Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are seeking a rare 3-0 start under first-year head coach Matt LaFleur as they welcome the struggling Denver Broncos to Lambeau Field on Sunday.
The game is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. ET, and if it’s in your market (coverage map), it’ll be televised on Fox. If you don’t have cable, you can watch a live stream of the Broncos vs Packers on your computer, phone, Firestick, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox One, PS4, Smart TV or other device via one of the following streaming services:
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Broncos vs Packers Preview
Who was the last Packers head coach to start 2-0? Vince Lombardi. That puts LaFleur in some rare air early in his career, but he’s not getting ahead of himself just yet.
“The way I see it,” LaFleur said, “it’s one week at a time. We can’t look any further than today, and preparing to go out and do the best job that we can and get better today. I see it as one game at a time. I’m not worried about what comes down the road.”
The Packers are in the midst of a tough 11-day stretch where they will play three games. They beat their NFC North rival Vikings 21-16 last week and take on the Eagles on Thursday night next week.
“You just grind through it,” quarterback Aaron Rodgers said. “We’ve done this over the years. You’re always going to have Thursday night games, at least one every season, so you know it’s a tight week. … We’ve had a number of these at home and done really well over the years, so we gotta take care of business on Sunday and get ready for a short week knowing that there’s a nice little break coming at the end of it.”
Green Bay third-year back Aaron Jones racked up 116 yards and a touchdown on a career-high 23 carries last week in the win against the Vikings. It’s a nice wrinkle for the Packers, who have had an inconsistent run game of late.
“He did an unbelievable job,” LaFleur said. “Matter of fact, he was our player of the game on offense. He did a great job. But I thought it really started up front, too. I thought our offensive line did a really nice job blocking for him.”
The Broncos fell to 0-2 in heartbreaking fashion, taking the lead late on a gutsy two-point conversion call by first-year head coach Vic Fangio only to see the Bears pull it out with some kicking heroics.
“We’re trying to win games, and if we have an opportunity to win a game with a two-point play at the end there, I’m always going to consider it,” Fangio said.
Emmanuel Sanders has been a bright spot for Denver despite the slow start, recording 16 receptions for 184 yards, two TDs and a 2-point conversion in his comeback from Achilles surgery.
The Packers are 7.5-point favorites with a total of 43 points.
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