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Davante Adams was the star of the show once again as he carried the Raiders
Everything has broken right for the Packers over the past two weeks. Now they need to finish their part of the job.
Cleveland beating the Commanders would clear the path for the Packers, but a few other results could help them on Sunday.
Check out what a few former Packers were up to around the league in week 14.
And for goodness’ sake, please not another tie in Giants-Commanders.
The Lions’ chances of winning the North remain an extremely long shot, but they’re not zero just yet.
The Eagles gave the Packers a huge assist back in 2010. They could help Green Bay’s slim playoff hopes again this week and in week 18.
It really all comes down to two teams in the NFC East and two in the NFC West.
Check out what a few former Packers were up to around the league in week 13
Minnesota needed some help to lock up the North in week 13. They didn’t get it, but they can take care of business on Sunday.
Not since 2018 has a team other than the Packers won the NFC North. That could change on Sunday.
All three wins by NFC North teams on Sunday came in thrilling, high-scoring fashion.
Check out what a few former Packers were up to around the league in week 9
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T.J. Hockenson moved within the division while the Bears added a big body at wide receiver.
Justin Fields’ running ability jump-started Chicago en route to a big win, but Detroit failed to hit double-digit points for the second straight game.
The Bears were on the bad end of a double-doink a few years ago; this time the Vikings got some help from the goal posts in London.
A former fan favorite is thrust into the starting role in Detroit while another struggles to reverse his team’s fortunes in Vegas.
How dare the NFL try to deny its fans the glory of Williams’ hips?
There’s a four-way tie for the lead in the NFC North after two weeks.
Chicago won in the driving rain, something that they might not have to deal with at home a few years from now.
Can one of the other three NFC North teams surprise and overtake the Packers for a division title?
The Lions hope their reunion with the team’s former first-round pick will pay more dividends this time around.
The offseason has already been filled with several members of the 2021 Packers finding new homes in the division. But it’s not a new trend, nor one Green Bay has often participated in.
Chicago added a pair of former Packers this past week, while Minnesota is on the prowl for another.
Chicago added and subtracted defensive linemen within hours on Monday.
Aidan Hutchinson is one of those pass-rushing targets that could be in play for Detroit if his arm length is not deemed to be an issue.
Playmakers in the middle-to-back portion of the defense could be a priority for the Lions in this year’s draft.
One veteran safety could make a move to the slot, improving one area of need but potentially creating another.
Detroit owns first-round picks near the top and bottom of the upcoming draft. Will the Lions draft a quarterback and, if so, with what pick?
With other divisional head coaching searches in the rearview mirror, Detroit continues to try to stabilize each of its coordinator positions.
Three of the division’s four major job openings were filled over the past week.
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.