The Green Bay Packers have set their sights on being undefeated all the way through to the Super Bowl just as every NFL team does. That’s what they should do. Realistically though, can the Packers make it? Here’s what going to happen. At some point if things continue the way they are, Green Bay will be faced with the question of whether or not they should be resting players for the playoffs. The biggest factor is obtaining the #1 seed. Right now the Green Bay Packers remain one game ahead of the amazingly 9-1 San Francisco 49ers. Here’s how the rest of the schedule looks and if you want to see the NFL’s most likely undefeated team we’ve included links for Packers tickets.
This is a game that should scare the Packers. Yes, they’ll be favored. But the Lions have all the intangibles on their side, home field, crowd noise, heightened expectations, and the sense that they just don’t know they can’t beat Green Bay. I think it’s a pick em.
This is a game that should go in the win column for the Green Bay Packers. The Giants are lost, have no running, and a poor pass defense. Packer bait.
The Raiders are a better football team this season but not up to beating the Packers at Lambeau Field. The Packers will win in a landslide.
Don’t even go there. The Chiefs will be without Matt Cassell or any semblance of an offense.
This is an interesting game. With and undrafted free agent at quarterback, can the Chicago Bears run and play defense well enough to keep the game close? My gut tells me no.
The Detroit Lions at this point could be playing for their playoff lives. More than likely the Packers will be facing that resting players question. I don’t think this game will mean anything to the Green Bay Packers because San Francisco will have stumbled by this time. So you have to ask yourself “Will the undefeated season mean more to the Green Bay Packers than resting starters for the playoffs?” I don’t think it will and I think the Lions take this one.