Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers live stream coverage could have a lot of interest. TV game start time for the Packers vs. Steelers is 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday (Dec. 22), with a lot on the line for both teams. The updated weather report for Wisconsin from Sunday morning indicates some really rough playing conditions. That will include blowing snow, possibly making it pretty tough for Matt Flynn and Ben Roethlisberger to really get the passing game going.
ESPN has an updated preview from Sunday morning as well, with the current odds predicting the Packers will win this game by one point. Coming into the day, the Packers are at 7-6-1 and just half a game behind the Chicago Bears for first place in the NFC North. They are also just ahead of the 7-7 Detroit Lions, showing how important this game is going to be on Sunday afternoon. The team is in a must-win situation and really needs Matt Flynn to come up huge.
The Steelers need to win both games to finish out the season and then get a lot of help. Basically they need the Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens to each lose their two remaining games and for the San Diego Chargers to lose at least one of their games. That would create a scenario that could potentially get Pittsburgh into the 2014 AFC Playoffs, but the odds are not in their favor. They first have to take care of business in cold Wisconsin on Dec. 22.
The Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers live stream coverage will also be broadcast in HD format via NFL Network Live. TV game start time is about 4:25 p.m. ET on CBS.
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