The Green Bay Packers (3-0) face off against the Denver Broncos at Lambeau Field.
The Packers will look for their 10th consecutive win including playoffs, but hope to pull away from their opponent instead of having the game in doubt going late into the fourth quarter.
The Broncos meanwhile are looking to bounce back from another close loss. Tim Tebow will finally see some action under center today according to reports from the Broncos and are hoping their passing offense will finally come to life.
Champ Bailey is out for the Broncos. He likely would have seen some time against Jermichael Finley so this could possibly mean another big game for the Packers tight end.
Word out of Denver that Tim Tebow could see some red zone action today. I have watched Tebow for a long time and you can’t underestimate his abilities in the red zone. The Packers have a tendency to struggle against athletic quarterbacks, so this added wrinkle will be interesting to watch.
Very sunny day today at Lambeau. Beautiful day for football.
How many Cheeseheads will have their eyes on their phones checking the Brewers score? I kid. Sort of.
Derrick Sherrod will be the backup to Chad Clifton. The Packers first round draft pick makes his NFL regular season debut.
Broncos down two WRs with Eddie Royal and Demaryius Thomas inactive.