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Green Bay Packers 2014 Schedule: Dates, Game Times, and More

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The NFL has released the schedule for the Packers and the 31 other teams.

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Mark your calendars and make your travel arrangements. The NFL has released the schedules for all 32 NFL teams.

The Packers' open the NFL season on Thursday night against the defending champion Seahawks. This is Green Bay's first trip to Seattle since the infamous "Fail Mary" play that scarred the marred the 2012 season. The good news for the Packers is this gives Mike McCarthy and the coaching staff considerable time to plan for the best team in the NFL.

Because of the opening night game against Seattle, the Packers end up with two Thursday night games (the second coming week 5 against the Vikings). Overall, the Packers' schedule includes five primetime games, among the highest amount in the league.

Here's the full schedule. While early start times are final, games played week 5 and beyond are subject to the league's flex policy. However, only two games in total can be flexed out between weeks 5 and 10, so most of what you see here will remain unchanged.

Week Date/Time (CST) Opponent (Home/Away)
1 9/4 - Thur. 7:30 pm Seattle Seahawks (Away)
2 9/14 - Sun. 3:25 pm New York Jets (Home)
3 9/21 - Sun. 12:00 pm Detroit Lions (Away)
4 9/28 - Sun. 12:00 pm Chicago Bears (Away)
5 10/2 - Thur. 7:25 pm Minnesota Vikings (Home)
6 10/12 - Sun. 12:00 pm Miami Dolphins (Away)
7 10/19 - Sun. 12:00 pm Carolina Panthers (Home)
8 10/26 - Sun. 7:30 pm New Orleans Saints (Away)
9 - BYE
10 11/9 - Sun. 7:30 pm Chicago Bears (Home)
11 11/16 - Sun. 12:00 pm Philadelphia Eagles (Home)
12 11/23 - Sun. 12:00 pm Minnesota Vikings (Away)
13 11/30 - Sun. 3:25 pm New England Patriots (Home)
14 12/8 - Mon. 7:30 pm Atlanta Falcons (Home)
15 12/14 - Sun. 12:00 pm Buffalo Bills (Away)
16 12/21 - Sun. 12:00 pm Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Away)
17 12/28 - Sun. 12:00 pm Detroit Lions (Home)
Jason Hirschhorn covers the Green Bay Packers for Acme Packing Company. He also serves as the Editor-in-Chief for Hook'em Headlines. His work has previously appeared on Beats Per Minute, Lombardi Ave, and College Hoops Net.