When it came time to make a decision a few weeks ago, it was a no-brainer for the NFL to move this game from the early time slot to the late afternoon. The Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts will square off this Sunday, and with both teams at least three games over .500 and leading their respective divisions, it was an easy call to put this contest in a more prominent time slot.
With the game moving out of the early portion of the day, there will be just one other NFL game on FOX to compete for eyeballs. That one pits the Minnesota Vikings, who are starting to surge after an abysmal start to the season, against the Dallas Cowboys, who continue to sit at the bottom of a terrible NFC East.
Thankfully, most media markets across the country will get the better matchup, so unless you are in a Vikings- or Cowboys-focused area, you’ll be able to tune in to see the Packers on your local FOX affiliate.
This game may prove to be the Packers’ toughest remaining test this season. The Colts possess an elite defense, ranking fourth in points per game and first in yards per game. Green Bay should have its full set of receiving weapons together again with the return of Allen Lazard, but will they be able to avoid the struggles they displayed at home against the Vikings and Jaguars in recent weeks?
Tune in on Sunday to find out, and read on to make sure you’re prepared for how to watch the game.
Green Bay Packers (7-2) vs. Indianapolis Colts (6-3)
Sunday, November 22, 2020
4:25 PM Eastern Time
Lucas Oil Stadium
Commentators: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews
Packers Radio Network
Sirius 119; XM 385
NFL App & Yahoo! Sports App (where shown on local TV)
NFL Sunday Ticket
Point spread: Colts favored by 2 points
Over/under total: 51.5
Week 2016: Colts 31, @Packers 26
All-Time Series History
Regular Season: Colts lead 22-20-1
Postseason: Packers lead 1-0 (1965 NFL Championship — Packers 13, Colts 10 in OT)