The Bears play their game on Sundays, not Tuesdays.
The only time they play on Tuesdays is if they’re in Baltimore and need to make a few stops in the city.
The Bears have played at least three games on Sundays in every season since the league changed its rules in 1992.
The team hasn’t lost a Sunday game on the road since 2003.
The schedule is filled with home and road games, including the playoffs.
The Bears have lost four of their last six games on the calendar.
Bears coach Marc Trestman and offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains will be looking to continue the momentum the team has enjoyed on the home side of the football.
Bears offensive coordinator Doug Pederson and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio have both coached the team to a 4-3 record.
The offensive line has allowed only one sack this season.
The defense has forced 17 turnovers in the last four games, tied for third-most in the NFL.
It’s been a rough stretch for the Bears offense, which has been limited to just 23.8 points per game and 22.6 points in the red zone.
They’re averaging a team-high 32.7 points per contest.
The defensive line has also been limited, allowing 30.8 and 31.8 yards per game, respectively.
The linebackers are also struggling, allowing 21.4 points per outing.
The secondary has allowed a league-high 41 points per day, the fifth-highest total in the league.
The quarterback position is the toughest of the three positions, with Drew Brees, Philip Rivers and Philip Rivers Jr. all having struggled this season due to injuries.
They’ve also allowed a combined 22 touchdowns and six interceptions in the two games they’ve played.
Rivers and Brees have a combined seven touchdown passes and seven interceptions through the air, respectively, this season, tied with Brees for the most by a quarterback in the past 10 seasons.
The defensive line isn’t doing much to help the offense either.
The pass rush is allowing quarterbacks to complete just 30.6 percent of their passes and are allowing the next-best mark in the AFC at 30.4 percent, according to Football Outsiders.
The running game has been able to run the ball only 36.5 percent of the time, tied-for-most by the Raiders.
The unit is averaging a league high of 4.8 rushing yards per play.
That’s up from 3.9 yards per carry last season.
It also allows the second-fewest yards per rush (9.4) and the sixth-fewst rushing yards (6.6).
The defensive backfield has been the biggest issue for the team, allowing 10 sacks and 27 quarterback hits, the third-highest figure in the conference.
The linebacker corps has been solid, allowing only four sacks and 11 quarterback hits through the first four games.