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Packers vs. Patriots, Week 9 2018: Game Time, TV/Online Streaming, Odds, & More

The Packers need a win in Foxboro to get back over .500. Luckily, fans all across the country will be able to see the game on local TV.

Green Bay Packers v New England Patriots Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Nationally-broadcast games are great for NFL fans who are displaced from their team’s home media markets, and the middle of the Green Bay Packers’ 2018 season has a whole bunch of them. In fact, they have a span of six games that features four fully national broadcasts and two late-afternoon games that were or will be shown for huge swaths of the country.

This week, they get the second of those Prime Time games shown in every US media market as they suit up against the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football. This game comes three weeks (minus one day) after the team’s lone appearance on Monday Night Football this year and 11 days ahead of their Thursday night game in Seattle, after which they have another Sunday night game ten days later in Minnesota.

Whew. Got all that?

As for the game itself, it is just the second game ever featuring Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady active on the same field (barring anything unexpected between now and Sunday evening). Good luck hearing about anything else around the NFL this week.

Here’s your Game Primer, which provides all the critical information you’ll need to tune in for Sunday’s game.


Green Bay Packers (3-3-1) and New England Patriots (6-2)


Sunday, November 4, 2018
8:20 PM Eastern Time


Gillette Stadium
Foxboro, Massachusetts


TV Broadcast

National broadcast
Commentators: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michelle Tafoya

Online Streaming

NBC Sports Live

Radio Broadcast

Local: Packers Radio Network
National: Westwood One Sports
Satellite Radio: Sirius 81/83, XM 226/225



Patriots favored by 5.5 (as of Thursday)
Over/under total: 57

Last Meeting

Week 13 2014: @Packers 26, Patriots 21

All-Time Series History

Regular Season: Tied 5-5-0
Playoffs: Packers lead 1-0 (Super Bowl XXXI)