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As we did last week, we’re posting our weekly information post a bit early to give everyone an opportunity to get tickets for this week’s game through our friends at StubHub. If you want to catch the last game of the season at U.S. Bank Stadium, you’ve still got plenty of time to get your hands on great seats for Sunday’s season finale. Head on over and check them out!

Well, folks, we’ve reached the last game of the 2019 NFL regular season, and the last game we will see played at U.S. Bank Stadium until August of 2020. The Vikings can’t host a playoff game this year, no matter how deep into the tournament they go, so we won’t be seeing the NFL’s best stadium again for eight months after this Sunday.

We want to make sure that everyone is able to follow along with all of the action from said best stadium in the NFL, so we’re bringing you all of that information right here.

Television Info

We won’t have to wait until the late afternoon for this one, as kickoff for this one is slated for noon Central time. This game will be shown on the FOX family of networks, including KSTP-9 in the Twin Cities, and the game will be called by Dick Stockton and Mark Schlereth.

If you are unsure as to whether or not you are in the broadcast area for this week’s game, here is the coverage map from our friends at 506 Sports. The Bears/Vikings game is represented by the green area.

If you’re using the DirecTV Sunday Ticket package to watch this one, you’re going to be looking for Channel 711.

Our friends in the United Kingdom will not be able to see this one on any of the usual outlets that carry NFL broadcasts. In order to watch this one, you’ll have to use a service like NFL GamePass.

For our men and women serving in uniform overseas, this game will. . .quite shockingly, I might add. . .be carried live on the American Forces Network, specifically on AFN Sports 2. Kickoff is slated for 1800Z, which works out to 1900L for viewers in Central Europe, 2230L for fans in Afghanistan, and 0300L on Monday morning for everyone in Japan and Korea.

Radio Info

If you’re going to be traveling, if you simply prefer radio to television, or if you’d like to try to sync the radio feed up with the television broadcast, you can find a Vikings Radio Network affiliate in your area. Just click on the link to find the full list of partners across the Midwest.

If you prefer satellite radio, or if you’re too far outside of the Vikings Radio Network area to get the game there, you can tune to Sirius Channel 82 or XM Channel 227 to get the feed from the Vikings Radio Network. If you’ll be using the SiriusXM online app, the Vikings’ permanent home there is Channel 819.

Referee Info

According to Football Zebras, this game will be officiated by the crew led by John Hussey. This will be the second time that the Vikings have seen Hussey and his crew this season, as they handled the Vikings’ 21-16 loss at Lambeau Field back in Week 2.

Weather Info

Once again, the weather won’t be affecting this one during the actual game, so there’s nothing to worry about there. If you’re planning on engaging in pregame festivities, it doesn’t appear as though it’s going to be a banner day for it according to our friends at WeatherNation. The forecast is currently calling for temperatures to be right around 40 degrees with rain showers under cloudy skies, with the potential of that turning into a rain/snow mix by the time everyone’s getting ready to leave the stadium and come back home.

Streaming Info

Since this game is on FOX, your primary streaming option is going to be Fubo.tv. They provide over 100 channels of live, streaming sports. They also have a free seven-day trial so that you can check out the service for yourself.

The other legal streaming alternative is NFL GamePass.

As always, we won’t be tolerating links to illegal streaming sites here at The Daily Norseman. Don’t post them or even hint at them. If you want an illegal stream that badly, do the search for it yourself. . .somewhere else.

That should be everything you need to know if you want to follow the action from. . .or even get tickets for. . .the 2019 regular season finale at U.S. Bank Stadium between the Chicago Bears and your Minnesota Vikings. Keep it right here for more coverage of this week’s game.