Rams vs. Packers Live Stream: How to Watch NFC Divisional Playoffs, TV Channel, Start Time

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The No. 1 NFC-seed Packers will host the No. 6 Rams for an NFL divisional-round playoff game at Lambeau Field on Jan. 16. 

Green Bay (13-3) enters the matchup after a bye week as the NFC's top seed, while L.A. defeated the Seahawks in the wild-card round. The Packers opened as seven-point favorites against the Rams.

How to Watch:

Time: 4:35 p.m. ET

TV Channel: FOX, FOX Deportes

Live Stream: You can watch the NFC divisional-round playoff game live on fuboTV (sign up for a free seven-day trial) or Fox Sports Go

The Packers will attempt to return to the NFC championship game for a second straight season after falling to the 49ers in last year's conference title contest. The Rams last advanced to the NFC championship during the 2018 season and then lost to the Patriots in the Super Bowl

Green Bay has been led by MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers, who recorded 48 passing and three rushing touchdowns for 4,448 total yards during the regular season. Rodgers' top targets have been wide receiver Davante Adams, who scored 18 touchdowns and tallied 1,374 receiving yards in 14 games. Running back Aaron Jones had nine rushing and two receiving touchdowns with 1,459 total yards.

The Rams have dealt with injuries in recent weeks and will be without WR Cooper Kupp on Saturday. Jared Goff will start for L.A. after John Wolford injured his neck in the wild-card game.  

About 6,000 fans are permitted to be in attendance at Lambeau Field for the divisional playoff game per COVID-19 protocols. 

The temperature is projected to be a high of 35 degrees by kickoff in Green Bay, Wis.