NFL week 16, Bears vs. Cardinals: Game schedule, TV/radio broadcast info

Jonathan Daniel

The Cardinals may have won their first game in over two months last weekend, but can they keep their streak going with a win over the Bears?

There are plenty of good games during week 16 of any NFL season, but one of the games that is flying under the radar is the Cardinals and Bears matchup in the desert. At this point, the Cards will be trying to play the spoiler role against the Bears, who currently find themselves on the outside looking in of the playoffs.

Want to find out how to watch this game? Check out all of the info below.

Kickoff time: 4:25 PM EST/2:25 PM MST, Sunday, December 23, 2012.

Where: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona.

TV info:

The game will air on FOX and is not a nationally televised game. Tune into channel 10 in the Phoenix area to catch the game.

TV broadcast team: Dick Stockton and John Lynch will have the call.

National radio info:

Tune into SIRIUS channel 123 for the away (Bears) broadcast or 94 for the home (Cardinals) one. Westwood One will also be carrying the game. Check your local listings.

Local radio info:

If you live in the Phoenix area, tune into 92.3 FM KTAR for the game. It will be called by Dave Pasch and Ron Wolfley. For the Chicago area, tune into WBBN AM-780 for the game.

Enjoy the game!

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