All eyes will be on quarterbacks Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers when the Patriots host the Packers Sunday night in Foxboro.
This is only the second meeting between the two future Hall of Fame signal-callers. Green Bay won the first matchup with New England at Lambeau Field in December of 2014. Packers fans were surprised the team traded away safety Ha-Ha Clinton Dix this week which means a young secondary will have its hands full defending Brady and the Patriots passing game. New England is on a five-game win streak and All-Pro tight end Rob Gronskowski is listed as questionable with a sore back and ankle. Green Bay fell to 3-3-and-1 after a tough road game at the L-A Rams. The Pats are 6-2.