Vikings-Packer game time Sunday moved to 3:25 p.m. start Sunday
With playoff hopes and positions on the line, the National Football League has changed the Green Bay Packers-Minnesota Vikings game time Sunday to a prominent national time slot of 3:25 p.m. Sunday.
The regular season final between the two division rivals has a lot at stake.
A Vikings win will clinch a playoff spot as a wildcard.
While a Packers victory would clinch a No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs.
If Chicago beats Detroit in the early game, the Bears have to await the Packers-Vikings game to find out if they make the playoffs. Their only chance is if the VIkings lose.
If the VIkings do lose, they would then have to wait until after the Sunday night game between Dallas and Washington. The Vikings would need a Redskin win to clinch a wildcard spot at 9-7.