By Green Bay Packers
The Packers are (1-1) on Sunday Night Football this season. A loss to Minnesota in Week 1 and a win against the Giants at home in Week 5 make Week 11’s matchup with the Redskins the equalizer. Dating back to 1990, the Packers are (24-10) in Sunday night games during the regular season, including (12-8) under Head Coach Mike McCarthy.
Under Coach Mike McCarthy, Green Bay is (83-42-1) during the regular season against NFC opponents. The Packers’ 83 wins and .663 winning percentage both rank No. 1 among NFC teams over that span. Green Bay is (35-27) on the road against NFC teams since 2006, a .565 winning percentage that ranks No. 2 in the NFC, trailing only the Dallas Cowboys (37-26, .587).
The Packers have scored 23 or more points in six of the last seven games. Dating back to Week 3, they are tied for the third-most 23-plus point games in the NFL, trailing only Atlanta and Dallas who each have seven (according to pro-football-reference.com).
The Packers are playing three road games in a row for the first time since 2012 and only the third time in the last 19 seasons (also 1998). Green Bay will next travel to Philadelphia to play the Eagles on Monday Night Football. It is the last of five primetime games that were scheduled for Green Bay this season. The Packers were (2-1) in their first three primetime games this season.