Green Bay Packers 2017 Games
The Packers land each network’s top team in the first month of the season.
If you have Prime and are away from a TV on Thursday in week 4, you’ll still be able to watch the Packers’ game.
Carolina had a down year in 2016 after playing in the Super Bowl the year before, and they look for a return to prominence this season.
Cleveland continued to reshape their roster this spring in the second offseason of the Paul DePodesta/Hue Jackson era.
Veteran wideout DeSean Jackson and rookie tight end O.J. Howard are the big new names in Tampa.
The two former Badgers will be on opposite sidelines when the two legendary franchises square off in week 12.
The Packers’ week 11 opponents spent more resources on improving an already-solid defense than a below-average offense this spring.
After the bye, the Packers meet a divisional foe that spent lots of money on a pair of veteran offensive linemen this spring.
New Orleans used numerous early draft picks on their defense, a unit which has consistently been among the worst in the league in recent years.
In today’s 13 in 13 installment, we look at the Packers sixth opponent - the Vikings - who went just 3-8 after a 5-0 start last year.
Dallas has undergone some significant changes on their roster in the past few months, and they hope that the week 5 game against the Packers will end differently than last year’s playoff matchup.
Green Bay renews the NFL’s oldest rivalry in week 4 with a chance to take the all-time lead for the first time in over 80 years.
As we continue with 13 in 13, we look at the Packers’ third opponent, who will feature a whole bunch of new faces on offense.
13 in 13 continues with a look at the NFC Championship Game rematch in a brand-new stadium.
As we preview the Packers’ schedule, we start by examining Eddie Lacy’s new team, which will come to Lambeau in week one.