Watch Packers vs. Lions while you’re traveling
A Wisconsin or Michigan native never wants to miss a chance to watch Packers vs. Lions, but sometimes life gets in the way. Even now, some people have to travel for work or family reasons and it might take you away from home.
Geographic limitations don’t have to mean that your streaming subscriptions look like they’ve lost all their value. If you live in Detroit, you will want to stream Packers vs. Lions even if you have to be in Indiana on Sunday. The ability to change locations online can have many advantages for security, privacy, and streaming.
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Detroit Lions (0-1) at Green Bay Packers (1-0)
- When: Sunday, Sept. 20 at 12 p.m. CT
- Where: Lambeau Field (Green Bay, Wis.)
Watch On TV
- FOX Sports will broadcast the game (coverage map below). Play-by-play man Chris Myers joins analyst Greg Jennings and Brock Huard, and sideline reporter Jen Hale.
- The game can also be seen on DirecTV channel 710.
Packers vs. Lions preview
The Packers and Lions had very different weeks in the first week of this bizarre pandemic-tinted season.
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) September 18, 2020
The Green Bay Packers (1-0) took care of business in Minnesota, where quarterback Aaron Rodgers dismantled the Vikings defense in front of an empty stadium. He threw four touchdowns and 364 yards in a rout of the division rival, seemingly shaking off the awkwardness of his team drafting a rookie quarterback during the offseason.
The Detroit Lions (0-1), meanwhile, let victory slip through their hands. Literally.
Playing on their home turf, the Lions allowed the Chicago Bears to make a fourth-quarter comeback. Trailing by four points and driving downfield, running back D’Andre Swift dropped what almost certainly would have been the game-winning touchdown with just seconds left on the clock.
Now these NFC North rivals will meet at fabled Lambeau Field Sunday. The last time they met, in the final week of the regular season last year, Green Bay knocked home a game-winning field goal as time expired.
The Packers made it all the way to the NFC Championship game but fell short of the Super Bowl. Whether they make it back will largely depend on how well they do within their own division, and a 2-0 start wouldn’t hurt.
How to watch Packers vs. Lions NFL football Week 2 Live Stream Free
There are a variety of ways to watch the Packers vs. Lions NFL football Week 2, but you need to start your engine with the basic details. First off, you’ll need NBCSN, which is broadcasting the race. NBCSN can be accessed through a variety of services. We’ll lay them out for you, but ultimately, the decision must be based on your budget and personal needs.
For access to a wide variety of content catered to sports-minded individuals,
is a great way to go. For only $54.99 per month, you can gain access to a great selection of channels including NBCSN. A sweet perk of Hulu + Live TV is that it helps sports fans personalize their individual experience by catering to your favorite teams and interests.
Another great option is
, which comes with more variety than ever. To get access to NBCSN, you’ll need to subscribe to the Sling Blue package for $29.99 per month. Note that Sling Blue may have a wider pool of channels that the alternative, Sling Orange, but it doesn’t include key sports channels like ESPN. Sling does give you the option to combine Orange + Blue for $44.99 per month.
If you like some variety,
might be for you. The family package through Fubo TV costs $64.99 per month and provides access to NBCSN in addition to dozens of television channels. (See all Fubo TV channels.) The same can be said for AT&T TV Now, which will cost you $54.99 per month for a list of channels that is subject to change based on your local listings and offerings.
Last, but certainly not least, YouTube TV offers is one of the more mobile, user-friendly live streaming services to date. For $64.99 per month, you can gain access to live television programming including NBCSN, which will keep you up to date for the next few weeks of the NASCAR postseason.