose to the 11-and-3 New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football, and (4) the 9-and-5 (10-and-5 or 9-and-6 after Monday) Atlanta Falcons must lose to the 4-and-11) Tampa Bay Buccaneers next Sunday.

CHICAGO BEARS vs. GREEN BAY PACKERS live radio stream is on WBBM Newsradio 780

In Arlington Heights on Comcast …
WMAQ NBC is Channel 005 for standard definition
WMAQ NBC Channel 188 HD for High Definition WBBMDT

In Arlington Heights on WOW! Internet and Cable TV …
WMAQ NBC is Channel 005 for standard definition
WMAQ NBC Channel 203 HD for High Definition CBS HD

WMAQ NBC over the air channel is 05, digital on air is 29.

FIND NBC SPORTS on COMCAST in your zip code
Comcast TV Listings — first time users will be prompted for zip code …

FIND NBC SPORTS on Time Warner Cable in your zip code
Time Warner Cable Channel Lineup — first time user will be prompted for zip code …


IN GREEN BAY …
TV: NBC 26
Radio: WTMJ & STATEWIDE RADIO NETWORK
Sirius: 86

See also
nbcsports.msnbc.com

IF AUDIO PROHIBITED … SEE FOXSPORTS GAMETRAX BELOW …
WBBM-AM 780 is the official Chicago Bears radio station
LISTEN TO THE GAME LIVE …. LISTEN LIVE …
BEARS-PACKERS LIVE on FOXSPORTS GAMETRAX

See also …
SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL on Facebook …

facebook.com/SNFonNBC

facebook.com/foxkickoffsunday

foxsports.com

NFL on FOX

Official Chicago Bears web page on television coverage of the Chicago Bears

Official Chicago Bears web page on radio coverage of the Chicago Bears