Packers vs. Eagles Week 4: Start time, live stream, TV info and more

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How to watch the Green Bay Packers’ Thursday night game against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4.

The first quarter of the Green Bay Packers‘ season will come to an end on Thursday night and, what would’ve been surprising a month ago, they have the opportunity to do so undefeated.

A win on Thursday night would mean they move to 4-0, which would be their best start since beginning 6-0 back in the 2015 season.

But achieving that won’t be easy against an Eagles team looking to end its two-game losing streak and move to 2-2, which would keep them in the mix at the top of the NFC East with the Dallas Cowboys. A loss to the Packers, and the Cowboys would have the chance to build a strong lead early on in the division.

Here’s how you can watch tonight’s game:

Date: Thursday, Sept. 26
Kickoff time: 7:20 p.m. CT
Location: Green Bay, WI
Stadium: Lambeau Field
TV channel: FOX, NFL Network
Live stream: NFL Network Online, fuboTV

The Packers have won the past two meetings with the Eagles. The most recent was in 2016, a 27-13 win on the road that ended Green Bay’s four-game losing streak and started a run of eight straight victories, including the playoffs.

Philadelphia’s last visit to Lambeau Field was a memorable one back in 2014. The Packers dominated, winning the game 53-20. Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes. It was the second game in a row that Green Bay’s offense put up over 50 points. Matt LaFleur would love the 2019 offense to replicate that on Thursday night.

Can Green Bay win its third home game in a row and end the first quarter of the regular season in the perfect way? This is yet another tough test for LaFleur’s team, particularly on a short week.

What’s your prediction? Will Green Bay remain undefeated?