Who is Playing Thursday Night Football? Start Time, Location, TV Schedule for Commanders vs Bears Week 6
Week 6 of the NFL season kicks off with an NFC clash between the Washington Commanders and Chicago Bears on Thursday Night Football.
This is a pivotal game for both teams after each lost in Week 5. The Commanders are trying to prevent their season from slipping away after starting 1-4, while the 2-3 Bears will look to climb back to .500.
The game is also expected to be extremely close, as Chicago is favored by just 1 point on the spread on FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds.
Can Carson Wentz snap Washington's four-game losing streak? Or will Chicago remain undefeated at Soldier Field this year?
Here's all the info you need to know for Thursday Night Football this week.
Thursday Night Football
This week's Thursday Night Football matchup will be played between the Washington Commanders (1-4) and Chicago Bears (2-3).
Where is Thursday Night Football?
Thursday Night Football will be played at Soldier Field in Chicago. The stadium opened in 1924 and is nearly 100 years old, although it didn't become the home of the Bears until 1971. The Bears share the stadium--which seats 61,500--with the Chicago Fire MLS team.
When is Thursday Night Football Kickoff?
The Commanders vs Bears Thursday Night Football Week 6 matchup is set to kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET on Thursday, October 13.
Thursday Night Football TV Channel and Stream
Thursday Night Football will air on Amazon Prime Video (subscription required) as well as on Fox 32 in the Chicago area.
Thursday Night Football Week 7
Thursday Night Football will head to the desert in Week 7 as the Arizona Cardinals host the New Orleans Saints on October 20. The Cardinals are currently favored by 2.5 points in this NFC matchup on FanDuel Sportsbook's early Week 7 odds.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.