Green Bay will head east in Week 11 after back-to-back home games to face the N.Y. Giants. Sunday’s game was originally scheduled to be a primetime matchup, but was shifted to a late-afternoon time slot through the league’s flexible scheduling. The Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs were moved into primetime instead. The swap is a part of the NFL’s flex scheduling where they attempt to put the most appealing game in the primetime Sunday night spot for the
remainder of the season.
The Packers will be looking to snap a two-game losing streak after falling to 5-4 on the season with a loss to Philadelphia at Lambeau Field in Week 10. Green Bay is tied for second in the NFC North with Chicago (5-4), one game behind first-place Detroit (6-3).