It’s finally here! The 2014 Green Bay Packers schedule.
The Packers did indeed get the NFL’s opening night game, which we already knew was going to be somebody facing the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks in Seattle. Well, that somebody is the Packers, so get ready for a whole bunch of replays of highway robbery!
That’s one of five prime time games for the Packers. Interestingly, only one of them is a Monday night game. That one is against Atlanta.
Here’s another interesting fact. Three of the Packers first four games are on the road and five of their first eight.
That makes the latter half of the schedule look fairly easy. After a midseason bye, the Packers only have three road games and all three are against teams with sub-.500 2013 records.
So you might as well start talking about running the table in the second half right now!
|1||Sep 04||at Seattle||8:30 PM||NBC|
|2||Sep 14||New York Jets||4:25 PM||CBS|
|3||Sep 21||at Detroit||1:00 PM||FOX|
|4||Sep 28||at Chicago||1:00 PM||FOX|
|5||Oct 02||Minnesota||8:25 PM||CBS|
|6||Oct 12||at Miami||1:00 PM||FOX|
|7||Oct 19||Carolina||1:00 PM||FOX|
|8||Oct 26||at New Orleans||8:30 PM||NBC|
|10||Nov 09||Chicago||8:30 PM||NBC|
|11||Nov 16||Philadelphia||1:00 PM||FOX|
|12||Nov 23||at Minnesota||1:00 PM||FOX|
|13||Nov 30||New England||4:25 PM||CBS|
|14||Dec 08||Atlanta||8:30 PM||ESPN|
|15||Dec 14||at Buffalo||1:00 PM||FOX|
|16||Dec 21||at Tampa Bay||1:00 PM||FOX|
|17||Dec 28||Detroit||1:00 PM||FOX|