For the second time in as many weeks, the Minnesota Vikings will be featured in prime time as they play host to the Green Bay Packers for the final time at the Metrodome. If you need to find where you can follow the action, we have all of that information for you right here.
As this game will be on NBC, your announce team will be Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth. No need to worry about Sunday Ticket or anything else with this contest, just find your local NBC affiliate. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 PM Central time.
For our friends in the United Kingdom, the game will be televised on Channel 4, with kickoff coming at 12:30 AM on Monday morning. For our men and women overseas, the game will be on AFN Prime Atlantic, with kickoff coming at 2330Z. That translates to Monday at 0130L for folks in Central Europe, 0500L for people in Afghanistan, and 0930L for everyone in Japan and Korea.
If you're travelling or just prefer the sound of the radio call to the television announcers or what have you, the Vikings Radio Network is for you. Paul Allen and Pete Bercich are behind the mics again this season, and you can find one of their 74 affiliates near your area.
If you have satellite radio, you have options there as well. If you have an XM Radio, you'll be able to get the feed from the Vikings' announcers on Channel 226, the Packers feed on XM 225, or the national feed from Westwood One on Channel 227. If you have a Sirius Radio, you can get the Vikings announcers on Channel 93, the Packers feed on Channel 119, or the Westwood One call on Channel 85.
According to the Football Refs website, this week's game at the Metrodome will be handled by Scott Green's crew. This is a bad thing, if memory serves me correctly.
This game is available for legal streaming purposes through the folks at NBC Sports.
As far as other streams are concerned, do NOT. . .and I mean not in any way, shape, or form. . .promote illegal streaming sites on The Daily Norseman. Not in the comments, not in the FanPosts, not in the FanShots, not in the Game Thread on Sunday, not anywhere. Don't even hint at them. Trust me on this. If you're that determined to watch the game via an illegal stream, do a Google search and find it on your own.
If you live overseas, the only legal stream, that I know of, is to purchase NFL Game Pass from the folks at NFL.com, which is actually a pretty sweet deal. I've got it for the games that aren't on AFN, and from using it to watch the pre-season games, it's a pretty solid product.
That should be everything you need to find Sunday night's action, folks. And, as always, we'll have the Game Threads here for your interactive coverage of the festivities.