Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons: Live Stream, TV Info, and More

Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons: Live Stream, TV Info, and More


The Green Bay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons, both 1-0 teams, are set to face off in an exciting matchup on Sunday, Sept. 17. Fans can catch the game live streamed on fuboTV or DirecTV Stream.

The Packers, led quarterback Jordan Love, have shown promise in their season opener, looking much like the team with Aaron Rodgers at the helm. Love threw for 245 yards and three touchdowns in a 38-20 victory over the Chicago Bears. He will be looking to build on his strong performance against the Falcons.

On the other hand, the Falcons find themselves in unfamiliar territory with a winning record after defeating the Carolina Panthers 24-10. This is the first time the Falcons have had a winning record since the end of the 2017 season.

The Packers and Falcons will kick off at noon (1 p.m. ET) on Sunday, Sept. 17. If you are unable to watch the game on TV, you can live stream it on fuboTV or DirecTV Stream.

FuboTV offers a free trial and has different packages to choose from. The “fubo pro” package includes over 146 channels for $74.99 per month, along with features like cloud-based DVR and the ability to watch on up to 10 screens simultaneously. There are also higher-tier packages available, including additional channels and services like Showtime.

DirecTV Stream also offers a free trial and has four different options to choose from. The Entertainment Package, Choice Package, Ultimate Package, and Premier Package offer different channel lineups and features. Prices range from $54.99 to $134.99 per month during the promotional period.

Both fuboTV and DirecTV Stream provide easy sign-up processes and offer a variety of channels to cater to your entertainment needs.

If you prefer traditional television, the game will also be broadcast on Fox. However, please note that blackouts may apply.

Now, get ready for an action-packed game between the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons. Sources: The Associated Press.