Aaron Rodgers will try to inspire the Green Bay Packers to a third straight victory
Last Updated: 01/10/15 9:27am
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers will attempt to extend their perfect start to the season against the visiting Kansas City Chiefs.
The 2014 MVP quarterback impressed again in the week two 27-17 victory over Seattle Seahawks and the Packers can pick up a third straight win over Kansas in the early hours of Tuesday, live on Sky Sports.
Fresh from a painful 31-24 defeat against Denver Broncos, the Chiefs must find a way to end Rodgers' dominant record at Lambeau Field, a fortress for the Packers who hold a 10-game winning streak.
Rodgers racked up an 18th consecutive home game without an interception as Green Bay avenged last season's NFC Championship defeat by the Seahawks.
Kansas head coach Andy Reid needs to patch up morale and his defence after the Broncos snatched two touchdowns in the last 36 seconds.
But the Chiefs possess a formidable linebacker in the form of Justin Houston, with already three sacks this season, and will be determined to test a Packers offensive line which will again be without Bryan Bulaga.
The right tackle is absent after undergoing knee surgery, while Green Bay boss Mike McCarthy will assess the fitness of running back Eddie Lacy after he sprained his right ankle against Seattle.
Kansas quarterback Alex Smith was twice intercepted by the rampant Broncos, but he has fond memories of this fixture after leading San Francisco 49ers to a 30-22 win on a 2012 trip.
Watch the Green Bay Packers against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sky Sports 1 from 1.15am on Tuesday.