The Bears (8-4) will look to rebound from last weekend’s overtime road loss to the Giants when they return home to host the Los Angeles Rams (11-1) Sunday night at Soldier Field. The game had been scheduled for noon (CT), but was flexed to 7:20 p.m.
The Bears enter Week 13 with a game-and-a-half lead atop the NFC North over the Vikings (6-5-1), who visit the Seahawks (7-5) Monday night in Seattle.
The Rams have already clinched their second straight NFC West title and own the best record in the NFL. After winning their first three games by a combined 66 points, six of their last eight victories have come by seven points or less (7, 2, 3, 2, 5 and 3). Their only loss came Nov. 4 when they fell to the Saints 45-35 in New Orleans.