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2015 Green Bay Packers Schedule is Here!

Aaron Rodgers

Here it is. The 2015 Green Bay Packers schedule.

The Packers will play five prime time games in 2015. Two of those will be on Thursday Night Football and those games will be in back-to-back weeks.

The other prime time games are two on Sunday night and one on Monday.

The bye week will again fall in the middle of the schedule. This year, it will come in week 7, after taking place in week 8 last year.

It should be noted that the late-season Thursday night game at Detroit will serve as a mini-bye for the Packers as they head into a home game with Dallas in week 14.

Although we wouldn’t call this an easy schedule, it certainly shapes up for the notoriously slow-starting Packers to get off to a fast start.

Four of the Packers six games before the bye are at home.

1 Sept. 13 at Chicago Bears 12:00 PM FOX
2 Sept. 20 Seattle Seahawks 7:30 PM NBC
3 Sept. 28 Kansas City Chiefs 7:30 PM ESPN
4 Oct. 4 at San Francisco 49ers 3:25 PM FOX
5 Oct. 11 St. Louis Rams 12:00 PM CBS
6 Oct. 18 San Diego Chargers 3:25 PM CBS
7 Oct. 25 BYE
8 Nov. 1 at Denver Broncos 7:30 PM NBC
9 Nov. 8 at Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM FOX
10 Nov. 15 Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX
11 Nov. 22 at Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM FOX
12 Nov. 26 Chicago Bears 7:30 PM NBC
13 Dec. 3 at Detroit Lions 7:25 PM CBS
14 Dec. 13 Dallas Cowboys 3:25 PM FOX
15 Dec. 20 at Oakland Raiders 3:05 PM FOX
16 Dec. 27 at Arizona Cardinals 3:25 PM FOX
17 Jan. 3 Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM FOX

All times are Central.

Monty McMahon

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



  1. Salazar April 21, 2015

    I would DEFINITELY call that an easy schedule.

    1. bob April 21, 2015

      agree 100%

  2. E. Wolf April 21, 2015

    The opponents and places were already know–it was just the details of when.
    This is not the most favorable schedule. Three division opponents in twelve days. Three of last five games away. … back to back trips in Cali.

    1. Fritz April 22, 2015

      i agree. blubberboat head coach has the indian sign on his forehead vs. nfc west, and he won’t have half the coaching/prep effort the west coast teams will have logged that early in the season.

      ergo, the Pack will be extremely lucky to have a .500 record going into their Bye week.

  3. the real russ letlow April 21, 2015

    weeks 10 thru 13 should go a long way in deciding the NFC North.

  4. Shawn Neuser April 21, 2015

    Hard to say how easy or difficult the schedule is based off how quickly things change in the NFL.
    As we knew ahead of time, the Packers do APPEAR lucky in that their toughest games are at home while the easier opponents, on paper, are on the road.
    I know the players should be happy with this schedule due to a lack of cold weather games, with the Week 17 tilt against Minny being possibly the only cold weather game of the regular season.
    That MAY not bode so well for the playoffs, however. We’ll see.

    1. TJ April 22, 2015

      I’m not sure I agree with “toughest games are at home while the easier opponents, on paper, are on the road.”

      “On paper” I wouldn’t consider the Broncos, Panthers and Cardinals easier.

      1. Phatgzus April 22, 2015

        Or the Niners for that matter, considering all the issues they’ve afforded us recently.

  5. InFact April 21, 2015

    I’m so jaded, that I’m not worried about the NFC North…..I’m concerned about getting the best NFC record to ensure home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

  6. TyKo Steamboat April 21, 2015

    Cool … get to open & close the season with a cupcake ;)

  7. TyKo Steamboat April 21, 2015

    There are 2 Thursday games…Thanksgiving is the other, which will serve as 2 “mini-byes”
    Tough going into those games, easy coming out…

    1. Fritz April 22, 2015

      you have it backwards. the easiest part of their schedule is the stretch from the bye week to the thanksgiving day thursday night game, or is at least a tie with the easy schedule from thanksgiving to the end of regular season, and the whole schedule is a nightmare for historians of MM coaching matchups: not one of their nfc opponents is a 2014 nonplayoff team, with exception of the west, which is also the division MM has had least success against.

  8. Denise Chanterlle April 21, 2015

    I would have much preferred a Game 16 with Seattle. Revenge is best served cold! Can’t believe the NFL didn’t see this.

    1. Fritz April 22, 2015

      then why wouldn’t game 17 or game 18 vs. seattle be preferable?

  9. Tequila April 21, 2015

    See you assholes in SF.

    F the Bears.

  10. The Money Mike April 22, 2015

    Step 1: Schedule
    Step 2: Draft
    Step 3: Retire Bert
    Step 4: Two a Days
    Step 5: Rape and pillage; take no prisoners

  11. Phatgzus April 22, 2015

    I don’t see how you think it’s very like the Pack will get off to a fast start this year. at the Bears-not usually easy, Seattle-obvious, KC-always give us problems/great coach and D, at the Niners-see KC, St. Louis-Great D and promising young QB/Foles, Chargers-pretty good team and QB regardless of how big a douche Rivers is, essentially what Duh Bares could’ve been if Cutler weren’t a complete waste.