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Chicago and Minnesota will be seeking multiple new managerial leaders for the 2022 season.
The Packers could end up playing a team on a short week in the Divisional Round, even if they end up playing on Sunday.
Green Bay will sit and await their Divisional Round opponents, but we now know the NFC’s Wild Card matchups.
Green Bay’s win over Minnesota eliminated the Vikings from the playoff hunt, ending the chances of the NFC North’s last other hopeful.
Though the Packers clinched the top spot, the rest of the NFC’s postseason seeding is still undecided.
Minnesota spoiled its success with turnovers for a franchise-record fifth time last Sunday.
With the Bucs and Cardinals losing on Sunday, the Cowboys are the closest team chasing the Packers in the NFC.
The Lions put together their finest and fullest game of the season to date, and gave head coach Dan Campbell his first statement win.
Thanks to some help from an undermanned Rams squad on Monday Night, the Packers are back in control of home-field advantage.
With a win this week, Green Bay would clinch another NFC North title.
Detroit’s walk-off win ensured that the Lions will not finish the season winless, but it also made Minnesota’s path to the postseason much trickier.
The Cardinals got their QB and top WR back after the bye and held on to the NFC’s top spot with a win in Chicago.
The Packers and Cardinals have the best chances at the top seed, but several different teams are still in the running.
As Minnesota tries to creep back into the postseason hunt, it will do so without its star running back for at least a few weeks.
A big win over the Rams kept the Packers just a half-game back of the top spot in the NFC.
It wasn’t a win, but at least it wasn’t another loss for the reeling Lions.
Minnesota lost both the game and one of its best players on Sunday Night Football.
Aaron Rodgers proved that he still owns the Packers-Bears rivalry for now, even with Justin Fields on the other sideline.
Minnesota was able to march down the field in the final seconds for another outcome decided by a final field goal attempt.
Bill Lazor resumed playcalling duties once again and the results spoke for themselves.
Justin Tucker nailed home an NFL-record breaking field goal as time expired to send Detroit to 0-3.
Justin Fields may make his highly-anticipated starting debut earlier than expected, pending Andy Dalton’s knee injury.
The Lions will likely face the Packers next week without three key players.
One of the league’s youngest rosters will have competition throughout the season at wide receiver, especially after the Lions traded for another one on cutdown day.
The Vikings made a slew of moves on Monday, and re-adding their former standout defensive end to the fold was one of them.
The rookie quarterback lived up to his billing in game one of the preseason, while gaining a potential protector up front at tackle.
Minnesota’s first two selections in last year’s draft gave the team two nightmare scenarios during the second week of camp.
The hype surrounding Justin Fields is real, but the early edge under center favors the veteran Dalton at this point in camp.
Chicago made a pair of moves that will impact the receiving game, but one could also indirectly impact the Packers.
The Bears have a few wide receivers fighting for roster positioning, and are also counting on a promising second campaign from tight end Cole Kmet.
One of the centerpieces of Chicago’s run defense could be absent for a second-straight year.
Cornerback is among Chicago’s positions of least depth and the former second-round pick is in position to take on a major role this upcoming season.
Minnesota began to retool its defense this offseason, but Chicago may be nearing the beginning of its own defensive rebuild soon.
A restructured deal most certainly ensures that the defensive end will be in attendance at today’s minicamp.
A new defensive tackle in Detroit and a veteran right tackle entering his second year in Chicago are two players being counted on to help improve their respective lines.