Green Bay Packers Week 10 Game Against Carolina Flexed to 3:25 Start
The NFL has announced that the Green Bay Packers vs. Carolina Panthers game in Week 10 has been flexed to the late afternoon.
Green Bay and Carolina were originally scheduled to play at noon central time on November 10, but now the NFL has flexed the game to the late-afternoon window. The decision was made to give FOX a stronger doubleheader game as the network was situated with a standalone Rams/Steelers matchup.
Week 10 will be an interesting one for the local Sioux Falls market. Detroit and Chicago are scheduled to be the lead early game on CBS. Minnesota will play on Sunday Night Football against Dallas. Green Bay moving to 3:25 leaves FOX locally to take the Giants/Jets, Falcons/Saints, or Cardinals/Buccaneers game at noon on that day. Currently, according to the KTTW website, the Falcons/Saints game would get the nod.
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