Packers vs Chiefs live stream: how to watch NFL online from anywhere. Rodgers’ absence gives the hapless Chiefs hope. A showdown for the ages between Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes has been cruelly snatched away from us, but considering how the Chiefs are playing, it’ll be equally intriguing to see if they’re even capable of beating the Packers without their MVP at center. Read on as we explain how to get a Packers vs Chiefs live stream and watch the NFL game online from anywhere.
Rodgers and the organization only have themseves to blame for their second consecutive week of major Covid-19 disruption.
While they managed to upset the previously unbeaten Cardinals without Davante Adams, Allen Lazard and Marquez Valdes-Scantling last weekend, Rodgers is their rock.
The pressure’s on Jordan Love on his first ever career start, but knowing that the Chiefs defense is one of the worst in the league and the Packers’ O-line one of the best should help settle any nerves.
The Chiefs’ rapid demise has been astonishing to behold. They squeaked to victory over the 2-6 Giants on Monday, more because of New York’s mistakes than anything else, but Rodgers’ absence gives them hope here.
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The Green Bay Packers-Kansas City Chiefs game Sunday, Nov. 7 is a shell of what it was supposed to be. The game will be live streamed on fuboTV.
To start, the Packers will visit Arrowhead Stadium without the reigning MVP after Aaron Rodgers tested positive for COVID-19 this week. Instead of having a three-time All-Pro facing a downtrodden Chiefs defense, they’ll turn to second-year pro Jordan Love in his first career start with all of seven regular-season passes to his name.
At least the Packers (7-1) have a record commensurate with expectations.
On the other side, the Chiefs (4-4) and the 2018 MVP have looked nothing like a championship contender. Patrick Mahomes leads the league in interceptions and turnovers, and Kansas City needed a fourth-quarter comeback Monday night just to beat the lowly Giants and even their record eight games into the season.
When is the Packers-Chiefs?
The game between the Packers and the Chiefs is set for 3:25 p.m. (4:25 p.m. ET) on Sunday, Nov. 7.
Will it be live streamed?
The game will be live streamed on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial. The most basic of plans is the “fubo standard” package, which comprises 100-plus channels for $64.99 per month. Like all cord-cutting alternatives, there are plenty of options, especially for sports.
What TV channel will broadcast the game?
The Packers-Chiefs game will be broadcast on FOX.
BELIEVING IN LOVE: The Packers kept the faith in Love, a 2020 first-round pick out of Utah State, even though he didn’t play at all as a rookie and only sparingly in a season-opening blowout loss to New Orleans. Some of Love’s rapid progress came when he got the vast majority of reps as Rodgers skipped voluntary workouts and a mandatory minicamp.
“He’s got his legs up under him. Just more experience,” Packers defensive tackle Kenny Clark said. “I’m not on the offensive side of the ball, but just watching him, you can just see he’s more comfortable.”
TURNOVER TROUBLE: The two-time defending AFC champion Chiefs have an NFL-leading 19 turnovers through eight games, while the Packers entered this week tied with Indianapolis for the second-best turnover margin at plus-8.
“Whether it’s us getting interceptions, getting pressure on the quarterback, guys fumbling the ball — we could punch out the ball. There’s a lot of stuff we’re seeing on film,” Clark said. “That’s definitely something we’re going to put an emphasis on all week.”
MORE ON COVID-19: Adams and Lazard plan to play Sunday, while Packers defensive coordinator Joe Barry, who also tested positive last week and missed the game in Arizona, is also expected to make the trip. Vaccinated players testing positive are allowed to return after two negative tests taken at least 24 hours apart; unvaccinated players testing positive must isolate for 10 days.
FAN ANGST: There were plenty of Chiefs fans upset at their performance heading into last week’s game, leading safety Tyrann Mathieu to label them “toxic” in a since-deleted tweet. Mathieu quickly apologized for it, saying he was merely frustrated at the way the season has been going, and he was given his usual adoring welcome during pregame introductions.
LIVE AND LEARN: The Chiefs have been waiting weeks for Josh Gordon to pick up their robust offense enough to make an impact after the wide receiver signed early in the season. They are hopeful Ingram can make a more immediate impact — perhaps even this Sunday — given how much easier it is for defensive players to get up to speed.
“We’ll see how it goes. We’re not going to put him in a bad situation,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “He just got here and got cracking (Wednesday), so we’ll see how he feels and how comfortable he is.