Tom Dahlin/Getty Images

How to watch the NFC wild-card game between the Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins.

By SI Wire
January 07, 2016

The Green Bay Packers (10–6) visit the Washington Redskins (9–7) in an NFC wild-card game on Sunday.

The Packers, seeded fifth, took one of the wild card spots after falling to the Vikings in Week 17, ceding the NFC North title and home field advantage. Aaron Rodgers quarterbacks the Packers into the postseason for the seventh straight year. Green Bay has lost two straight games and has struggled to score points recently, but its playoff-tested group should enter fully prepared. After an injury-wracked campaign that began with the loss of Jordy Nelson in the preseason, the Packers are back again and will look to take advantage of arguably the weakest of the four NFC division champions.

The Redskins came out on top of a watered-down division but ended the season on a four-game win streak, scoring an impressive 121 points in that span. Kirk Cousins, in his first full season as a starter, has boasted a hot hand of late, throwing for 11 touchdowns and no interceptions in his past three games. Washington went from last place in the NFC East in 2014 to first and has a chance to win its first playoff game since 2005.

How to watch

Details for Sunday’s game are below.

Kickoff: 4:40 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: FOX
Radio: For a list of Packers affiliates, click here. For a list of Redskins affiliates, click here.

Team schedules


Sept. 13: at Chicago Bears (W, 31–​23)

Sept. 20: vs. Seattle Seahawks (W, 27–17)

Sept. 28: vs. Kansas City Chiefs (W, 38–28)

Oct. 4: at San Francisco 49ers (W, 17–3)

Oct. 11: vs. St. Louis Rams (W, 24–10)

Oct. 18: vs. San Diego Chargers (W, 27–20)

Oct. 25: BYE

Nov. 1: at Denver Broncos (L, 29–10)

Nov. 8: at Carolina Panthers (L, 37–29)

Nov. 15: vs. Detroit Lions (L, 18–16)

Nov. 22: at Minnesota Vikings (W, 30–13)

Nov 26: vs. Chicago Bears (L, 17–13)

Dec. 3: at Detroit Lions (W, 27–23)

Dec. 13: vs. Dallas Cowboys (W, 28–7)

Dec. 20: at Oakland Raiders (W, 30–20)

Dec. 27: at Arizona Cardinals (L, 38–8)

Jan. 3: vs. Minnesota Vikings (L, 20–13)


Sept. 13: vs. Miami Dolphins (L, 17–10)

Sept. 20: vs. St. Louis Rams (W, 24–10)

Sept. 27: at New York Giants (L, 32–21)

Oct. 4: vs. Philadelphia Eagles (W, 23–20)

Oct. 11: at Atlanta Falcons (L, 24–15)

Oct. 18: at New York Jets (L, 34–20)

Oct. 25: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (W, 31–30)

Nov. 1: BYE

Nov. 8: at New England Patriots (L, 27–10)

Nov. 15: vs. New Orleans Saints (W, 47–14)

Nov. 22: at Carolina Panthers (L, 44–16)

Nov 29: vs. New York Giants (W, 20–14)

Dec. 7: vs. Dallas Cowboys (L, 19–16)

Dec. 13: at Chicago Bears (W, 24–21)

Dec. 20: vs. Buffalo Bills (W, 35–25)

Dec. 26: at Philadelphia Eagles (W, 38–24)

Jan. 3: at Dallas Cowboys (W, 34–23)

You May Like

Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)