Week 1 (Sunday September 9): San Francisco 49ers
Week 2 (Thursday September 13): Chicago Bears
Week 3 (Monday September 24): @ Seattle Seahawks
Week 4 (Sunday September 30): New Orleans Saints
Week 5 (Sunday October 7): @ Indianapolis Colts
Week 6 (Sunday October 14): @ Houston Texans
Week 7 (Sunday October 21): @ St. Louis Rams
Week 8 (Sunday October 28): Jacksonville Jaguars
Week 9 (Sunday November 4): Arizona Cardinals
Week 10 (Sunday November 11): BYE
Week 11 (Sunday November 18): @ Detroit Lions
Week 12 (Sunday November 25): @ New York Giants
Week 13 (Sunday December 2): Minnesota Vikings
Week 14 (Sunday December 9): Detroit Lions
Week 15 (Sunday December 16): @ Chicago Bears
Week 16 (Sunday December 23): Tennessee Titans
Week 17 (Sunday December 30): @ Minnesota Vikings
After a strong regular season in which they only lost one game, the Packers felt the frustration during the postseason when their dreams of repeating as Super Bowl champions fell short after falling to the Giants. Last season showed Green Bay is capable of having one of the most dangerous offenses in the NFL considering Aaron Rodgers performed at a whole new level compared to the rest of the quarterbacks in the NFL by throwing 45 touchdowns and just six interceptions.
Of course, nothing will come easy for the Packers as they have to figure out a way to survive in the NFC North first with plenty of talent surrounding the Lions and Bears.
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