How to watch Lions vs. Packers 2013 online, TV schedule, radio and more

In a battle of two teams from the old NFC Central, the Packers will try to even their record.

The Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions will play the first of their two meetings this season on Sunday. This one will take place at the fabled Lambeau Field.

Detroit enters the game feeling really good following a 40-32 defeat of the Chicago Bears at Ford Field last weekend. The Lions are 3-1 and leading the division, giving themselves a nice start to the season in what figures to be a competitive division.

Matthew Stafford has been lighting it up through four games, averaging 309 yards per game. Calvin Johnson is also doing Calvin Johnson things with four touchdowns.

The Packers, on the other hand, enter desperate for a win. Green Bay is 1-2 after blowing a second-half lead against the Cincinnati Bengals in theirlast game. The Packers can at least feel good about their ground game, however, considering it ranks ninth in the league with 128 yards per game.

TV: FOX

Time: 1 p.m.

Radio: GB- WTMJ 620 AM. DET- WXYT 1270 AM

Online: NFL.com, NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL Red Zone (subscription required)

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