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Green Bay Packers vs Seattle Seahawks Live Stream

Green Bay Packers will host Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Divisional Playoffs this Sunday evening on January 12.

This season, the Packers seeded #2 in the NFC & received the playoffs first-round bye along with home-advantage for Divisional round. On the other, the Seahawks defeated the Eagles in the NFC Wild Card Playoffs.

When And Where To Watch Green Bay Packers vs Seattle Seahawks Free Stream?

When Is Kick-Off? January 12, Sunday
What Time Is Kick-Off? 6:40 PM (ET)
Where Is it Being Played? Lambeau Field
TV Channel/Live
Referee? Clete Blakeman


Where To Watch Green Bay Packers vs Seattle Seahawks Live Score?

Green Bay Packers vs Seattle Seahawks live score will be available here.

Possible Lineups

Green Bay Packers                 TBA
Seattle Seahawks                 TBA


Super Bowl Victory Record

The Packers have won 4 Super Bowl titles out of 5 appearances; made two consecutive wins in Super Bowls I and II.

The Seahawks record an only Super Bowl victory (in XLVIII) through 3 visits so far.

Head-To-Head (In Playoffs)

In the total of 24 overall meet-ups, the teams faced each other only 3 times in playoffs, in 2004, 2008 & 2015.

The Packers won 2 times, in 2003 Season NFC Wild Card & 2007 Season Divisional Playoffs, while the Seahawks turned victorious in the NFC Championship of the 2015 Season.

Injury Report

Green Bay Packers report injured reserves for Equanimeous St. Brown (WR), Malcolm Johnson (RB), Greg Roberts (LB), Raven Greene (DB), Yosh Nijman (T), Curtis Bolton (LB) and Cole Madison (G).

Moreover, the Packers’ Danny Vitale (FB), Tyler Lancaster (DT), Dexter Williams (RB), Kenny Clark (NT), Billy Turner (T) and Preston Smith (OLB) are questionable to play.

On the other side, Seattle Seahawks report questionable appearances of Ezekiel Ansah (DE), Erik Walden (LB), Mike Iupati (G), Duane Brown (T), Tre Flowers (CB, Marquise Blair (SF) and George Fant (T).

The injured reserves include Mychal Kendricks (LB), Ethan Pocic (G), Rashaad Penny (RB), Ed Dickson (TE), Jeremy Boykins (DB), Nazair Jones (DT), Justin Johnson (TE) & Adam Choice (RB).

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