Packers vs Chiefs live score, updates, highlights of the NFL week 9 game


It looks like the first meeting between Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will have to wait. The 7-1 Packers visit the 4-4 Chiefs on Sunday for a Super Bowl I rematch, but Rodgers will miss the game. due to a positive COVID-19 test on Wednesday.

With Rodgers missing Sunday’s game, the odds moved significantly in favor of the Chiefs for the win. Kansas City is coming off a small win last week when they beat the Giants 20-17 on Monday night. The Chiefs are not the same team we’ve grown used to seeing during their deep playoff runs of the past three years as they struggle to stay in the playoff image. Mahomes, for example, leads the NFL with 10 interceptions thrown so far.

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The Chiefs defense has allowed the fourth-most passing yards so far this season at 2,158. They have also given up 220 points in total to their opponents, while the Packers defense has only given up 167 points.

The Packers’ backup quarterback for Sunday is Jordan Love, who will make his first NFL start. He’s only appeared in one game so far this season, the Packers ’38-3 loss to the Saints in Week 1, which happens to be the Packers’ only loss this season. He threw for 68 yards that game with zero touchdowns in relief from Rodgers.

Sporting News is tracking score updates and Packers vs. Packers highlights. Chiefs on Sunday. Follow below for full NFL Week 9 game results.

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Packers vs Chiefs live updates, highlights from NFL Week 9 game

Kick-off is scheduled for 4:25 pm ET. Live updates will begin at that time.

(All the eastern time)

3:40 pm INACTIVE CHIEFS – Five Chiefs players are inactive for Sunday’s game: CB DeAndre Baker, OT Prince Tega Wanogho, OT Mike Remmers, TE Dan Brown and DT Khalen Saunders.

3:40 pm INACTIVE PACKERS – Four Packers players are inactive for Sunday’s game: S Vernon Scott, LB La’Darius Hamilton, LB Isaiah McDuffie and DL Kingsley Keke. Additionally, quarterback Aaron Rodgers will not play due to a positive test for COVID-19 on Wednesday.

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Packers vs. Chiefs

  • Kick off: 4:25 pm ET | 1:25 pm Pacific Time

The Packers vs. Chiefs is scheduled to start at 4:25 p.m. ET from Arrowhead Stadium.

What channel is Packers vs. Chiefs?

  • Television channel (national): Fox
  • Television channel (Green Bay): WLUK-TV
  • Television channel (Kansas City): WDAF TV
  • Live broadcast: Fox Sports app, fuboTV

The Packers vs. Chiefs will air nationally on Fox on Sunday. You can also stream the game live with fuboTV, offering a free seven-day trial.

In Canada, viewers can watch Packers vs. Chiefs on DAZN, who has rights to all NFL games.

2021 Packers Schedule

Week Date adversary Time (ET) TV
9 November 7 @Bosses 4:25 pm Fox
10 November 14th Seahawks 4:25 pm CBS
eleven November 21 @Vikings 13:00 Fox
12 November 28 Rams 4:25 pm Fox
13 BYE
14 Dec 12 Bears 8:20 pm NBC
fifteen Dec 19 @Crows 13:00 Fox
sixteen Dec 25 Brown 4:30 pm Fox, NFL network
17 January 2 Vikings 8:20 pm NBC
18 January 9th @Lions 13:00 Fox

Chiefs Schedule 2021

Week Date adversary Time (ET) Television channel
9 November 7 Packers 4:25 pm Fox
10 November 14th @Raiders 8:20 pm NBC
eleven November 21 Cowboys 4:25 pm Fox
12 BYE
13 Dec 5 Broncos 13:00 CBS
14 Dec 12 Assailants 13:00 CBS
fifteen Dec sixteen @Chargers 8:20 pm Fox, NFL network
sixteen Dec 26 Steelers 4:25 pm CBS
17 January 2nd. @Bengals 13:00 CBS
18 January 9th @Broncos 4:25 pm CBS


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