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    Packers 2020 Schedule

    Packers 2020 schedule: Weeks 1-17 opponents,
    2020 schedule
    Week 1: Sept. 13 at Vikings
    Week 2: Sept. 20 vs. Lions
    Week 3: Sept 27 at Saints (SNF)
    Week 4: Oct. 5 vs. Falcons (MNF)
    Week 5: BYE
    Week 6: Oct. 18 at Buccaneers
    Week 7: Oct. 25 at Texans
    Week 8: Nov. 1 vs. Vikings
    Week 9: Nov. 5 at 49ers (TNF)
    Week 10: Nov. 15 vs. Jaguars
    Week 11: Nov. 22 at Colts
    Week 12: Nov. 29 vs. Bears (SNF)
    Week 13: Dec. 6 vs. Eagles
    Week 14: Dec. 13 at Lions
    Week 15: Dec. 19 or 20 vs. Panthers
    Week 16: Dec. 27 vs. Titans
    Week 17: Jan. 3 at Bears

    Pretty tough road schedule Saints, Bucs, Texans, Niners, Colts, and of course divisional games on road.

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    And of course San Fran on the road on a short week after playing a division rival.

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    Week 1: Sept. 13 at Vikings L
    Week 2: Sept. 20 vs. Lions W
    Week 3: Sept 27 at Saints (SNF) L
    Week 4: Oct. 5 vs. Falcons (MNF) W
    Week 5: BYE
    Week 6: Oct. 18 at Buccaneers L
    Week 7: Oct. 25 at Texans W
    Week 8: Nov. 1 vs. Vikings W
    Week 9: Nov. 5 at 49ers (TNF) L
    Week 10: Nov. 15 vs. Jaguars W
    Week 11: Nov. 22 at Colts W
    Week 12: Nov. 29 vs. Bears (SNF) W
    Week 13: Dec. 6 vs. Eagles W
    Week 14: Dec. 13 at Lions W
    Week 15: Dec. 19 or 20 vs. Panthers L
    Week 16: Dec. 27 vs. Titans W
    Week 17: Jan. 3 at Bears L


    I'm guessing 10-6.

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    On the plus side outside of maybe San Fran, I don't see a team we won't be at least competitive against. 10-6 I think is still a solid low end projection.

    I think the new playoff 7 seed system goes into play this year certainly with this schedule the playoffs are still in play. Minny to San Fran will be rough as mentioned.

    What works well is I think all final 8 games are winnable. Outside the Colts in that stretch the tougher teams right now on paper will be coming to Lambeau.

    I think they ranked 15th in strength of schedule, but a few teams on here are a little better than last. The "gauntlet" is earlier in the season we should see the teams quality early on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfishguy85 View Post
    Week 1: Sept. 13 at Vikings L
    Week 2: Sept. 20 vs. Lions W
    Week 3: Sept 27 at Saints (SNF) L
    Week 4: Oct. 5 vs. Falcons (MNF) W
    Week 5: BYE
    Week 6: Oct. 18 at Buccaneers L
    Week 7: Oct. 25 at Texans W
    Week 8: Nov. 1 vs. Vikings W
    Week 9: Nov. 5 at 49ers (TNF) L
    Week 10: Nov. 15 vs. Jaguars W
    Week 11: Nov. 22 at Colts W
    Week 12: Nov. 29 vs. Bears (SNF) W
    Week 13: Dec. 6 vs. Eagles W
    Week 14: Dec. 13 at Lions W
    Week 15: Dec. 19 or 20 vs. Panthers L
    Week 16: Dec. 27 vs. Titans W
    Week 17: Jan. 3 at Bears L


    I'm guessing 10-6.
    I was thinking pretty similar had the W-L in a few other spots, but I think 10-6, but 11-13 wins still possible.

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    4 of the last 6 at home. With road games being at Detroit and Chicago. Going to get alot of cold weather games. If lafluer wants a power running game, this could be the year to do it.

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    I guess the bit of a saving grace for Sam Fran is they go to Seattle the week before we play them too. So they have a tough divisional battle prior to a Thursday night game, but at least they get to play at home.

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