The Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions are scheduled for a game in Chicago on Nov. 13.
That schedule changed, slightly, Monday, when the league announced the NFC North matchup would be moved up from 12 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. to accommodate Fox Sports' doubleheader planning.
Apparently these two teams are of interest to a larger audience.
The last time they met was on national television for a Monday Night Football showdown in Detroit.
Chicago lost 24-13.
Detroit is one of the better stories in the NFL this season. After nearly a decade in the cellar, they've found the right combination to become one of the NFL's elite teams. The Bears are one of the league's most popular franchises and currently sit one game behind the Lions in the quest for a Wild Card berth.
The Bears take on the Philadelphia Eagles this week on Monday night.