What channel is Bears vs. Redskins on today? Time, TV schedule for ‘Monday Night Football’

Looking purely at points scored this season, it would seem logical to reverse the records of the two teams playing on “Monday Night Football.”

The Bears have scored a total of 19 points this season. The Redskins? 48. And yet, Chicago enters the matchup 1-1 while Washington brings its 0-2 record to play. 

While Jay Gruden has watched his team’s defense get walked over in back-to-back matchups against NFC East rivals, having allowed 32 to the Eagles and 31 to the Cowboys, Matt Nagy’s defense has looked its dominant 2018 self, allowing just a total of 24 points to the Packers and Broncos, the latter of whom the Bears beat for a 16-14 win. 

The Redskins will have a chance to get back on track after its slow start to the season, but history is not exactly on its side. Washington has never faced the Bears on “Monday Night Football.” However, FedEx Field does not like it when the television cameras turn to Washington D.C. The Redskins hold a 2-16 record on “Monday Night Football” at home since FedEx Field opened in 1997.

No team has lost more at home on ESPN’s turn to air football. 

But Case Keenum has Washington’s offense off to a solid start, having completed 56 of 81 pass attempts for 601 yards and five touchdowns. Wide receiver Terry McLaurin has emerged as a legit downfield threat in a receiving corp that has played well this season. 

Will the offense finally get its first win? Or will Chicago’s lockdown defense led by Khalil Mack keep Washington’s “Monday Night Football” woes going?

Below is all you need to know about Bears vs. Redskins on Monday night, including kickoff time and TV channel.

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What channel is Bears vs. Redskins on today?

The MNF broadcast crew of Booger McFarland and Joe Tessitore will return to call the Monday night game in Washington. Lisa Salters is ESPN’s sideline analyst, while John Perry works as the officiating analyst. The last time the Redskins hosted the “Monday Night Football” crew, they lost to the Steelers 38-16 on Sept. 12, 2016. FedEx Field is 2-15 on “Monday Night Football.”

Bears vs. Redskins: What time is kickoff?

The Bears appeared on “Monday Night Football” last year around the same time of the season, just a week earlier, when they hosted Seattle for a Week 2 matchup. The Redskins’ ESPN appearance came three weeks later on Oct. 8 when Alex Smith and company traveled to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans to face the Saints. 

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