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Packers’ 2014 opponents are finalized

Posted by Duke Bobber on December 30, 2013 – 12:23 am

The Green Bay Packers’ opponents for next season have been determined. The official 2014 NFL schedule, with playing dates and times, will be announced in spring.

The Packers’ opponents for 2014 are as follows:

  • HOME: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles
    Bears   Lions   Vikings Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers New England Patriots  New York Jets Philadelphia Eagles
  • AWAY: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks
    Bears   Lions   Vikings   New Orleans Saints   Tampa Bay Buccaneers      Buffalo BillsMiami Dolphins   Seattle Seahawks

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41 Responses to “Packers’ 2014 opponents are finalized”

  1. By xXSurgeXx on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Carolina, Seattle, Miami, New Orleans and Philly?! Ouch… I can’t wait. Let’s do some damage in the playoffs this year first, though! Go Pack Go!!

  2. By Kim on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Chibeman; awesome!

  3. By billfromcville on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Looks like a pretty tough schedule except for a couple games.To be the best you have to beat the best!

  4. By james on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Wonderful glimpse of reality for many in the “ultimate fan reaction to cobb tv” video, above. Somewhere in Chicago I also heard the crash on empty beer bottles and tv screens.

  5. By FlyingSquirrel on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Packers at Seahawks, opening week Monday night!

  6. By Frank on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Won’t be no replacement refs to save the Seahawks this time.

  7. By Frank on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    I know right? Sucks for those teams to have to face the pack next year.

  8. By Taylor on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Ouch… Nothin’ easy about this schedule.

  9. By Debbie Downer on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    It’s a tough schedule. I just knew it would be.

  10. By Danny on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Can not wait to see them in Miami next year!! Possibly Tampa as well.

  11. By Bad Finger on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Looks like a road trip to Tampa next year!!

  12. By ron on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    i wouldn’t be surprised to see a 11 win season. sweep the division and wins over the jets, miami, falcons, tampa bay and the bills round out the wins. the others are too iffey to call.
    then again i might be dreaming.

  13. By Ryan on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    lololololol after the video watch the next one “Vikings fan meltdown” and enjoy hahahahaha

  14. By diehardpackfan on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    AFC East and the NFC South….hmmm

  15. By John on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    @Ryan

    For the sake of that kid’s house and relationship, I hope that was a setup. Wow.

  16. By Emily on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Sad they won’t be playing the cowboys next year. I’m in Dallas with a Cowboy fan husband. We don’t get most of the Packers games televised here but that one we do.

  17. By Kevin on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Im thinking 10-6 next year, if we can sweep the divison and keep Rodgers healthy. Losses to Atlanta, New England, Carolina, Philadelphia, New Orleans, and Seattle.

  18. By Samuel Resz on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    @Kevin. I agree. 10-6 looks realistic, but things change from year to year (look at how bad Atlanta did this year).

  19. By Chandler Murphy on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    That is odd we play the falcons every year, they suck but that is besides teh point, seems a big odd to play them 2 years in a row but owell :) #GoPackGo

  20. By RB on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    I’m in sunny Tampa Fla and I plan on being at the Tampa and Miami games and just maybe the New Orleans game! That would be one heck of a trifecta

  21. By DAPAKRZ on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    I’d rather have the NFC powerhouses at home….Tough break…At least there’s no 49ers next year…

  22. By FloriidaPhil on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Wow tough schedule. Capers gets his papers, a few other minor adjustments, getting a d coordinator the team can relate to. Keeping Raji. Then we might be able to say Hey baby, we got ourselves a team, to heck with the schedule. I think we can take atlanta out of those big ones, and give us at least an 11 win season, and a realy deserved run at the playoffs next year. without the changes, its a toss up.

  23. By Mike on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    It looks pretty balanced, to me. If it were this years schedule, its doable.

    Remember how GB was looking to be the Power Team of the NFL before Rodgers went down and Matthews lost his edge with that thumb?

    Next year will surely be a fun one to watch! :)

    But for now, onto the playoffs! :)

  24. By Mike on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    By “this years schedule” I meant “this years teams.” Some tough ones, some not so tough ones…. A lot can change after February, though.

  25. By tregoj on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Tough schedule? Come on! Four tough games and really only two. AT Seattle and at New Orleans. The rest is powder puff. The Jets, the Dolphins, and the Bills? It’s a far easier schedule than this year. The Bengals, Steelers, and Ravens were far tougher!

  26. By KJ on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Changes must be made……coaches of weakest units must be replaced and weaknesses must be aggresively strengthened !!! At least we arent under the jerrydome….TT has many good strengths…less weaknesses….MM is learning….now some of his trusted friends must be replaced…toughest part of the job…..we IMO have the same situation with rodgers currently…. as the favre era in that average coaches dont win super bowls….upgrades in coaching in favres prime years would surely have netted more playoff wins….I have always thought favre era would have won more with superior coaches…..TODAY we have favre PLUS!!! Learn from the past and PREVENT squandering rodgers years here…..Upgrade coaching staff!!!! Keep the strengths and upgrade the weaknesses….packer fan 68.

  27. By scott on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    got some tough teams like neworleans,carolina,new England and seattle,,,we should win about 10 games,,,,if we can stay healthy and get stronger on defense we should be back on top of the north

  28. By scott on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    our secondary only had 11 picks,,,,,we need some playmakers there,,,,44 sacks were good despite a injured linebacking core,,,,we gotta step it up ,,,its playoff time

  29. By AZCornerTap on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    I see 11 wins. I don’t see Atlanta being that tough. I also see the playoffs and next year where New England is finally caught in a mediocre year. I also see Philly coming back down to earth after an outstanding year by their QB.

  30. By AZCornerTap on Dec 30, 2013 | Reply

    Of course-provided we fix our defense

  31. By Kevin on Dec 31, 2013 | Reply

    A revenge shot at Seattle and another chance for the ultimate marquee of Rodgers vs. Brady.

    The rest looks pretty cupcake.

  32. By Joe on Dec 31, 2013 | Reply

    I like when the patriots and packers and patriots and broncos and saints and Seahawks and jaguars throw the football because they are so good at it!!!!

  33. By Joe on Dec 31, 2013 | Reply

    @Joe I’m kind of ashamed to have the same name as you

  34. By billh1947 on Dec 31, 2013 | Reply

    TT will have to swallow his pride and go out and get some defensive help on the free agent market,he absolutely must put together a top tiered defense to go along with a dynamic offense,it shouldnt take many free agent players,just good ones as he is about to lose a few players in free agency or just being cut.he will also need to dedicate the draft to defense,its imperative.

  35. By ts on Dec 31, 2013 | Reply

    The NFL schedule is not chosen by human hands any longer, you know. It is determined in this way: play all teams from a division in the other conference. In this case AFC East. All other teams in Packers own division will also play AFC East. That is 4 games for the schedule. The divisions rotate so we play AFC East exactly every fourth year. All teams in Packers division also play a division from the same conference. In this case, NFC south. We will play the NFC south every 3 years since there are only three NFC divisions other than our own. That is 4 more games. Play everybody in your own division twice. That is 3 plus 3 for six games. That adds up so far to 4 + 4 + 6 for 14 games. There are two games left. And there are only two NFC divisions left. We play one team from each of those divisions. Since we won our division, we play the division winners, Seattle and Philly. If we had come in 2nd place we would play 2nd place from those same two divisions. The home vs away is also predetermined, but I do not know the formula off-hand. I am sure it is simple and you could figure it out by just looking at a couple of example schedules and knowing how the teams finished the prior year. The dates and times ARE, however, determined by human beings and money.

    ts

  36. By Tim76 on Jan 1, 2014 | Reply

    So why do the Packers have to go to Seattle when we were just there last year?

  37. By ts on Jan 2, 2014 | Reply

    Because in 2012 it was the NFC North’s turn to play the entire NFC West. In 2014 that is not the case. We will play Seattle because Seattle finished first in an NFC division in 2013 and so did we (the Packers).

    ts

  38. By WAYNE OESTREICH on Jan 4, 2014 | Reply

    COACHING CHANGES BADLY NEEDED…SPECIAL TEAMS COACH
    NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. HIRE AN OFFENSIVE CO-ORDNATOR TO
    CALL PLAYS AND WORK UP GAME PLAN. OUR CURRENT PLAY CALLING IS THE SAME EVERY GAME…VERY VANILLA…

    SIGN RAJI…TIME TO PICKE UP SOME DEFENSIVE FREE AGENTS.
    ESPECIALLY IN THE SECONDARY…HOW ABOUT SOME PAY CUTS TO
    THOSE THAT ARE NOT PREFORMING…

    GET MATTHEWS HEALTHY OR TRADE HIM..HE’S NO GOOD ON THE
    BENCH WHERE HE SPENDS MOST OF HIS TIME.

    WE DID NOT HAVE ONE ALL STAR GOING TO THE GAME THIS
    YEAR…IT SHOULD TELL MARK MURPHY SOMETHING…

  39. By scooby on Jan 5, 2014 | Reply

    13-3. I think the schedule isnt that tough.

  40. By Max Arnold on Jan 6, 2014 | Reply

    I think this is a solid schedule. I honestly like the Packers chances against the Patriots, they really werent that good this season and benefited from a weak schedule. If we can add the right pieces on D, and if Mathews, Lacy, and Rodgers can stay healthy, this becomes a very balanced team with stud receivers, the best quarterback in the biz, LACY, and at least a top- 15 Defense, they will be hard to stop and legitimate Super Bowl contenders. I also like them winning at Seattle with some decent referees, i like them at the saints and at home against the Eagles, and i really dont think that the lions or bears have shown that they can stop rodgers. The wild-card in this division is the Vikings. They’ll get a quarterback this spring, and that could turn them into contenders. They already have AP and Jared Allen. I can see the Packers going 13-3 next year, as long as the D holds up and The pieces stay healthy. TO THE SB!
    #gopackgo

  41. By Max Arnold on Jan 6, 2014 | Reply

    @Joe, the jaguars are good at throwing the football?

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