When: Saturday, Dec. 19 at 7:15 p.m. CT
Where: Lambeau Field (Green Bay, Wis.)
The game will be on the NFL Network and also on WLUK-TV in Green Bay and WITI-TV in Milwaukee.
The Green Bay Packers will be taking on the Carolina Panthers in Week 15 with the proclaimed NFC North establishment new off of success over the lowly Detroit Lions. Be that as it may, a week ago’s victory for the Packers was significantly more than simply a win over a divisional rival as a New Orleans Saints loss at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles permitted Green Bay to move into the lead position in the NFC standings.
As it stands today, the Packers hold a thin lead over the No. 2 seeded Saints for the top spot in the conference, which implies that every single game starting now and into the foreseeable future will be similarly as significant for Green Bay regardless of the opponent.
Since the NFL changed its season finisher design in front of the 2020-21 mission, just the No. 1 seed in every meeting will get a first-round bye come the postseason so the last three weeks of the standard season just got exceptionally intriguing for the Packers.
Regardless of the way that the Packers should beat the Panthers on paper as Carolina is ailing amazingly right now and has stayed in the pack for most of the year, Green Bay should come to play to keep its season moving the correct way at the opportune time.
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