Sunday's NFL schedule includes a battle between the NFC's #Carolina Panthers and Chicago #Bears. The visiting team will be hungry for a win after their close loss to the Philadelphia Eagles last Thursday night. Meanwhile, Chicago is coming off its second win of the season and first under rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. Will he be able to make it two-straight? Here's the latest game preview with matchup odds, game time, #TV Channel, and live streaming online details.

NFL game preview

In last week's Thursday night football game, the Carolina Panthers fell 28-23 to Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles. Star quarterback Cam Newton tried to lead a fourth-quarter comeback, but the team fell short.

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With that, Carolina dropped just its second game of the NFL season and is 4-2. A win today still keeps them near the top of the AFC South with the Atlanta Falcons. The team will be without linebacker Luke Kuechly again today due to the concussion he suffered in the Eagles' loss. It marks the 10th game Kuechly has missed since 2015 due to a concussion.

The Chicago Bears have a reverse record at 2-4 but are feeling good after picking up their first win under rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. The team won 27-24 in overtime in a game that Trubisky had just 113 yards passing and a touchdown but that running back Jordan Howard went off for 167 yards on 36 carries. The Bears may be looking to Howard often in today's game as well as defensive star Julius Peppers will have his sights set on bringing down the rookie quarterback.

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With the Bears offensive line offering Trubisky little protection it could be a long day for the young QB.

The latest game odds have the visiting Carolina Panthers listed as three-point favorites on the spread. For the moneyline, Carolina is a -150 favorite while the Chicago Bears are +130 underdogs. The over/under points total is 41 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Today's Carolina Panthers vs. Chicago Bears game begins at 1 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage arrives on CBS network and their affiliate stations around the nation. Live streaming may be available on the CBS All-Access subscription service which currently offers a one-week free trial to all new subscribers.

For other live streaming options, Verizon NFL Mobile is available to Verizon customers for a possible game feed. There's also Sunday NFL Ticket from DirecTV and the NFL Game Pass subscription service available through the NFL.com website.