Green Bay plays its first game at Lambeau Field in nearly a month as Minnesota comes to town for a divisional matchup on Fox.
The Packers (5-1) recovered from their Week 6 blowout to Tampa Bay by beating Houston handedly last Week. After throwing his first two interceptions of the season, Aaron Rodgers hopped right back on the MVP train with a 283-yard, four-touchdown performance against the Texans. Green Bay has played clean and scored a lot of points this season, scoring at least 30 points in five of their six games. The Packers are the first team in NFL history to have at least 180 points and two or fewer turnovers through a team's first six games.
The Vikings (1-5) are fresh off a bye but have been one of the most disappointing teams in the league this year. A preseason dark horse to reach the Super Bowl, Minnesota has allowed at least 27 points in all five of its losses. Kirk Cousins leads the league at 10 interceptions with Carson Wentz despite finding Adam Thielen an NFL-high seven times in the end zone. The Vikings defense ranks 28th in yards per game and 30th in scoring allowed.
Green Bay and Minnesota have already played this season, with the Packers emerging victorious in a 43-34 win. Green Bay swept the Vikings last season as well.
Here's everything you need to know to watch the Packers vs. Vikings game on Sunday, including kickoff time, TV channels and a full Week 8 NFL schedule.
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