Packers’ Opponents Are Set for 2018

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And here it is. The Green Bay Packers’ 2018  games.

Home games: Bears, Lions, Vikings, Cardinals, 49ers, Bills, Dolphins, Falcons

Away games: Bears, Lions, Vikings, Rams, Seahawks, Patriots, Jets, Redskins

The Packers, being the third-place divisional team that they are, will play the third-place teams from the NFC. They will also play the NFC West and AFC East.

The last two of those to be locked in were the Atlanta Falcons and Washington Redskins. Like the Packers, both of those teams will finish third in their division.

Regardless of the outcome against the Detroit Lions this week, the Packers won’t improve their position. The only way they can improve their position is by losing and potentially getting a higher draft pick.

So, hell, why not?

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10 Comments on "Packers’ Opponents Are Set for 2018"

  1. KILLER

    Let’s see…

    I think — if the Packers stay healthy and Aaron Rodgers is not wearing a Brown uni next year — the Packers will sweep the Bears again, split with the Lions, and (naturally) go 0-2 vs. the Vikings. 3-3 within the division, not great, not bad.

    The other homes games Cardinals and Dolphins should be easy wins. 49ers with Jimmy Garoppolo, Bills (used to cold weather), and Falcons (lots of talent), will be challenges. I think 2-1 in those 3 games. Overall 6-2 at home. Very good.

    Away games. Ouch. Besides the losses to the Lions and Vikings and win against the Bears, I can’t see the Packers beating the Rams in LA or the Seahawks in Seattle. Or the Patriots in New England! Jets and Redskins I think ends up being a split. So 2-6 on the road.

    Looks like 8-8 in 2018. If no major injuries on the Packers or to their opponents and major free agent signings — like Garoppolo and Cousins — go back to their same teams.

    That’s my best guess at this moment in time. Anyone else going to risk predictions? Put it all out there? If not, I’ll assume you agree with me.

  2. Kato

    Ok. So the writers on this site are avoiding the elephant in the room, the situation with AR being put on IR and teams complaining. Yet, they are immediately onto any Olivia Munn news.

      • Kato

        I don’t really think it’s an issue either, but it is weird that a website that prides itself on being all packers is sidestepping it. Especially when they follow every aspect of who Aaron Rodgers is seen with

      • KILLER

        It does look like the fix is in. NFL Network and NFL.com won’t report on it — even as NY Times, USA Today, Washington Post, ESPN, CBS, etc. all report it front and center. Even FOX is reporting on it so it can’t very well be FAKE news now can it? So, in a way, this web site is joining the proud propaganda ranks of NFL Network and NFL.com. Congratulations!

        And the “did you ever think they are spending time with their families for Christmas” excuse for not reporting it no longer really cuts the butter, now does it?

        The NFL approved it in the same way the police department approves a report of a stolen car. If it later turns out the car was not stolen but simply sold to a friend and the false reporter also wants the insurance money, the fact they reported the car stolen to the police and the police thus approved their stolen car report does not protect that person from prosecution.

        The NFL does not and cannot fly out their own doctors to examine each player put on injured reserve. Or any of them. They need that money to pay Goodell 42 million + per year.

        They are not ignoring it due to complicity or partial guilt or having somehow approved the move. They just don’t want to deal with it and, in this case, doing the right thing they view as not good for their product. So they will ignore it.

        Rodgers and MM were right to smirk scornfully at the rules as they made the move.

  3. Kato

    You also realize that that those reports also generally didn’t seem to think it was a big deal. And that Schefter thought it was “just owners complaining to complain.”

    • KILLER

      Some people think cheating is a big deal.

      Some people think cheating is no big deal. MM. AR. Some Packer fans….

      • Bobby D

        And some people believe mental illness is funny and can be written off as just being somewhat delusional. Packer fans don’t feel that way and we empathize with an asshole like you who obviously needs something in their life aside from masturbation to make them feel like a success.

  4. PF4L

    Listen ass wipe, i’m talking to you lonely boy. It’s an issue…when and if the NFL decides it’s an issue. Not when you decide it’s an issue. You are a waste of oxygen nobody and a burden on society.

    You can come in here and cry and whine about it 24/7. You draw a few Packer fans in to bite on your comments about it, seemingly giving you some purpose in life. No one gives a fuck if you have a problem with it.

    What would you do, if you couldn’t whine about something? Would you get a job, a g/f, maybe find a hobby? Possibly ask queen fans to let you come back to viking websites?

    In other words, stop being such a douche.

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