Whether or not you’ll see the Green Bay Packers (2-1) play the New England Patriots (1-2) on Sunday mostly depends on if you live in the Eastern or Western United States. Most viewers in the east will get to see Packers-Patriots in the featured game on CBS. Most in the west will get the Denver Broncos visiting Davante Adams and the winless Las Vegas Raiders during the same timeslot.
The game will be broadcasted by CBS at 3:25 p.m. CT and called by Jim Nantz and Tony Romo, the network’s No. 1 tandem.
Here’s the television coverage map for Packers-Patriots, via 506sports.com:
The map is subject to change. Packers Wire will provide updates if 506sports.com changes the map between now (Wednesday) and Sunday.
The game will also be broadcast on Channel 715 on DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket.
The Packers and Patriots last played in 2018, a 31-17 win for New England at Gilette Stadium. In 2014, the Packers beat the eventual Super Bowl champions at Lambeau Field.
According to the Dope Sheet, the Packers and Patriots have the NFL’s best records since the start of the 2008 season. New England is 164-64, while the Packers are 147-79-2.