Philadelphia, Pa. (WHBL) - The Green Bay Packers already defeated Philadelphia on its home turf in the season opener. Other than that, the Packers weren’t terribly successful on the road this year. They will have to win three road games in the playoffs if they hope to make it to the Super Bowl. Both teams bring 10-6 records into today’s 3:30 p.m. kickoff. The Packer defense has to stop the big play. Philadelphia tied for the lead league with 80 plays of 20 yards or more. Despite a mediocre running game, Green Bay brings a potent offense of its own into Lincoln Financial Field. Aaron Rodgers is an elite quarterback and top target Greg Jennings gained more yards on receptions in the last 11 games than any other NFL receiver – one thousand-82. Looming in the back of the minds for most Packer supporters is the 2004 playoff game in Philadelphia where the Eagles converted a fourth-and-26 late in the final quarter that led to a game-winning field goal for the Eagles in that 20-17 decision sending Green Bay home.
You can hear the game on WHBL with coverage beginning at 1pm.