The Buffalo Bills (11-3) will try to clinch the AFC East and win their sixth consecutive game when they take on the Chicago Bears (3-11) on Christmas Eve at Soldier Field.
The two teams will meet in a regular season game at Solider Field for the first time since 2014, when the Bills beat the Bears in the season opener, 23-20.
One of the biggest storylines going into this game is the weather. The National Weather Service reported that a winter storm could impact areas from Thursday into Saturday, with the potential of blizzard conditions from Thursday night to Friday night. Temperatures will also be well below freezing with strong winds.
Saturday’s temperature will be around 10 degrees with 25-to-35-mile-per-hour wind, which will bring the windchill into the negatives.
The game will be televised on CBS, with kickoff set for 1 p.m.
Read more about the game below…
GAME PREVIEW LINKS:
- Top 6 storylines to follow for Week 16 | Bills at Bears (BuffaloBills.com)
- Bills bracing for another bad-weather game as potential bomb cyclone set to hit Chicago (NFL.com)
- Bills vs. Bears broadcast map: A local-only affair (BuffaloRumblings.com)
- Bills at Bears: 5 storylines to watch for in Week 16 (BillsWire.com)
- Bills coaches react to playoff berth, multiple game plans for weather and slowing down Justin Fields (BuffaloBills.com)
- Bills declare Mitch Morse and Boogie Basham out for Bears game | Week 16 (BuffaloBills.com)
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