The NFL announced that the Green Bay Packers vs. Carolina Panthers game in Week 15 at Lambeau Field will be played at 7:15 p.m. CST on Saturday, December 19, 2020. The game will air nationally on the NFL Network and also on WLUK-TV in Green Bay and WITI-TV in Milwaukee. The game is also available on the Packers Radio Network that is made up of 50 stations in four states.
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Whoa, no Ravens Steelers tomorrow? I was looking forward to that.
Only good game on the slate.
First the NFL takes away our bye week because another team can’t get their Covid situation together, now they take away our Thanksgiving primetime game for the same reason. Smh.— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) November 25, 2020
Kid is a great ballplayer. But I'd like to know what the league is supposed to do. Quite a myopic comment on his part.
Welp, it appears the #Steelers won't play on Sunday against the Ravens. Ravens not allowed back into their facility until Monday at the earliest. The Ravens should be forced to forfeit and the Steelers would be paid in that event.— SteelerNation (@SteeIerNation) November 27, 2020
I heard Lamar Jackson has the 'Vid....That is not cool
Source: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (illness) has tested positive for COVID-19, according to sources.
Lions game now moved too....
Packers-Lions time change
The Detroit Lions remain in perpetual disarray but the Packers are fighting for the No. 1 overall seed in the NFC, so Fox elected to flex their Dec. 13 game at Ford Field to 3:25 p.m. CT.
The Packers are typically network darlings, and spiced by a prolific offense, they are now playing four of their final five scheduled games in front of a national audience despite Philadelphia, Detroit and Carolina being a combined 10 games under .500.
Sunday’s game against Philadelphia is at 3:25 p.m., then the game in Detroit, and the league scheduled the Panthers game for 7:15 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 19. The Packers then host the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Dec. 27 at 7:20 p.m.
If the season finale in Chicago remains a noon kick, the Packers will have played six prime-time games and four games in the national 3:25 p.m. time slot.