This week on Thursday Night Football, two teams that made it into the playoffs last season go head-to-head as both look to save their seasons. The loser will be below .500 and could see all hopes for a return to the postseason fade away. Here is a chance to see who rises to the occasion and enjoy the game in beautiful ultra-high resolution. You can stream the Dallas Cowboys vs. Chicago Bears in 4K on Fubo TV
The Dallas Cowboys play against the Chicago Bears at 8 p.m. Eastern this Thursday, Dec. 5. It will be broadcast live from historic Soldier Field in Chicago. The game will be brodcast on Fox, and streaming in 4K through Fubo TV.
The Dallas Cowboys (6-6) are a desperate team, clinging to first place in an awful NFC East division. That desperation could also make them a dangerous team if only they could fix their inconsistency. In their six wins, the Cowboys have been an offensive powerhouse, scoring an average of 34 points in each victory with loads of passing touchdowns. In the six losses, the offense has been almost lifeless, scoring an average of 17 points per loss. Even more alarming is how Dallas only manages wins against bad teams. The combined record of the teams the Cowboys have defeated is 16-43-1. With talented players like Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, who combined for 33 touchdowns so far, head coach Jason Garrett is playing for his job, no matter what his owner Jerry Jones might say.
The Chicago Bears (6-6) have been one of the most disappointing teams in the NFL this season, but they're hoping it isn't too late to turn things around. They started the season with major expectations and a 3-1 record. They went on to lose five of their next six games. Now they are coming off of back to back wins but the Bears are still two games out of the NFL Playoff picture. After Dallas, the Bears have remaining games against three playoff-quality teams with Green Bay, Kansas City and Minnesota on their schedule in December. If the Bears hope to live up to their expectations in surprising fashion, they'll need to keep their winning streak alive Thursday. If they do, make sure you don't call it a comeback.
Watching sports in 4K HDR is a phenomenal experience, especially for December football. NFL watchers have been able to stream 4K games nearly every Thursday this season. We will be sure to update you if any more 4K games are added to the NFL schedule.
Fubo TV includes select 4K broadcasts as part of their live TV streaming plans with no extra cost on a long list of supported 4K devices. The Fox Sports app may offer 4K streams, but that is limited to just two types of supported devices. Fubo in 4K is available with most 4K HDR streaming platforms. Just connect a 4K compatible display to any of the Fubo 4K compatible streaming devices listed here:
- Internet Explorer
- Apple TV 4K
- Chromecast Ultra
- Fire TV 4K Stick
- Fire TV Cube
- Roku Premiere / Premiere+
- Roku Ultra
- Roku Streaming Stick+
- Roku 4K TVs
- Nvidia Shield TV & other Android TVs
- Supported Android phones
Fubo TV costs $55 a month for the standard plan, which includes 83 channels, 30 hours of cloud DVR, and can be watched on two screens at a time. Fubo also offers additional plans that can upgrade your channels, cloud DVR recording, number of screens or add premium channels.
Football in 4K will be rolling on Fubo all Fall. Next Thursday, Dec. 12 you can stream the
New York Jets as they face the Baltimore Ravens in 4K.
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