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Packers-Vikings on Dec. 2 remains noon CT kickoff

Posted by Mike Spofford on November 20, 2012 – 11:11 am

The Packers-Vikings game on Dec. 2 at Lambeau Field will remain a noon CT kickoff, as the NFL announced on Tuesday that there would be no flexible scheduling changes for Week 13.

The Cowboys-Eagles matchup will remain the prime-time game that Sunday night.

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2 Responses to “Packers-Vikings on Dec. 2 remains noon CT kickoff”

  1. By Wayne on Nov 21, 2012 | Reply

    The first half in Seattle and the second half in Indianapolis may be the difference between 7-3 and 9-1, but the lessons learned by those games have had an effect on the players. That plus the memory of 15-1 last season and first playoff loss to watch the superbowl from home. This year it is a different team makeup and new growing pains. Replacement of some players using draft and develop. The next man up has to do the job necessary to win. All games do not need to be won until the playoffs where it is win or go home.

  2. By da truth on Nov 22, 2012 | Reply

    Must be really hard for the Queener, and Bears fans to stomach now that the Cool Aid high as worn away and the hangover begins for the next 6 weeks. Havent seen or heard the usual bowel bursting belittling blogs spewing the fantasy of being king of the NFC North.
    It’s been pretty quiet. Must be attending a traveling dush bag rally!

    PACKERS #1, get used to it! Queeners and Fibs.

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