Carolina Panthers vs. Chicago Bears - Where to watch the action

The Big Cat will be watching this week's game in style. - Geoff Burke

The Carolina Panthers/Chicago Bears tilt will air Sunday at 1:00 PM EST on FOX. Kenny Albert will call the play-by-play action, Daryl Johnston will mention that the Panthers should have kept Julius Peppers 37 times, and Tony Siragusa will eat 25 Chicago style hot dogs in the first half. The over/under on mentions of Marty Hurney's firing is currently set at 15.5 so be sure to place your bets fast, and if you're smart - take the over.

I'm sure by now that you've looked at the schedule and know that the Panthers square off against Jay Cutler and da Bears this Sunday. However, you may not be aware of where you can watch the game on television, or - if need be - listen to the game on satellite radio.

Well fans, have no fear; because CSR's got your back.

Below you will find the broadcast information for Sunday's game against da Bears, where we will (hopefully) see a different ending than the heart breaker we endured last week against Dallas*:

* Who am I kidding? I just hope we don't get blown out.

Carolina Panthers vs. Chicago Bears

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Venue: Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Time: 1:00 PM EST

TV: FOX (see coverage map linked below)
Broadcasters: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, and Tony Siragusa
DirecTV: 704, 704 HD
Sirius Radio: 148

If you need to check whether or not you will get to watch the game from the comfort of your own home, you can head over to and see if the game will broadcast in your area (it's the last one listed this week).

Please note: if you live in the Carolinas, the game will most likely to be on tv for you. The only fans who may have an issue are those who live in the westernmost corner of North Carolina and those who live in the southwestern region of South Carolina near the Georgia border. On the bright side, fans who live in every other part of both Carolinas will get to see the Panthers this Sunday.

Also note: unfortunately for me, but luckily for you; Alshon Jeffery won't play Sunday due to a hand injury so you won't have to listen to any "we should have drafted Alshon" talk from me after the game because he won't be able to score 5 touchdowns on our defense like I thought he would before I learned of his injury*.

* I'll still say we should have drafted Alshon; I just won't have any stats to back it up. You didn't think you were getting off that easy did you?

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