Week 11 flexes include Vikings-Bears moving to SNF

Fans will need to adjust viewing pleasures for a trio of games in Week 11.

The NFL announced Monday the following schedule changes for Sunday, Nov. 18:

With the NFC North up for grabs, the Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears matchup was flexed from 1 p.m. ET on FOX to Sunday Night Football on NBC. The Bears (5-3) currently sit in first place with a half-game lead over the Vikings (5-3-1).

The Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints contest will move from a 1 p.m. ET slot to a 4:25 p.m. ET time and remain on FOX Sports. The Eagles (4-4) are a game out of first place in NFC East, while the Saints (7-1) sit atop the NFC South and are on a seven-game winning streak.

Lastly, the league adjusted the Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville Jaguars game from its originally scheduled spot on Sunday Night Football on NBC to a 1 p.m. slot on CBS. The Steelers (5-2-1) hold a half-game lead atop the AFC North and the Jaguars (3-5) are tied for last place in the AFC South.

Calais Campbell on #Jaguars-Steelers game being flexed out of prime time: "We didn’t earn it. We didn’t earn it at all. They want to see teams that they feel like are going to be contenders. And honestly, we have to earn that right again."

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