NFL Flex: Eagles-Saints and Steelers-Jaguars among Week 11 changes

NFL Flex: Eagles-Saints and Steelers-Jaguars among Week 11 changes

The NFL announced Monday the Bears home game on Sunday, November 18 against the Minnesota Vikings will now be a 7:20 p.m. kickoff.

The Chicago Bears are moving to prime time.

The Bears will wear their orange jerseys for the second time this season against the Vikings, having previously lost to the Dolphins 31-28 in overtime October 14 in Miami.

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The Bears vs Vikings game replaces the 5-2-1 Pittsburgh Steelers at the 3-5 Jacksonville Jaguars, a rematch of last season's wild 45-42 AFC Divisional round matchup that propelled the upstart Jaguars into the AFC Championship game. "To be flexed for that game, a division game, should be exciting to our team and our players". "But we can't worry about that".

The NFL also made one other change to the Week 11 schedule: The game time for the Eagles-Saints game has been pushed back.

The Eagles game November 18 at New Orleans has been moved from 1 4:25 p.m. ET. But Nagy wasn't a part of that losing stretch, and the first-year head coach said the Bears aren't talking about those past struggles.