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How to Watch, Stream, Listen to Packers vs. Washington

Sunday's game between the Green Bay Packers and Washington Football Team will be broadcast to most of the nation.

GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Green Bay Packers (5-1) will host the Washington Football Team (2-4) at noon Sunday. Green Bay, playing the only home game over a span of five weeks, has won five in a row. Three of Washington’s losses have come against the Chargers, Bills and Chiefs.

Here is your viewing information for this week.

How to Watch Washington at Green Bay

TV: Fox – Joe Davis (play-by-play), Greg Olsen (analyst) and Pam Oliver (sideline).

Stream: You can stream the game on FuboTV. Get a 7-day Free Trial.

Coverage Map: Check out the map at to see if the game will be broadcast in your neighborhood.

Radio: Packers Radio Network – Wayne Larrivee, Larry McCarren. SIRIUS – 119 (Was.), 121 (GB) | XM: 388 (Was.), 229 (GB) | SXM App: 831 (Was.), 811 (GB). ESPN Radio – Marc Kestecher (play-by-play) and Max Starks (analyst) and Dan Graziano (sideline).

Packers vs. Washington History

Leader: Green Bay leads the series 19-15-1 in regular-season play and 2-1 in the playoffs.

Streak: The Packers snapped a two-game losing streak when they beat Washington 20-15 on Dec. 8, 2019. Green Bay has won the last five meetings at Lambeau Field. Washington’s last win came in 1988, a 20-17 verdict secured on Chip Lohmiller’s late field goal. Don Majkowski was 8-of-26 passing for Green Bay, with five of those completions to running backs and only two to Sterling Sharpe.

Last meeting: In that 2019 game, the Packers raced to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter on a 4-yard run by Aaron Jones and a 12-yard pass to Robert Tonyan. Mason Crosby made a pair of chip-shot field goals to hold off Washington, which scored on Adrian Peterson’s 2-yard run and Dwayne Haskins’ 13-yard pass to Terry McLaurin. Jones had 192 total yards and Kenny Clark had 1.5 sacks.

Packers vs. Washington Betting Odds

The line opened with Green Bay as 8 1/2-point favorites at SI Sportsbook. It was down to 7 1/2 by midweek but back to 8 by Saturday evening and 8 1/2 just before kickoff. The over/under is 47.5. The shortest odds for first touchdown scorer are Davante Adams at +500 and Aaron Jones at +510.

The Inactives List

Cornerback Kevin King and outside linebacker Preston Smith are out for Green Bay but safety Darnell Savage and outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus are active. Washington has three starters on its inactives list.

The Quarterbacks

Green Bay: Aaron Rodgers is 2-3 against Washington in regular-season play and 3-3 overall. He’s thrown 13 touchdowns vs. one interception in those six games but the team has scored 20 points or less four times. For the season, Rodgers is ninth in passer rating (104.6) and only 23rd in attempts. In his last 10 home starts, Rodgers has 29 touchdown passes (plus three more rushing) against only two interceptions for a passer rating of 122.4.



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Washington: The Football Team signed veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick in free agency but he suffered a hip injury in the opener and is on injured reserve. Taylor Heinicke, who kept Washington competitive in last year’s playoffs against Tom Brady and the Buccaneers, is 23rd in passer rating (86.9) overall but has a mark of 107.5 on the road. He’s averaging more than 5 yards per carry but didn’t rush the ball last week vs. Kansas City. Coach Ron Rivera wants him to be more aggressive. “That's something we have to sit down and talk with Taylor about,” Rivera said on Monday. “Is he trying too much to stay in the pocket, too much to go through the progressions instead of being a little creative at times?”

Big-Play Potential

Washington’s got a tremendous defensive front, manned by four first-round picks. But its linebacker and defensive back groups are lacking, and opponents have taken advantage.

Coaches typically define an “explosive play” as a 12-yard run or 16-yard pass. No team has allowed more explosive passes than Washington’s 44. The Aaron Rodgers-led passing attack hasn’t been overly explosive, with its 31 explosive passes ranking 18th.

If you’re wondering how the Packers are 5-1 despite the lack of explosivity on offense and its persistent problems in the red zone, look no further than Joe Barry’s defense. Green Bay has allowed 36 explosive plays (14 runs, 22 passes). Only Buffalo (27) and San Francisco (31) have allowed fewer.

The Packers are plus-7 in The 33rd Team’s Big Play Index.

Packers-WFT Injury Report


Out: OT Dennis Kelly (back), C Josh Myers (knee).

Questionable: CB Kevin King (shoulder), S Darnell Savage (concussion), OLB Preston Smith (oblique).


Out: RT Sam Cosmi (ankle), WR Curtis Samuel (groin), G Brandon Scherff (knee), WR Cam Sims (hamstring).

Limited: RB Antonio Gibson (shin), CB William Jackson III (knee), DE Shaka Toney (illness).

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