Packers vs. Lions Live Stream: How To Watch NFL Online

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The Packers will be invading the Lions’ territory on the first night of the new year. They are both extremely tough teams, who are equally matched and tied in the lead of the NFC North. But who will come out on top in this showdown at Ford Field?

The Lions were once leading the NFC North, but have fumbled their last two games. Meanwhile, the Packers are on a hot streak, winning their last five battles. The Packers are blazing-hot and are looking to steamroll the Lions and move onto the playoffs. Not many games have playoff implications like the one between the Lions and the Packers. Both teams have racked up nine victories and six losses this season. Whoever wins this game will be the new leader of the NFC North.

Five weeks ago, the Packers were 4-6 this season and seemed to be going nowhere. Now, they’re on fire and at the top of their game. Will the Lions be able to cool the red-hot Packers? Or will the Packers reign victorious once more in their battle in Detroit. Look below and find out how you can watch the Detroit Lions take on the Green Bay Packers on your tablet, television, computer or mobile device.


Packers vs. Lions Viewing Details

Date: Sunday, January 1, 2017
Time: 8:30 P.M. EST
Location: Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
TV Channel: NBC, NFL Red Zone
Online: Game Pass
Mobile: NFL App


How To Watch Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions Live Stream Online

Hey, bro. Do you want to watch the Packers battle the Lions? NFL’s Game Pass is here to the rescue! Register right here for a free seven days of pulse-pounding NFL showdowns on Game Pass. But if you don’t want to pay anything, you’ll have to cancel your account before your seven-day trial expires. If not, you will be charged $49.99 for the new mid-season package, which lasts until July 31, 2017. Wow! That’s a whole lot of football! And $74.99 isn’t exactly chump change.


Watch Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions Live Stream Online Without Cable Subscription

You can get Game Pass without having a cable subscription. So, do the clicking and get you some NFL-style fun!

And there’s one more option to see the Denver Broncos battle the Kansas City Chiefs if you don’t have access to cable, but do have access to an internet connection. This option comes in the form of Sling TV, which provides a $25 monthly fee, but if you listen closely, you can see this all for free!

Just click on the Sling website, you’ll find a light blue bar with those incredible words (and that lovely number) “Watch Now 7 Days Free” – if you wanna see this Ford Field showdown then you’re going to want to click on that offer.

You’ll also need to sign up for the Sling Blue package, it costs just $25 a month, but if you decide to cancel within seven days, you will not be charged. Though if you chose to stick around with Sling, you’ll be able to see your favorite shows from a trilogy of ESPN channels to Uncle Grandpa on Cartoon Network, and you’ll be able to see many more NFL and college football games in the future. Sling TV has something for you (sports), and something for the kids (cartoons) too (may also be you who watches cartoons, I still dabble with Adventure Time and Regular Show, and also I’m “technically” an adult.).


How To Watch Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions Live Stream On Mobile/Tablet

Hey, dude. Got that Sling TV subscription, yet? If you do,awesome! Because you’ll definitely need that to access the Sling TV app to watch the Lions attempt to fend the Packers on their home turf.. You can download this app for free on Roku, Xbox One, Google Play Store, Amazon App Store, and last but most definitely not least Apple TV.

Hey, again. Are you a Verizon subscriber? Want to watch this war unfold without having to reach in your wallet? Well, you’re in luck because you just hit the jackpot! For Verizon subscribers only, you’ll be able to live stream local and prime-time games by way of the NFL app. And you’ll be able to download this app for free from Windows Store, Apple TV, and the Google Play Store.

Now is the time for some Sunday night football to bring in the New Year!

  • Brian DunlopCOED Writer
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