The Bears announced their regular-season schedule, with a Thanksgiving game at Lambeau Field the highlight and a home matchup against the rival Packers scheduled for Week 1.
The Bears will appear in prime time twice this season: on “Monday Night Football” Nov. 9 in San Diego, and on Thanksgiving, Nov. 26.
The Bears are opening the season at home for the sixth-straight season, but have only opened against the Packers at Soldier Field three times.
The team said it will travel approximately 12,576 miles during the season.
Here’s a look at the schedule:
Week 1. Sept 13 vs. Packers at noon (Fox)
Week 2. Sept. 20 vs. Cardinals at noon (Fox)
Week 3. Sept. 27 at Seahawks at 3:25 p.m. (CBS)
Week 4. Oct. 4 vs. Raiders at noon (CBS)
Week 5. Oct. 11 at Chiefs at noon (Fox)
Week 6. Oct. 18 at Lions at noon (Fox)
Week 7. Bye
Week 8. Nov. 1 vs. Vikings at noon (Fox)
Week 9. Nov. 9 at Chargers at 7:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Week 10. Nov. 15 at Rams at noon (Fox)
Week 11. Nov. 22 vs. Broncos at noon (CBS)
Week 12. Nov. 26 at Packers at 7:30 p.m. (NBC)
Week 13. Dec. 6 vs. 49ers at noon (Fox)
Week 14. Dec. 13 vs. Redskins at noon (Fox)
Week 15. Dec. 20 at Vikings at noon (Fox)
Week 16: Dec. 27 at Buccaneers at noon (Fox)
Week 17. Jan. 3 vs. Lions at noon (fox)