How to Watch
Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
When: 8:25 p.m. ET
TV: CBS/NFL Network
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Online streaming: NFL Live
Odds: Packers -8.5
Rookie upstart Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater is still on the mend with an ankle injury and wasn't cleared to go with the short week to prepare, so it's going to be an Aaron Rodgers-Christian Ponder matchup at QB. It certainly seems lopsided, but perhaps the Vikings have something in the bag for this one. Otherwise, the Packers could make this one a typical lopsided TNF affair.
And speaking of, we've got what on paper looks to be a one-sided Pac-12 matchup between undefeated Arizona and undefeated #2 Oregon. The Wildcats escaped with wins of a TD or less separating them and the losing team in each of the last three weeks, beating Texas-San Antonio, Nevada and California. Oregon for their part survived an upset scare against Washington St. last week. If they can hold off Arizona, they get a long week to prep for #8 UCLA who should get through Utah on Saturday night pretty easily.
So it's a double billing of what looks like one-sided affairs. Will either game turn into a showdown?