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Packers Calendar: Bears-Cowboys on Monday Night Football

Anyone with interest in the Green Bay Packers will likely be tuning into the Monday Night Football game at 7:40 p.m. CT on ESPN, because both teams will have an impact on how the rest of the Packers' season plays out.

It's a matchup of the Dallas Cowboys traveling to take on the Chicago Bears, a game where Mike Ditka's number will be retired. But it's also a pairing of two team the Packers will still play with three games remaining in the season.

The Cowboys will play on only five days' rest, before hosting the Packers during Week 15 in Dallas next Sunday.

As for the Bears, they remain a half game ahead of the Packers in the NFC North standings, and they'll face off in Week 17 in Chicago for the regular-season finale.

A quartet of Packers players will be at Bay Park Square mall in Green Bay on Monday evening at 6:00 p.m. to ring bells for the Salvation Army, signing autographs in exchange for donations.

Tight ends Brandon Bostick and Andrew Quarless, running back Eddie Lacy and safety M.D.Jennings players will be located in the Younkers wing of the mall in front of Old Navy. These four are just the latest pair of players to ring bells, an event happening on Mondays for an entire month during the holiday season.

In the media on Monday evening, Packers Live with host Larry McCarren will be shown on a statewide network of seven stations, including NBC26 in Green Bay and TMJ4 in Milwaukee. Complete listings can be found on the Packers official website. The show is shot in front of a live studio audience inside the Legends Club at 6:30 p.m. CT and open to the public.

Also at Lambeau Field, the Packers head coach will record his weekly Mike McCarthy Show at 4:00 p.m. inside Lambeau Field on the 4th Floor Associated Bank Club level in front of a studio audience, but the show won't air on television until Tuesday.

Before the taping of his television show, McCarthy will discuss Sunday's game in a press conference with the local media at 3:00 p.m., which will be streamed live on the team's official website.

At 5:30 p.m. on Monday evening, Inside the Huddle airs on Fox 11 in Green Bay, hosted by wide receiver Jordy Nelson.

Inside the Huddle appears on a statewide network of television stations on other days of the week with the entire schedule listed at It is recorded in front of a live audience at The Bar in Green Bay.

In other Packers television programming, the Locker Room Show will air at 6:30 p.m. on CBS affiliate WFRV channel 5 in Green Bay.

The show airs in front of a live studio audience at Purcell's inside The Radisson in Green Bay.

Over in Appleton, fullback John Kuhn will host Clubhouse Live, held at the Clubhouse Sports Bar & Grill in Appleton in front of a live studio audience and streamed online at The show starts at 6:30 p.m. The guest will be defensive lineman Datone Jones.

Player guests on local radio on Monday include tight end Brandon Bostick on The Fifth Quarter from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. at D2 Sports Pub in Green Bay, which can be heard on WTAQ 1360 AM and streamed live on

Then at 6:00 p.m., cornerback Davon House and offensive lineman David Bakhtiari take turns hosting In The Huddle held live at Tanner's Grill and Bar in Kimberly and heard on 95.3 FM WSCO in Appleton, streamed on

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RC Packer Fan's picture

One of the few times I will ever say it.

'Go Cowboys'

Morgan Mundane's picture

Wife realized, it doesn't matter who wins tonight, the Packers lose either way. Hope the team gets it. All those missed tackles and relying on one person to carry you doesn't work so good. Should have stepped up to the plate a few games ago.
I'm just frustrated when I see the top teams and the quality of players they have versus us. The Ted developmental approach, he is the only one in football with this approach, all the other GM's understand you win now baby, now. Not five years from now.

Doug In Sandpoint's picture

This is gibberish. Not being a TT/MM apologist, your statement about other GM's is nonsense. I would bet that the quality of the players on the "top teams" you speak of were drafting in the top ten the past many years. The win now mentality is employed by perennial underachievers like the Raiders. Give me an example of a win-now team that has spent big on free agents and mortgaged the future and won it all.

I'll take the Packers method and their best in the business record over the last 20-25 years.

RunAndHyde's picture

Yea I wish we had Jerry Jones ...n Tony Romo hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahaha...............hahahahahaha....haha....hahaha........ha. Just kidding.

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