Packers vs Lions Game
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The Detroit Lions is going to fight against Green Bay Packers on Monday Night Football, September 20. Packer vs Lions is going to be the final game of the Week 2 NFL.

Both the teams will head to this matchup with 0-1 records. The Lions have their on-form player at tight end in T.J. Hockenson. He caught eight passes for 97 yards and a touchdown last week.





Venue: Lambeau Field, Green Bay.

TV Channel: ESPN, ESPN2




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Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the NFL MVP. He conducts Green Bay’s offence with great skills. The Packers struggled in week 1, but led the NFL in scoring, turnovers, and interceptions, passing touchdowns in the previous season.

When and Where is the Packers vs Lions Game taking place

The match is going to be held on Monday, September 20, 2022. The kick-off of the match will be at 8.15 PM ET.

The match will happen on Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin.  This is the home ground of the Packers. The stadium has a capacity of 81441 spectators. The tickets are in the sale. The tickets will cost you $60. If you want to watch the match from the stadium. So grab your tickets right now before the sales run out.

How to Watch Packers vs Lions Live Stream online?

The Packers vs Lions live stream is available on ESPN plus. You can stream the game via WatchESPN or the ESPN app if you have a cable-login subscription. ESPN is also available on the following platforms if you don’t have a cable connection.

These platforms will show the Lions vs Packers live stream only for their paid subscribers. The monthly subscription fee of FuboTV costs $69.99, Sling TV costs $35 and Hulu+ Live TV costs $64.99 per month.

All these streaming services are available on Android phones and tablets, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox, and Amazon Fire on your mobile devices, tablet, or streaming devices.

How to watch Packers vs Lions Game Live on TV?

ESPN and ESPN will broadcast the game live. You just need to contact your cable operator for the connection. You can also subscribe to ESPN+, which gives better service at $7 per month.

Packers Team Report:

Safety Darnell Savage and left guard Lucas Patrick has been suffering from injury. Both players have injured in the week one loss to the New Orleans Saints. Savage hurt his shoulder in the match and Patrick suffered a concussion. Both players will have a chance to suit up on Monday. They have done a limited practice on Saturday.

The Packers listed two other players on the injury list. Vernon Scott will be out with a hamstring injury. He will miss his second game to start the season. Tight end/H-back Josiah Deguara is also doubtful. He was suffering from a concussion.

Lions Team Report:

Tyrell Williams and Kevin Strong suffered from concussions in week one. They have not been able to practice this week.  Coach Dan Campbell declared that they will not be playing the match. When Williams left the game week one, Benson took his play.

“I think it was a learning experience for him,” Campbell said of Benson, “But it kind of got him acclimated to our offence and he’s been, I feel like he’s a step ahead of where he was a week ago. You can see it in practice, details, just mentally him getting these plays and the terminology. So, I feel pretty good about him going into this one.”


According to FanDuel SportsBook:

  • Spread: Packers by 12.5
  • Over/under: 48.5
  • Moneyline: Lions +460, Packers -620


The Packer had lost seven regular-season games under their coach Matt LaFleur. They never lost two straight games. The team is 6-0 since the start of 2019. They secured five wins of 10 points. Since the arrival of LaFleur, the Packers also won all games against the Lions. Sure, the Lions are more competitive than the previous, but the Packers will dominate them on Tuesday.

Prediction: The scoreline maybe Packers 28-12 Lions


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