Update

Here is the full schedule (times CT):

Preseason
Aug. 15 – Cleveland Browns (7 p.m.)
Aug. 22 – Buffalo Bills (7 p.m.)
Aug. 28 – @ Arizona Cardinals (9 p.m.)
Sept. 3 – @ Tennessee Titans (7 p.m.)

Regular Season
Sept. 13 – Chicago Bears, (7:20 p.m.)*
Sept. 20 – Cincinnati Bengals (Noon)
Sept. 27 – @ St. Louis Rams (Noon)
Oct. 5 – @ Minnesota Vikings (7:30 p.m.)*
Oct. 11 – BYE
Oct. 18 – Detroit Lions (Noon)
Oct. 25 – @ Cleveland Browns (Noon)
Nov. 1 – Minnesota Vikings (Noon)
Nov. 8 – @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Noon)
Nov. 15 – Dallas Cowboys (3:15 p.m.)
Nov. 22 – San Francisco 49ers (Noon)
Nov. 26 – @ Detroit Lions (Thanksgiving) (11:30 a.m.)*
Dec. 7 – Baltimore Ravens (7:30 p.m.)*
Dec. 13 – @ Chicago Bears (Noon)
Dec. 20 – @ Pittsburgh Steelers (Noon)
Dec. 27 – Seattle Seahawks (Noon)
Jan. 3 – @ Arizona Cardinals (3:15 p.m.)

Nationally televised games denoted by an *

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At 6 p.m. CT we will know the full range of the Green Bay Packers 2009 schedule. Check back and we’ll run it down for you.

What we do know at this point, is who the Packers opponents will be.

Home:

Chicago Bears (9-7)
Detroit Lions (0-16)
Minnesota Vikings (10-6)
San Francisco 49ers (7-9)
Seattle Seahawks (4-12)
Baltimore Ravens (11-5)
Cincinnati Bengals (4-11-1)
Dallas Cowboys (9-7)

Away:

Chicago Bears (9-7)
Detroit Lions (0-16)
Minnesota Vikings (10-6)
Arizona Cardinals (9-7)
St. Louis Rams (2-14)
Cleveland Browns (4-12)
Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7)

We also know that the Packers will have two nationally televised games.

The Packers will open at home with a Sunday night game (Sept. 13, 7:30 CT) against the scumbag Chicago Bears. The Packers will travel to Detroit to face the lowly Lions on Thanksgiving (Nov. 26, 11:30 CT). Nothing goes better with turkey and stuffing than a good pounding of the Lions.

Check back later for the other 14 games and what we think about them.

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