This evening, two teams meet on Monday Night Football with a chance to get their 2015 seasons turned around after ugly starts. Both of these teams have become frequent nemeses of the Green Bay Packers - one as a division rival since its inception and the other with several high-leverage meetings with the Packers over the past few years.
Furthermore, while each of these teams made the playoffs a year ago, they have looked like anything but postseason-caliber so far. Currently the Packers sit at 4-0, with significant leads over both of these teams in the division and conference standings.
Here are the critical things to know for this week's Monday night matchup, including all of your broadcast options.
Detroit Lions (0-3) and Seattle Seahawks (1-2)
The Lions are the lone NFL team that has not yet won a game this season. The Seahawks started 0-2, including a loss at Lambeau Field, before getting in the win column last week against the Bears. This will be Seattle's third straight game against an NFC North opponent.
Monday, October 5, 2015
5:30 PM Pacific Time (7:30 PM Central)
Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters