The picks are in for the Packers' division rivals.
The Vikings brought back several key players from their 2012 team, while adding one key player from a division rival to replace the departed Percy Harvin.
The Bears came out swinging on the first day of free agency with two big deals to improve their offense. Will it work? Can their defense sustain the loss of Nick Roach at linebacker?
In our first look around the division after a week of free agency, we find that the Lions have made several signings to improve their defensive backfield.
Three of the four NFC North teams have eight or more draft picks, and we take a look at each of the four team's selections.
After seven seasons and two Pro Bowl appearances as a member of the Green Bay Packers, Greg Jennings has decided to leave in free agency, signing with the Minnesota Vikings.
Well, this is surprising. The Vikings were apparently unwilling to pay Winfield more than $7 million next season.
Following last year's 4-12 debacle, the Detroit Lions have some major holes to fill on both sides of the ball.
The Bears have a large number of veteran free agents who could depart this off-season, leaving some major holes on the defense and the offensive line.
The Vikings have been transitioning into a draft and develop team as of late, but large needs at WR, LB, and OT – as well as needs in other areas of the team – may force the Vikings to dip into the free agent market.
The Packers can clinch the second spot in the NFC and a bye with a win this weekend, but the rest of the NFC's playoff seeding is very much up in the air.
Calvin Johnson broke the single-season receiving record despite a Lions loss, and the Vikings upset Houston to keep their playoff hopes alive.
In a rough week around the division, the Packers dropped out of the division lead with their loss in New York.
APC breaks down the NFC North's remaining schedules and identifies which teams in the division will be playoff-bound at the end of the season.
Green Bay moved into the lead in the NFC North for the first time this season, thanks to a win over the Detroit Lions and the Bears' loss in San Francisco.
It was another fairly successful week for the NFC North division in Week 9, as three of the four teams in the division won their games on Sunday, and all three wins came by at least two touchdowns.