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Packers vs. Panthers, Week 10 2019: Game time, TV channel, odds, tickets, & more

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Most of the country (aside from the areas that border the Pacific ocean) will get the Packers’ game locally this week.

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Carolina Panthers v Green Bay Packers Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images

This Sunday, the Green Bay Packers will try to respond to last week’s disappointing loss by coming home for their final game before their bye week. Following that 26-11 defeat to the Los Angeles Chargers, the Packers are re-evaluating their preparation habits, which came into question on the road trip to California.

They will head west again a few weeks from now to play the San Francisco 49ers, but before then this week’s home game gives them a chance to right the ship. The Carolina Panthers enters at 5-3, but features a second-year quarterback in Kyle Allen, who has been a bit turnover prone in recent weeks. Mike Pettine will surely try to scheme up pressure on Allen, provided that he can find a way to get the Panthers into third and longs, no easy task against an offense that features Christian McCaffrey.

For most Packers fans across the USA — aside from the West Coast — the game will be on your local televisions. Here are the details to get you ready to go for Sunday’s game.

WHO?

Green Bay Packers (7-2) vs. Carolina Panthers (5-3)

WHERE?

Lambeau Field
Green Bay, Wisconsin

WHEN?

Sunday, November 10, 2019
3:25 PM Central Standard Time (4:25 PM Eastern)

HOW?

TV Broadcast

FOX
Commentators: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews

Radio Broadcast

Packers Radio Network
WTMJ.com
Sirius 81, XM 225

Game Tickets

Buy tickets for Packers-Panthers from StubHub here

ANYTHING ELSE?

Odds

Point spread: Packers favored by 5 points
Over/under total: 47

Last Meeting

Week 15 2017: @Panthers 31, Packers 24

All-Time Head-to-Head Record

Regular Season: Packers lead 8-6-0
Playoffs: Packers lead 1-0 (1996 NFC Championship)