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Schedule
NFL Regular Season [Week-3] 2017 Game
Date : Thursday, September 28,

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Start Time: 08:30 PM ET
Live/Repeat:Live
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First up is the Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers game streaming live at 8:25 p.m. on Sept. 28. Pregame coverage starts an hour earlier. Highlights will be available for 72 hours after games.

On Week 5 on Oct. 5, watch the New England Patriots at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Fins fans can hopefully see the Miami Dolphins beat the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 26.

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Also, Amazon has launched an Alexa-enabled NFL trivia game hosted by Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch.  Five new football trivia questions will be shared daily through Dec. 25.  Players can unlock exclusive audio content if they answer at least four questions correctly.  To play, say: “Alexa, open NFL Trivia,” according to Amazon.

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To open the season, the Green Bay Packers limited the roles of their top draft picks. That changed in Week 3 when the team finally took the training wheels off cornerback Kevin King and hybrid safety-linebacker Josh Jones.

Due in roughly equal parts to injuries and speed deficiencies exposed in their Week 2 defeat at the hands of the Atlanta Falcons, the Packers defense had to make significant personnel adjustments in advance of their matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals

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Facing similarly difficult matchups with A.J. Green and the Bengals’ three-headed backfield rotation without defensive stalwart Mike Daniels, edge rusher Nick Perry, and top cover man Davon House, the Packers had little choice but to increase the workload of King and Jones.

King largely shadowed Green during the game, allowing most of Green’s 111-yard, one-touchdown performance. However, he did force Dalton to look off Green in several key situations, something the secondary proved unable to do much over the past calendar year. As he learns to better utilize his length and quickness, the Packers will ensure fewer issues with true No. 1 wideouts.