The Green Bay Packers, reeling from the controversial touchdown ruling that sunk them in Seattle on Monday night, head home to face a New Orleans Saints team still searching for its first win of the season on Sunday afternoon.
Green Bay (1-2) fell to the Seahawks, 14-12, on a replacement official's questionable touchdown ruling that brought public outcry to its peak. The Packers, however, have not been as sharp offensively as they were when they torched the NFL en route to a 15-1 regular season record last year. Through three games, the Packers rank 20th in the league in passing yards (226 per game) and 28th in rushing (78.3 yards per game).
Meanwhile, the Saints (0-3) have lost each game so far by less than 10 points, most recently blowing an 18-point second half lead at home to the Kansas City Chiefs to lose, 27-24, in overtime in Week 3.
Defensively, New Orleans is allowing a league-worst 215 yards on the ground per game and 262.3 passing yards per game, which stands at 25th in the league.
Kickoff is set for 4:25 p.m. ET at Lambeau Field and will be televised on Fox. Current odds, according to OddsShark, list the Packers as anywhere between 7½ -to 9-point favorites.