Vikings vs. Bears flexed to Sunday night in Week 11

Hope Soto
November 6, 2018

If you have tickets for the Chicago Bears Week 11 game hosting the Minnesota Vikings, you might want to adjust your plans.

The NFL has moved the Vikings game at Chicago from Sunday afternoon to prime time on NBC on November 18.

The Bears-Vikings game at Soldier Field on November 18 has been flexed to primtetime.

The Vikings are now slated to have back-to-back Sunday night games.

When the schedule makers put this together, Steelers vs Jaguars looked like must-see TV.

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The game had previously been scheduled for noon.

The Bears (5-3) have enjoyed faster-than-expected success this season and are in first place of the NFC North through Week 9. It will kick off at 7:20 p.m. and be nationally televised on NBC.

The game is second of three straight NFC North games in 12 days for the Bears. The advantage is the Bears have the Lions coming up this Sunday, so they should be well prepared for film study.

The NFL announced on Monday that it was changing the start times for three Week 11 games.

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