Packers Creampuff Schedule

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    Let's face it!
    The Packers have had a creampuff schedule this year as a potential SB repeating team. The two toughest teams on their schedule have been the NYG and NO Saints, and with three easy teams left, they're likely to go unbeaten.

    Patriots, Ravens, and/or Texans will keep 'em from repeating.
     
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    I think these schedules are arranged years in advance.
    Crectmeifimwrong.
     
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    Yep, the only thing you dont know until the end of the season is the two games where you play, in conference, the teams that finished in the same spot you did, in the two divisons you dont play that year.

    For reference an NFL schedule is set up as follows.

    6 games against the teams in your divison (play each time twice, home/away)
    4 games against a single divison in your own conference (play each team once)
    4 games against a single divison from the other conference (play each team once)
    2 games against the 2 teams that share your finish spot from last year, that are NOT in the divison you play in your own conference ( play each team once).

    Total of 16 games in 17 weeks.
     
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    You are aware that Matthew Slater and Julian Edelman are starting at defensive back for NE, that Joe Flacco can't get it done in the playoffs, and that Houston is down to their third string quarterback, right?
     
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    You do know that when you posted this, is that the GBP had not lost yet, to the Kansas City 'Scrubs'..........:badgrin:.
     
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    I don't think GB is a lock to make it out of the NFC to the SB. Definitely helps to have the homefield advantage, but I wouldn't count any chickens.
     

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