On Sunday, the struggling Chicago Bears hit the road for an early afternoon game against the Baltimore Ravens. It will mark the second-straight start for the rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who nearly helped pull off an improbable win against the Vikings last Monday. Meanwhile, the Ravens seemed to have early struggles but are still 3-2 and within reach of contending still. Here's the latest Bears vs. Ravens game preview including the latest point spread, points total, TV time, channel, and live stream viewing details.

CHI vs. BAL preview

In last week's home game, Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky made his debut and put on a decent showing.

The rookie QB threw for 128 yards and a touchdown while also scoring on a trick play two-point conversion. Unfortunately, the Bears fell short by three points in a 20-17 loss putting them at 1-4 for the season so far. The team appears to be showing early confidence in the rookie with Mike Glennon underperforming. That said, Trubisky has another chance to deliver a big win, but it'll come on the road against a Ravens team hungry for wins right now.

The Baltimore Ravens are currently 3-2 with a 1-1 home record. In last week's contest, they defeat the Raiders in Oakland 30-17. Joe Flacco completed 19-of-26 passes and had 222 yards while Jerome Allen had 73 yards rushing and a touchdown on 21 carries.

The Ravens come into today's matchup with a few injuries of note including running back Danny Woodhead on the IR, with wide receivers Breshad Permian and Jeremy Maclin, as well as cornerback Anthony Levine all listed as questionable.

In terms of odds to win, ESPN has the home team as the favorites. Baltimore is favored by 5.5 points on the spread with a -260 moneyline price.

The visiting Bears are +210 underdogs, while the over/under points total is 39 points for the complete game.

How to watch the game

Game time for the Chicago Bears vs. Baltimore Ravens is scheduled for 1 PM ET Sunday afternoon. Live televised coverage will be offered through FOX and their affiliate stations in select viewing regions.

For cable and satellite viewers in the regions showing this game, logging into Fox Sports Go website or apps should provide a way to watch the game on live stream feed.

Additionally, customers can sign up for an NFL Game Pass subscription at NFL.com, or for DirecTV's Sunday Ticket where available. Verizon customers also have the option to see games via the Verizon NFL Mobile apps, where available.