The Saints and Bears, two teams in a crowded NFC playoff race halfway through the season, will meet Sunday at Soldier Field.
The Saints will try to extend their winning streak to four straight. New Orleans is second in the NFC South with a 4-2 record.
New Orleans, second in the NFC south at 4-2, are coming off a 27-24 victory over Carolina with Drew Brees engineering his 52nd fourth quarter/overtime game-winning drive. Brees threw for two touchdowns and ran for another
It was not all Brees with running back Latavius Murray and Alvin Kamara combining for 195 total yards from scrimmage.
The Bears are on a short week after a 24-10 loss Monday night to the Rams that dropped Chicago to 5-2 and into second place in the NFC North behind the 5-1 Packers.
Nick Foles has thrown for 1,139 yards, eight touchdowns and eight picks since replacing Mitch Trubisky as the Chicago quarterback.
Allen Robinson II is the Bears' leading receiver with 44 catches for 544 yards.
Despite its winning record, Chicago has been outscored by two points in its first seven games.
Kickoff will be at 3:25 pm Sunday on FOX.
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