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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
TV: FOX
Sunday Ticket: DirecTV
Live Stream: Watch NFL HD Stream Here

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

Injury Report
Packers
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

Cowboys
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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Lions vs Packers 2016 live stream: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch online

After two weeks, Green Bay hasn’t found a way to get its offense in gear, even with Jordy Nelson back in the lineup. Detroit is hoping the Packers remain stuck in neutral when the Lions head west to Lambeau Field for a NFC North showdown on Sunday afternoon.

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How to Watch Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers
When: 1 p.m. ET

Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisc.

TV: FOX

Live Stream: Watch HD Stream Here

Announcers: Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, and Pam Oliver

The Packers and Lions will square off in a game with big divisional implications. You can catch this game online using Fox Sports’ live streaming website. Verizon customers can also access the game on mobile devices via the NFL’s official app.

For Green Bay, Week 3’s game represents another opportunity to get its underwhelming offense off the ground. The Packers were held to just 263 total yards in an upset loss to Minnesota last week. Aaron Rodgers fumbled three times, and his typically high-powered offense was limited to only 14 points.

The loss was a step back from the team’s performance in its season opener, but not by much. The Pack were outgained 348-294 before squeaking out a 27-23 victory over a Jacksonville team that was then routed by the San Diego Chargers in Week 2. Through two games, Rodgers is averaging only 206 passing yards per contest.

Fortunately for Green Bay, a banged-up Lions defense could be just the panacea its impotent offense needs.

The Lions will have to hope their players stay on the field after injuries tore through Detroit’s starting lineup in Week 2. Six different starters were shaken up in last week’s loss to the Tennessee Titans. Four — running back Ameer Abdullah (foot), defensive end Ziggy Ansah (ankle), and linebackers Kyle Van Noy (calf) and Antwione Williams (thigh) — failed to return to the game; Abdullah was later placed on injured reserve.

Tight end Eric Ebron and tackle Riley Reiff also missed time due to ailments. Detroit was also without former All-Pro linebacker DeAndre Levy, who may be out for the season with a quadriceps injury.

Jim Caldwell was tight-lipped when it came to his players’ health (“I don’t talk about injuries,” the Lions’ coach told the press after the game), but it’s clear his team will have to deal with more disadvantages than just the Green Bay crowd in the team’s 2016 home opener.

Detroit has seen this NFC North rivalry swing in its favor in recent years. After losing all but three of the 26 meetings between these teams from December 2000 to October 2013, the Lions have won three of their last five games against the Packers — including a win in their last trip to Lambeau Field. Sunday’s game will give them the opportunity to turn that outlier into a streak, as well as erase an embarrassing result from the last time these teams met.

Detroit, leading 23-21, was somehow unprepared for the deep pass as Rodgers lined up behind center at his own 39-yard line for an untimed down at the game’s end due to a phantom facemask penalty. Richard Rodgers drifted into the end zone, uncovered, as the former MVP uncorked a rocket that found his tight end’s hands and delivered a 27-23 road win in Motor City. The ensuing win probability chart looked like a stock market relic from October 29, 1929.

The Lions probably recoiled when they found out the same official who threw the flag for that facemask penalty will be officiating this Sunday’s game, but this time, they’re hoping for a much different ending.

Source: http://www.sbnation.com/

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.

Source: http://fansided.com/