TV, radio and online broadcasting schedules for Sunday afternoon's NFC North game between Green Bay and Detroit
The Green Bay Packers visit the Detroit Lions Sunday afternoon, hoping they can extend their winning streak to five and stay within striking distance of the division-leading Chicago Bears. The Lions lost last week in Minnesota 34-24, after a two-game win streak.
Since coach Mike McCarthy took over the Packers, Green Bay is 11-1 against the Lions. Aaron Rodgers is 6-1 against Detroit. Though the Packers are coming off a bye, linebacker Clay Matthews has already been ruled out for this Sunday's game, and Brandon Jennings does not appear to be available.
The Lions, at 3-6, need a win to keep hopes of a playoff run alive. The only team without a winning record they play in their final seven games is Arizona. Detroit has made a bad habit of starting slowly this season; they have been outscored by 23 points in the first half in 2012.
Sunday, Nov. 18, 1 p.m. ET
Ford Field, Detroit, Mich.
Detroit: WJBK FOX 2
Green Bay: WLUK FOX 11
Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required).
NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.
NFL Sunday Ticket is available online from DirecTV for subscribers who cannot get DirecTV in their area.
Packers: WTAQ 1360 AM and WTAQ 97.5 FM
Lions: WXYT 1270 AM and WXYT 97.1 FM