Packers vs. Titans dwell rating, updates, highlights from the soccer sport & # 39; Sunday Night time & # 39;
Two Super Bowl contenders, each led by an NFL MVP candidate, will battle it out on Sunday Night Football on Week 16 when the Packers take on the Titans on snow-covered Lambeau Field.
Green Bay (11-3) is the betting favorite to make it out of the NFC and is led by Aaron Rodgers. The veteran quarterback may be 37 years old but has shown no signs of aging this season. He leads the NFL with 40 touchdown passes to just four interceptions and has the chance to stand up for MVP on national television.
On his way are Derrick Henry and the Titans (10-4), who may not be preferred to get past the AFC bosses but are very dangerous nonetheless. Henry leads the NFL in Rush Trials (321) and Rush Gardens (1,629) and is runner-up with 15 Rush TDs. Henry's physicality enables Tennessee to control time of possession and wear down opposing defenses. It also makes Ryan Tannehill a lot more dangerous in the passing game too.
The Packers have already won the NFC North title and want to secure a home advantage in the playoffs. The Titans haven't fully secured AFC South yet, but thanks to the Colts' loss to the Steelers on Sunday, Tennessee can win the division with a win.
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Packers vs. Titans score
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Packers vs. Titans Live Updates, Highlights from & # 39; Sunday Night Football & # 39;
(All times east)
9:36 p.m. – TOUCHDOWN, TITANS. A huge drive to Tennessee is completed with a 12 yard TD pass from Tannehill to Jonnu Smith. Green Bay's lead is shortened to 19-7, with 37 seconds left in the first half.
9:30 p.m. – two-minute warning. Titans have it, second and seven on their 48-yard line.
9:25 p.m. – TURNOVER ON DOWNS. Tennessee blocked a 35-yard field goal attempt and returned it to the Green Bay 10-yard line but was marked offside. Instead, the Titans have to be content with forcing sales on downs after sacking Aaron Rodgers for a 17 yard loss on fourth down. Tennessee takes over at its 29-yard line 4:16 to play in half.
9:13 p.m. – Titans sting. Tennessee is in trouble. The Titans offensive line is not built to provide protection in obvious overtaking situations, and it showed up as they walked three and more on that drive. Green Bay gets the ball back on its 45-yard line with 9:01 in the first half.
9:07 p.m. – TOUCHDOWN, PACKER. Rodgers walks up to Adams from 7 yards to get the duo's second TD connection in the half. Green Bay leads 19-0 and 10:46 minutes ahead in the second quarter.
9.00. – Intercept. Ryan Tannehill's pass in third place is picked up by Darnell Savage. The Packers take over the Titans' 34-yard line at 1:30 p.m. in the second quarter.
8:54 p.m. – TOUCHDOWN, PACKER. With time in his pocket, Rodgers is heading to Equanimeous St. Brown for the easy 21-yard TD. Aaron Jones can't get into the 2-point conversion with Green Bay leading 12-0 at 14:54 in the second quarter.
8:50 p.m. – END OF 1Q: Packer 6, Titans 0. Green Bay made it third and first on the Tennessee 21-yard line early in the second quarter.
8:40 p.m. – Titans sting. Tennessee reaches Green Bay's 32-yard line but opts for the jump-off rather than attempting a 50-yard field goal in heavy snow. A touchback returns the ball to the Packers at their 20-yard line, with 5:48 in the first quarter.
8:30 p.m. – TOUCHDOWN, PACKER. Who else? Aaron Rodgers tosses it to Davante Adams at the apartment, who beats his husband and records it for the 5-yard TD. Mason Crosby misses the PAT, Green Bay leads 6-0 and 9:55 in the first quarter.
8:23 p.m. – Titans win the throw. You will procrastinate and get the packers to start the game.
Packers vs. Titans
All Sunday Night Football games in 2020 have the same start time of 8:20 pm. ET. There are Sunday night games for every week of the season except week 17, although the NFL has the option of including a game in an "SNF" week 17 window.
"Sunday Night Football" schedule 2020
|week 1||September 10th (Thursday)||Kansas City Chiefs versus Houston Texans|
|13.september||Los Angeles Rams versus Dallas Cowboys|
|Week 2||September 20th||Seattle Seahawks versus New England Patriots|
|Week 3||September 27th||New Orleans Saints versus Green Bay Packers|
|Week 4||4th of October||San Francisco 49ers versus Philadelphia Eagles|
|Week 5||October 11th||Seattle Seahawks versus Minnesota Vikings|
|Week 6||October 18||San Francisco 49ers versus Los Angeles Rams|
|Week 7||October 25||Seattle Seahawks versus Arizona Cardinals|
|Week 8||1st of November||Philadelphia Eagles versus Dallas Cowboys|
|Week 9||November 8th||Tampa Bay Buccaneers versus New Orleans Saints|
|Week 10||15th of November||New England Patriots versus Baltimore Ravens|
|Week 11||22nd of November||Las Vegas Raiders versus Kansas City Chiefs|
|Week 12||November 29th||Green Bay Packers versus Chicago Bears|
|Week 13||6th of December||Kansas City Chiefs versus Denver Broncos|
|Week 14||13th December||Buffalo Bills versus Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Week 15||20th of December||New York Giants versus Cleveland Browns|
|Week 16||December 27th||Green Bay Packers versus Tennessee Titans|
|Week 17||January 3rd||TBD|