MILWAUKEE- The Packers can go a long way in locking up home field advantage in the NFC playoffs with a win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday night.
Getting to 12-3 on the year won’t be easy with the NFL’s leading rusher Derrick Henry coming to town.
“He is a tremendous player,” LaFleur told the Packer Radio Network’s Larry McCarron. “He is a load and we are going to have to do a great job defensively making sure that we contain him. He’s going to get his touches, he’s going to get yards, we just have to make sure we are swarming and attacking the football and making sure he doesn’t run wild on us.”
A couple Packers have a chance to hit personal milestones Sunday night. Running back Aaron Jones needs just 32 yards to reach one-thousand on the season and wide receiver DeVante Adams needs just two catches to reach 100 on the year.
You can listen to Packers-Titans on WTMJ AM 620. Coverage starts at 5 o’clock, kickoff set for just after 7pm.