2014 Green Bay Packers Schedule is Here!

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M.D. Jennings' interception

M.D. Jennings' interception

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
9 Bye
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

About The Author

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

27 Comments on "2014 Green Bay Packers Schedule is Here!"

  1. E. Wolf

    Thoughts of why the League is doing this to our beloved Packers (again) must give way for a desire to make them pay. Strength, anger, HATRED.
    It is noteworthy that League has such Hubris that they would willingly renew the spotlight one of the worst moment’s in League history and the worst call in the history of sport.

      • Cheese

        I agree, quite funny.

        What I don’t get is why wouldn’t they have the 49ers open in Seattle? It’s the previous years NFC championship and I think it’s a more exciting and anticipated match up. But maybe they want to save that for later in the season to boost ratings.

    • TyKo Steamboat

      That’s the price you pay when you have a team full of commercialized pretty boys.

      It’s a market thing. Chicago has a very large market. The NFL knows that the Packers are better than the Bears. So they give the Pack thetough game out of the gate & Chicago gets a cupcake (Buffalo Bills at home) rite out of the gate. The NFL wants the Bears to get-off to a hot start to make The Bears more relevant.

      No worries, man. The Packers will be pissed-off & stewing in that locker room before the game. The Seahawks will be coming off of their Superbowl high that night. I say the Pack comes outta that tunnel pissed off (& healthy) & fucks up the Seahacks. Rodgers has a 325 yd. passing game. Lacy runs for 100. Pack gets the dubya. Then we get 10 days off before the Jets at home.

  2. ferris

    That play was horrible, but every team has won a game on a BS call at some point. That may have been the worst one in the history of the NFL but still. GB fans don’t forget…Jerry Rice fumble got hosed there too. But call Mike Ditka and ask about Instant replay. Or even though I hate them the 49ers with the fumble recovery knee blowout last year. Dude had his leg folded up with his knee down and they missed it.

  3. Savage57

    That brain-dead, half-wit Seattle fuck that likes to show up and pop queefs from his upper vagina better have the stones to stand up to the heavy shit that’s going to rain down when we take revenge for the clusterfuck that pretended to be a football game the last time the Packers had to play in that fucking overgrown speaker housing.

    I honestly thought that no fans could be worse than the chili-slurping, mouth breathers across the river, but the terminally depressed, sunshine deprived ‘ain’t we all that’ coffee whores on the left coast are giving them a run for their money.

  4. Nacho Libre

    Redemption time for The Pack. I’ll be at Lambeau Field on November 16th against Philly, what better way to spend my entire income tax refund.
    GO PACK GO!!

  5. K.L.

    I agree with Wolf in that I don’t quite understand why they would put the spotlight on one of the biggest officiating screw-ups of all time. You’d think they’d just want everyone to forget about that.

    But regardless, it’s gonna be a good game. And I welcome the competition.

  6. GBslacker

    After a few exciting series, with the Packers leading briefly, I can see the Seahawks cranking up and establishing an ever-widening double-digit lead.

    It’ll flat-out suck to go 0-1. yet. again.

    If they lose to the Saints, this will be one more marginal-ass team that craps out in general vicinity of the Divisional Round.

    After a typical powder-puff training camp, I can live with a loss to Seattle .
    But a beat-down in New Orleans is really going to piss me off.

    Thanks a lot, Dom.

  7. Arcturus

    As a gold package ticket holder I must say this schedule sucks ass. The second of our two games is the fucking Eagles AGAIN this year?

  8. Ryan

    It also sucks for gold package people because we get a Thursday game. Milwaukee crowd for a Thursday night game… smart. Ugh.

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