Packers at Saints Week 3: Start time, live stream, TV info and more

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How to watch the Packers in Week 3.

Two wins in two weeks. Exactly the start to the regular season the Green Bay Packers had hoped for.

It’s not out of the question that the Packers could finish this weekend three games ahead of both the Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions. The Packers will need to win, of course, but the Vikings take on the Tennessee Titans, while the Lions meet the Arizona Cardinals. Both Tennessee and Arizona are undefeated.

But Green Bay will also need to win against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday night for that to happen. Here’s how you can watch the game:

Date: Sunday, Sept. 27
Kickoff time: 7:20 p.m. CT
Location: New Orleans, LA
Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome
TV channel: NBC
Radio: WTMJ Milwaukee/WIXX Green Bay
Live stream: NBC Live Extra, fuboTV
Predictions: Lombardi Ave staff picks

One of the biggest stories entering this game, for both teams, is injuries.

The Packers will almost certainly be without wide receiver Davante Adams, although he is officially listed as “doubtful” on the injury report due to a hamstring injury. The Saints have ruled out their number one wide receiver, Michael Thomas, with an ankle injury.

Saints defensive end Marcus Davenport is questionable with an elbow injury. Former Packer Ty Montgomery could also miss the game; he’s questionable with a hamstring injury.

Along with Adams, the Packers will likely be without rookie tight end Josiah Deguara again this week. They could also be missing safety Darnell Savage and guard Elgton Jenkins.

Even with all the injuries, this is set to be an interesting early-season contest between two of the top teams in the NFC. The Packers have a great opportunity in front of them. They can put themselves in a great position should they go 3-0, while also taking a potentially crucial tiebreaker over the Saints.

Do you think Green Bay will get the win on Sunday Night Football? Go Pack Go!