CHICAGO — The National Football League has announced their entire roster of teams’ schedules, which included the Chicago Bears. Here’s a breakdown of the Bears’ schedule, week by week:

Week 1 – Sept. 8 vs. Tennessee

Week 2 – Sept. 15 at Houston (SNF)

Week 3 – Sept. 22 at Indianapolis

Week 4 – Sept. 29 vs. Los Angeles Rams

Week 5 – Oct. 6 vs. Carolina

Week 6 – Oct. 13 vs. Jacksonville (in London)

Week 7 – Bye week

Week 8 – Oct. 27 at Washington

Week 9 – Nov. 3 at Arizona

Week 10 – Nov. 10 vs. New England

Week 11 – Nov. 17 vs. Green Bay

Week 12 – Nov. 24 vs. Minnesota

Week 13 – Nov. 28 at Detroit (Thanksgiving)

Week 14 – Dec. 8 at San Francisco

Week 15 – Dec.15 at Minnesota

Week 16 – Dec. 22 vs. Detroit

Week 17 – Dec. 26 vs. Seattle (TNF)

Week 18 – Jan. 5 at Green Bay

Individual game tickets are on sale immediately through Ticketmaster, the Official Ticketing Partner of the NFL. Tickets will also go on sale through SeatGeek and Sports Illustrated Tickets, members of the NFL Ticket Network. For more information, visit NFL.com/tickets.
 
The NFL uses the power of Amazon Web Services (AWS) for its schedule-making process. There are approximately a quadrillion possible schedule combinations each NFL season and over 26,000 factors to take into consideration such as stadium availability, travel requirements, primetime games, competitive fairness and division rivalries. The NFL uses AWS to run high performance computing workloads to find the best possible schedule each year. For more information, click here.

Eli Ong

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