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How to watch, live stream Cowboys vs. Packers: Time, TV channel, odds, predictions

We all know how the last game between the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys at Lambeau Field ended. There’s no need to re-hash Dez Bryant ‘s overturned catch, especially because there is so much new to talk about with these Cowboys.

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Ezekiel Elliott is off to a record-setting start, leading the NFL in rushing through five weeks after becoming the first Cowboys rookie to run for 100-plus yards in three straight games and the third rookie ever to run for 130-plus yards in three straight games. The offensive line is mauling everyone in sight to clear the way for Zeke and give fellow rookie sensation Dak Prescott time to scan the field and find open receivers — whether Bryant has been on the field or not (he’s sat the last two games with a hairline fracture in his knee).
The Packers enter this game at 3-1, a half-game behind Dallas by virtue of having already taken their bye, but with the exception of a blistering performance against the Detroit Lions , the Green Bay offense has not hummed at its usual efficiency.
Aaron Rodgers has a career-low 56.1 completion percentage and is averaging only 6.3 yards per attempt. His biggest issue has been passing under pressure. Per Pro Football Focus, Rodgers has completed only nine of 32 passes when pressured this season, for 134 yards, a touchdown and an interception. From a clean pocket, he’s 69 of 107 for 742 yards, eight touchdowns, and two picks. Luckily for the Packers, they’re going up against a Cowboys defense that has pressured the quarterback on only 27.6 percent of dropbacks this season, the fifth-lowest mark in the NFL.
Can the Cowboys run against the stout Green Bay defense? Can the Packers keep Rodgers’ pocket clean so he can attempt to pick apart what has been a surprisingly effective Dallas secondary? We’ll find out on Sunday.

How to Watch
What: Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers
When: Sunday, Oct. 16, 4:25 p.m. ET
Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
Sunday Ticket: DirecTV
Live Stream: Watch NFL HD Stream Here

Odds: The Packers are 4-point favorites, according to SportsLine

Injury Report
S Chris Banjo (Hamstring) — Out
TE Jared Cook (Ankle) — Out
RB Eddie Lacy (Ankle) — Questionable
CB Damarious Randall (Groin) — Questionable
CB Sam Shields (Concussion) — Out
RB James Starks (Knee) — Questionable

K Dan Bailey (Back) — Questionable
WR Dez Bryant (Knee) — Questionable
CB Morris Claiborne (Ankle) — Questionable
RB Lance Dunbar (Knee) — Questionable
T Chaz Green (Foot) — Out
DE David Irving (Concussion) — Questionable
DT Terrell McClain (Arm) — Questionable
QB Tony Romo (Back) — Out
CB Orlando Scandrick (Hamstring) — Out
T Tyron Smith (Back) — Questionable
LB Kyle Wilber (Neck) — Questionable
WR Terrance Williams (Shoulder) — Questionable
TE Jason Witten (Chest) — Questionable

Prisco’s Pick
This is a big road test for Dak Prescott. With all the talk that he might need to stay on as the starter when Tony Romo returns, this will be telling. The Packers still haven’t looked themselves on offense, but I think they will find a way to slow Dallas here. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers take it.
Pick: Packers 24, Cowboys 17

Source: http://www.cbssports.com/

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Green Bay Packers Live Stream Regular Season: How To Watch The Packers Online

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers never seem to disappoint. Whether their games are at home at Lambeau Field or all across the country, Cheeseheads come out in force to watch their favorite Wisconsin team. The Packers might just have the best following in the NFL. If you plan on watching from home, you may be wondering how you can watch a Green Bay Packers live stream without cable. If you’ve cut cable, or you’ve moved away from the Midwest, the thought of missing a Packers game can be overwhelming. While many fans find fellowship at local sports bars, what do you do if you want to watch from the comfort of your own home? Luckily, there are several options to watch the Packers online without cable TV for the 2016-2017 season, even if you live outside the US.

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How to watch Green Bay Packers Live Stream Regular Season?

The regular season is when the real action begins, and you won’t want to miss a second! Our full NFL streaming guide has all the info you could need on every team in the NFL, and the services below present the best ways to watch the Packers online during regular season. You can watch HD NFL Stream Here.

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For football fans, notable channels include FOX and NBC, which are key for watching local games – FOX and NBC are available in most NFC markets. Sling TV also offers ESPN, which hosts Monday Night Football, as well as NFL Network, which hosts Thursday Night Football plus a lot more. And when you get bored of football (yeah, right…) you can watch live TV shows, movies, news and more on some of TV’s best networks.

I recommend taking advantage of the great limited-time deal Sling TV is running right now. When you sign up for 3 months of service, you can get a free Roku 2 or opt for a discounted Apple TV.

2016 Green Bay Packers TV Schedule

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Packers vs 49ers: Start Time, TV Channels, Live Stream Info

The Green Bay Packers may get to see quarterback Aaron Rodgers under center for the first time this year and the San Francisco 49ers could finally see Colin Kaepernick enter their starting quarterback battle as the two sides clash in Week 3’s preseason game Friday night at Levi’s Stadium.

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Packers head coach Mike McCarthy has kept Rodgers on the sidelines during the two previous preseason victories (both by at least a touchdown over Cleveland and Oakland) with second-year quarterback Brett Hundley and rookies Joe Callahan and Marquise Williams splitting snaps.

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But with Hundley listed as out due to an ankle injury and the importance of the preseason’s third contest, Rodgers is likely to handle a series or two in order to build some rapport with the offense before the regular season opener at Jacksonville on Sept. 11.

Green Bay’s also dealing with several other injuries on both sides of the ball, but each should allow younger players a holding out hope for a roster spot more time on the field. Safety Morgan Burnett, offensive linemen Josh Walker and Jacob Flores, and wide receiver Jeff Janis are all expected to sit against San Francisco.

Wide receiver Jordy Nelson, who’s missed all of 2015 with a torn ACL suffered during the preseason, is questionable with a knee injury as well.
Burnett’s absence could help rookies Marwin Evans and Kentrell Brice. Coming out of Louisiana Tech as an undrafted free agent, Brice has led the Packers with nine tackles in the preseason and Evans is tied for fourth on the team with five total tackles as Green Bay perhaps looks for more depth behind starters Burnett and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.

Kaepernick was suffering from a “dead arm” as early as last week, but leading up to the showdown with the Packers he and Blaine Gabbert have split reps in practice this week. On Wednesday, first-year head coach Chip Kelly said he had yet to decide who will start against Green Bay.

“We haven’t discussed it, yet,” Kelly said to CSN Bay Area. “We got two days of training to go through. We’ll see. (Kaepernick is) on track. We’re excited and we’re hopeful he will be ready to go. But I’m not going to put the cart before the horse. We have a system. When we get to Friday, we’ll know exactly from (head athletic trainer Jeff Ferguson) who’s up and who’s down.”

Gabbert’s currently first on the depth chart and has completed 10 of his 19 passes for 132 yards and a touchdown, but Kaepernick thinks he can reclaim the job that was his for the last three and a half seasons.

“I’m going to go out and show everything I can these next two games,” Kaepernick said, “and make sure I put my best foot forward to show this organization, this team, this coaching staff, what I’m capable of.”

Meanwhile, San Francisco will continue to see who can claim inside linebacker duties next to All-Pro NaVorro Bowman. It’s currently a three-way race between Michael Wilhoite, Ray-Ray Armstrong, and Gerald Hodges. From a statistical perspective, Wilhoite has the edge with seven total tackles in two games and he’s currently first on the depth chart.

Kickoff: 10 p.m. ET but NFL Network will cut into the game starting at 11 p.m. ET

TV Channels: WGBA-NBC 26 (Green Bay); KPIX-CBS 5 (San Francisco); NFL Network

Live Stream: A live stream is available Here

Raiders at Packers live stream: How to watch

The Oakland Raiders believe they are going to be a good team this year. Head coach Jack Del Rio constantly reminds his team that they will be and they looked the part in their first preseason games. Finally loaded with talent across the board at all levels, the Raiders have a chance to take over the AFC West if players can step up enough this season. The signs are there and they feel they can be even better than good. On Thursday night, they will get a good test against the Green Bay Packers.

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Date: Thursday, August 18, 2016

Start Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Green Bay, WI
Venue: Lambeau Field
Live Stream:  Watch NFL HD Stream Here

For those fans of the two history-laden franchises that want to watch the game online, it can be seen via a live stream. That means logging onto NFL Game Pass with your subscription to watch the game. Here’s everything you need to know about watching the Raiders and Packers. Details for Thursday are below.

After suffering through multiple injuries last season, the Packers are just hoping to get through the game without injuries. It will be reps for the starters that are just getting ready to get tuned up for the regular season. The bottom of the roster will be fighting for their jobs.

It will be interesting to watch the dynamic between these two teams. The Raiders really let their starters get a decent amount of reps in their first preseason game, so they should see plenty of action in this one as well.

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Packers vs Colts 2016 live stream: How to watch the Hall of Fame Game online

The NFL returns Sunday night with the Hall of Fame Game featuring the Green Bay Packers and the Indianapolis Colts. If you’re not one of the lucky people traveling to Canton, Ohio to welcome the 2016 preseason, you can stream the game via WatchESPN on your computer, or you can enjoy it using the WatchESPN app on your mobile device.

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While teams are generally wary of giving starters too much playing time in preseason action because of the need to avoid injuries in meaningless games, Colts head coach Chuck Pagano has said that he will play all of his starters, including quarterback Andrew Luck. Pagano still left a little room to change his mind about that, though.

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Perhaps this will give the Colts a competitive advantage, considering that Andrew Luck likes to win. As a matter of fact, he recently told The MMQB that his favorite word is “win.”

After inking a new deal with the Colts that made him the highest-paid quarterback in the league, Indianapolis is surely hoping that Sunday’s game is the start of a comeback season for Luck.

The team will, however, be without first-round draft pick Ryan Kelly. Pagano ruled out the rookie center due to a shoulder strain.

For the Packers, Aaron Rodgers is unlikely to take the field on Sunday after being held out of Thursday’s practice. Green Bay’s backup, Brett Hundley, also missed Thursday’s practice with an ankle injury, so the Packers may be facing off with the Colts’ starters with either Joe Callahan or Marquise Williams — both of whom are undrafted free agent rookies — under center.

Rodgers was given the night off from practice to rest, and not because of any type of injury, meaning he could play if the Packers so choose. Rodgers doesn’t typically see a great deal of preseason action, so it won’t be surprising if Green Bay opts to keep him sidelined.

If the Packers get desperate, perhaps Brett Favre could pull the Packers jersey (not the Vikings one, obviously) from his locker in the Hall of Fame and suit up for Green Bay. Fans surely wouldn’t mind getting one more glimpse of the ol’ gunslinger following his induction into the Hall of Fame Saturday evening.

A few facts about Sunday’s game:

This will mark the first occasion the new Monday Night Football announcing team will call a game together. Jon Gruden and sideline reporter Lisa Salters will welcome Sean McDonough as the play-by-play guy.
Both teams have representatives being inducted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday. For the Packers, it’s Favre. The Colts will see former head coach Tony Dungy and wide receiver Marvin Harrison honored Saturday evening.
It is the fifth Hall of Fame game appearance for each team. The Colts are 2-2 all time, and the Packers are 1-2-1.
Green Bay’s singular tie in the Hall of Fame game came against the San Diego Chargers in 1980, and neither team scored. The game was tied 0-0 with about six minutes remaining when referees called the game due to inclement weather.

How to watch

Place: Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Canton, Ohio

Time: 8 p.m. ET


Announcers: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters

Online: Watch ESPN

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