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Broncos vs. Bears: Watch Live, Start Time, TV Channel, Streaming & More

The Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears will battle it out for the title of the NFL's worst team, with the loser likely drafting USC's Caleb Williams in the 2024 NFL Draft.

The battle for the title of the NFL's worst team is set to take place between the Denver Broncos and the Chicago Bears. These two teams, known for their lackluster defenses, will face off in Week 4 in the Windy City. While both teams have struggled offensively, the Broncos have shown some signs of mediocrity, which could give them an advantage in this game.

However, it's difficult to predict a win for the Broncos. Despite having a slightly better offense, their historically bad defense could still pose a problem. If the Broncos' defense continues to perform poorly, even a subpar offense could easily rack up points against them. The dual-threat abilities of the Bears' quarterback, Justin Fields, could prove to be a challenge for the Broncos' defense, which has been implementing a zone-style strategy under Vance Joseph this season.

Joseph has promised to fix the team's defensive issues, stating, "I'll fix it quickly. I have to." However, it remains to be seen how he plans to address the 10 touchdowns they allowed in a single game. If the Broncos can hold the Bears to just three points, it would be a small victory.

The game will be broadcasted by Andrew Catalon as the play-by-play announcer, with Tiki Barber and Matt Ryan providing analysis. AJ Ross will be the sideline reporter. For local radio coverage, fans can tune in to KOA - 850 AM & 94.1 FM, with Dave Logan as the play-by-play commentator, Rick Lewis as the analyst, and Susie Wargin as the sideline reporter. If you see YELLOW in your region, you'll be able to watch the Broncos-Bears game on your local CBS station.

According to DraftKings Sportsbook, the Broncos initially opened as 2.5-point favorites over the Bears. However, the line has since shifted, and the Broncos are now favored by 3.5 points. This indicates that oddsmakers have a low opinion of the Bears' chances. While I believe the game will be closer than the spread suggests, a loss for the Broncos could have dire consequences for the team.

In our weekly Broncos fan survey, we witnessed a significant drop in fan confidence, reaching its lowest point since the Nathaniel Hackett era. And it's only September. This highlights just how poorly the Broncos have started the 2023 season. Even if the Broncos manage to secure a win, it's unlikely to have a significant impact on fan morale. The Bears are simply not a strong football team.

We have recently rebranded our podcast network to Mile High Broncos Podcasts after being released by SB Nation. If you were already subscribed, you will still have access to our content under the new name. This season, we have an ambitious schedule of podcasts, with two shows a day planned. Our morning podcast will be a short-form version of Horse Tracks, while our afternoon show will be a longer-form program. Additionally, all of our audio and video content can now be found on our Mile High Broncos Podcasts YouTube channel, thanks to Ross Allen's efforts.

For your listening pleasure, here are the long-form shows from Week 4.

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