The Green Bay Packers snuck into the playoffs in the last week of the season a year ago and it looks like the team will have to fight their hardest to have another shot at the postseason in 2014. With a pretty difficult 2014 schedule, the Packers will be completely tested when it comes time for the playoffs.
Opening the season on Thursday night against the reigning Super Bowl champs, the Seattle Seahawks. That is the perfect indication of how tough the 2014 season is going to be.
Week 1: (Thursday, Sept. 4) at Seattle Seahawks at
Week 2: (Sunday, Sept. 14) vs. New York Jets at
Week 3: (Sunday, Sept. 21) at Detroit Lions at
Week 4: (Sunday, Sept. 28) at Chicago Bears at
Week 5: (Thursday, Oct. 2) vs. Minnesota Vikings at
Week 6: (Sunday, Oct. 12) at Miami Dolphins at
Week 7: (Sunday, Oct. 19) vs. Carolina Panthers at
Week 8: (Sunday, Oct. 26) at New Orleans Saints at
Week 9: BYE
Week 10: (Sunday, Nov. 9) vs. Chicago Bears at
Week 11: (Sunday, Nov. 16) vs. Philadelphia Eagles at
Week 12: (Sunday, Nov. 23) at Minnesota Vikings at
Week 13: (Sunday, Nov. 30) vs. New England Patriots at
Week 14: (Monday, Dec. 8) vs. Atlanta Falcons at
Week 15: (Sunday, Dec. 14) at Buffalo Bills at
Week 16: (Sunday, Dec. 21) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers at
Week 17: (Sunday, Dec. 28) vs. Detroit Lions at
As you can tell, the NFC North title won’t just fall in the Packers’ laps this season even though they are the favorites in the division. It will be a tough run back to the promised land.
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