New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers
The Packers and Jets meet in an inter-conference matchup in Week 2 on Sunday. New York is 1-0 after beating the Oakland Raiders 19-14 in Week 1, while Green Bay is 0-1 after falling to the Seattle Seahawks 36-16.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.
TV coverage: CBS
Odds: The Packers are nine-point favorites, according to BetOnline.ag, as of Friday.
In the teams' last meeting in 2010, Green Bay defeated the Jets 9-0 on the road.
In their home opener last season, the Packers defeated Washington 38-20.
Offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga left the season opener with a sprained MCL. As of Thursday, it wasn't known how long he'll be out.
The offensive line allowed three sacks to the Seahawks.
Running back Eddie Lacy also left the game against Seattle due to a concussion.
Rodgers' 189 passing yards against the Seahawks were his fewest in a full game since he had 173 against the Lions on Dec. 9, 2012.
Green Bay managed just 255 total yards against Seattle's defense, the team's third-fewest total since the start of 2012.
Tight end Brandon Bostick, who injured his fibula in the preseason, could return against the Jets.
Defensive coordinator Dom Capers said he could make changes to the starting defense for Week 2.
Corey Linsley became the sixth rookie center to start Week 1 in the last five years against the Seahawks.
New York won its three previous games against the Packers before losing in 2010.
In their road opener last season, the Jets fell to the New England Patriots 13-10.
The Jets won their most recent game in Green Bay, beating the Packers 38-10 in 2006 with Chad Pennington at quarterback.
The Jets hold an 8-3 lead in the all-time series against the Packers.
Starting cornerback Dee Milliner missed the game against the Raiders due to a high ankle sprain. Head coach Rex Ryan said he is "cautiously optimistic" Milliner will play Sunday.
New York held the Raiders to just 158 total yards, putting them No. 1 in the NFL in total defense.
The Jets also lead the NFL with 212 rushing yards on the strength of Chris Johnson's 68 yards and Chris Ivory's 102 yards in Week 1.
New York's offensive line allowed two sacks and six tackles for loss last week.
Under Ryan, the Jets are now 8-1 against rookie quarterbacks making their first starts against the Jets.
New York had 11 penalties for 105 yards in Week 1.
- Ben Estes