Packers vs. Vikings Week 2: Start time, live stream, TV info and more
How to watch the Week 2 game against the Minnesota Vikings.
The important games just keep on coming. Last week, the Green Bay Packers made a statement to the rest of the league by defeating the NFC North champions in their own stadium. And they did so by putting together an even more dominant defensive performance than the Chicago Bears did.
But the time for high fives and celebrations is over. The Packers now need to stack success, as Mike McCarthy often said.
Below, you’ll find the start time, TV and live stream information for the game.
Date: Sunday, Sept. 15
Kickoff time: 12:00 p.m. CT
Location: Green Bay, WI
Stadium: Lambeau Field
TV channel: FOX
Live stream: NFL.com Live Stream, fuboTV
Oddly enough, the Packers are aiming to achieve something they failed to do for all of 2018 — win two games in a row. A win today would also be Green Bay’s first over Minnesota in almost three years. How often have we been able to say that about the Packers in recent years?
Green Bay’s best opportunity to win consecutive games in 2018 actually came against the Vikings in Week 2. Had it not been for a bad roughing the passer call, the Packers would’ve been 2-0 with wins over, you guessed it, the Bears and Vikings.
Hopefully this is where the parallels from last season come to an end.
Matt LaFleur and his team have an early opening to show that they are back and ready to take back the NFC North title. Taking a one-game lead in first place by defeating two division teams would be the perfect start.
This is an important game for so many reasons. Not only what was mentioned above, but also because this is LaFleur’s very first game as head coach at Lambeau Field. He won’t forget this one anytime soon, win, lose or tie.
Enjoy the game. And, of course, Go Pack Go!