By MARK ECKEL
The Packers, fresh from a trip to the West Coast to play the NFC’s best team, will head to the East Coast for a Sunday night game against the best of the AFC, the New England Patriots.
This will mark the 12th meeting of the Packers and Patriots. The regular-season series is tied 5-5, while the Packers won Super Bowl XXXI, 35-21, in the lone postseason meeting between the two.
Green Bay (3-3-1) is coming off a tough 29-27 loss to the Los Angeles Rams a week ago and finds itself in third place in the NFC North. New England (6-2) has won five straight after a 1-2 start an...
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