Tampa Bay (3-1) at Chicago (3-1), 8:20 p.m. on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon. They met in Super Bowl LII and Nick Foles came out on top against Tom Brady. They meet again, this time wearing different jerseys, with Brady leaving the Pats for Tampa Bay, while Foles traded his Eagles green for Bears Orange and Blue. Tampa Bay and Chicago, both 3-1, meet Thursday night at Soldier Field in the week five opener.

Brady and the Buccaneers erased a 24-14 deficit against the Los Angeles Chargers at Raymond James Stadium and came away 38-31 winners in the Sunshine State last Sunday. Trailing by 10 at the intermission, the Buccaneers proceeded to outscore the Chargers 24-7 in the final 30 minutes of action, taking the lead for good as they would use a 9-yard TD toss from Brady to RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn and a Ryan Succop field goal to take the win. Tampa Bay’s Ronald Jones led all rushers with 111 yards as the Bucs out-rushed the Chargers 115-46. Brady threw for 369 yards and five TDs without a sack, while Los Angeles’ Justin Hebert threw for 290 yards with three TDs and was sacked twice (both men threw an interception; Tampa Bay’s Mike Evans led all recievers with 122 yards and a TD). Tampa Bay went 5 of 11 on third down conversions and ruled the clock as they held on the ball for 34:55, while the Chargers, keeping the pigskin for 25:05, was 4 of 10 on third down, 1 for 1 on fourth down.

Chicago suffered their first loss of the 2020 season, falling to Philip Rivers and the Indianapolis Colts at Soldier Field 19-11 last Sunday afternoon. Da Bears trailed Rivers and the Colts 13-3 at the break but managed to outscore the Colts 8-6 in the final 30 minutes of play to keep the contest close. Chicago found themselves held to a season-low 28 yards along the shores of Lake Michigan as the Colts ran for 103 yards. Rivers threw for 190 yards with a TD toss to Mo Alie-Cox, while Foles threw for 249 yards and a TD to Allen Robinson II (Robinson had seven catches for 101 yards; both Foles and Rivers were sacked once and Foles threw the game’s only interception). Chicago went 4 of 14 on third down tries in the Windy City and kept the ball for 27:32, while the Colts ruled the clock, keeping the ball for 32:28 and went 8 of 19 on third down, 1 for 2 on fourth down.

Da Bears lead the series 39-20 (which includes games that were played when both teams were in the same division) and they have outscored the Buccaneers 1,279-962. Their last meeting was in 2018 in the Windy City and would be Da Bears coming away 48-10 winners, while Tampa Bay’s last win in the series came in the Sunshine State in 2017 by a final of 29-7.

Tampa Bay’s favored by 5 and the over/under for the Windy City contest is 44 1/2. Brady is looking for some measure of revenge from the loss to Foles in SB LII, while Da Bears are looking to right their ship from their loss at home to the Colts. Da Bears bounce back from their loss at home in the Windy City but expect the Bucs to make things closer than the 5.

Broadcast Information – 8:20 p.m. on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (field reporter), Kristina Pink (field reporter); NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One: Kevin Harlan, Tony Boselli; SIRIUS: 81 (Tampa Bay), 83 (Chicago); XM: 226 (Tampa Bay), 225 (Chicago)

Referee: Alex Kemp

Injury Report

Tampa Bay
OUT: WR Chris Godwin (hamstring), RB LeSean McCoy (ankle), WR Justin Watson (chest)
DOUBTFUL: RB Leonard Fournette (ankle)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Mike Evans (ankle), WR Scott Miller (hip, groin)

Chicago
OUT; S Deon Bush (hamstring)
DOUBTFUL: S Sherrick McManis (hamstring)
QUESTIONABLE: WR Darnell Mooney (shoulder)

Weather: Mostly clear and 59 degrees

Broadcast information, officials and injury report courtesy the National Football League, odds courtesy Don Best, weather information courtesy The Weather Channel