Monday Night Football Live Stream: How to Watch Free The Washington Redskins (0-2), led by running back Adrian Peterson and head coach Jay Gruden, The Chicago Bears (1-1), led by quarterback Mitch Trubisky and head coach Matt Nagy, meet in a Week 3 Monday Night Football TV coverage Game Matchup on September 23, 2019 Monday NFL at FedExField – Landover, Maryland.
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Date : Monday, September 23
Bears vs. Redskins NFL Game
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Where: FedExField – Landover, Maryland
What time : 8:15 PM ET
Channel: ESPN TV
The worst-case scenario exists because, well, that’s how life has gone for the Washington Redskins (0-2) in recent seasons. The game will be broadcast nationally by ESPN.
Winless after two games, the worst case is not one they want to consider, but that’s what they would face with a loss to the Chicago Bears on Monday (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN).
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A live stream will be available via ESPN’s digital platform, WatchESPN and the ESPN app.
Washington is 0-2 after losing to two NFC East rivals in the first two weeks. The Redskins relinquished a 17-point advantage on the road against Philadelphia in Week 1 and lost 31-21 at home to the Dallas Cowboys last week.
Chicago, meanwhile, is 1-1 after losing 10-3 at home to the Green Bay Packers in the season’s curtain-raiser and winning 16-14 in Denver last week.
Washington lost Derrius Guice to a knee injury last week, with the running back set to be out indefinitely. Tight end Jordan Reed and defensive back Quinton Dunbar are both questionable, while defensive lineman Jonathan Allen is week-to-week.
Aside from long-term absentee T.J. Clemmings who is out for the season, the Bears have everyone fit and available for Monday.
The Redskins and the Bears have met 43 times, with Washington holding a slight 22-20 edge in the all-time series. They are currently on a seven-game winning streak against Chicago
The Redskins and the Bears last met in Chicago in on Christmas Eve 2016, with the Redskins winning 41-21. The last meeting in Washington came in October 2013, with the hosts winning 45-41.