Packers Game Today: Packers vs. Lions injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel
After last week’s performance, it’s been a long wait for the Green Bay Packers to get back out on the field to put it right.
Sunday’s NFL action saw the Chicago Bears win but the Minnesota Vikings lose, which means the NFC North remains wide open entering a Monday night showdown between Green Bay and the Detroit Lions.
All eyes will be on the Packers tonight as they aim to get back on track versus the Lions in the Lambeau Field opener.
Packers injury report vs. Lions Week 2
Green Bay could be without a few key players tonight. Guard Lucas Patrick is questionable due to a concussion. Safety Darnell Savage is also questionable with a shoulder injury. Safety Vernon Scott has been ruled out with a hamstring injury.
The big injury news this week was that Pro Bowl edge rusher Za’Darius Smith has been placed on injured reserve as he continues to deal with a back injury. He will miss at least three games.
Packers vs. Lions odds, spread, over/under & betting pick Week 2
According to WynnBET’s latest odds, the Packers are 11.5-point favorites in their home opener. The over/under is set at 48.5 points.
Considering how they played last week, Green Bay will have a point to prove. Under Matt LaFleur, the Packers have never lost consecutive games. Against a Lions defense that allowed 41 points last week, Green Bay’s offense could have a big bounce-back game and win by more than 12 points.
What channel is the Packers game on Week 2
Green Bay’s home opener will be broadcast on ESPN tonight, with kickoff at 7:15 p.m. CT.
Packers vs. Lions live stream
You can watch a live stream of tonight’s game on Fubo TV.
Packers next game and schedule
After taking on Detroit tonight, Green Bay has a tough upcoming schedule, beginning next Sunday night on the road against the undefeated San Francisco 49ers. It will be another primetime game, with the matchup being played on Sunday Night Football. Kickoff for next week’s game is 7:20 p.m. CT on Sunday, Sept. 26.
Week 3: at San Francisco
Week 4: vs. Pittsburgh
Week 5: at Cincinnati
Week 6: at Chicago