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There wasn’t too much that was good about the 2017 Green Bay Packers’ season. Aaron Rodgers’ broken clavicle exposed the flaw in coach Mike McCarthy’s philosophy of not giving backup quarterbacks practice reps. Guide to watch NFL football Green Bay Packers live stream online, news, rankings, photos, more on NFL TV Pass.
But last year’s misery is this year’s fortune. The Packers head into 2018 on a third-place schedule with a healthy Rodgers running the offense. The last time they had a third-place schedule, they saw a five-game improvement the following season. They also changed defensive coordinators that season, so maybe that’s a double omen of good things to come?
Rodgers, for one, expects nothing less than a division title, apparently unfazed by the presence of the NFC Championship runners-up Vikings nor the brilliant mind of Matt Patricia running the Lions.
This is how we see the Green Bay Packers’ 2018 season unfolding, game-by-game:
Week 1: Bears (0-0) at Packers (0-0)
Chicago hopes that Mitch Trubisky’s experience last season helps him make a leap toward competence. With a threatening running attack and under-appreciated defense, error-free play from their passer should be enough to let them challenge the big three of their division.
They won’t be much of a challenge for Green Bay today, however. Rogers won’t allow it. After the game, the question is raised whether Green Bay’s defense is that much better or if Trubisky is still too green. (Packers 24-13)
Week 2: Vikings (1-0) at Packers (1-0)
Minnesota is aware of the Packers’ expectations for 2018. Unfortunately, they are not aligned with the plans of the Minnesota Vikings. Kirk Cousins may have to adjust to a new offense, but it is the best offense he ever played with.
Minnesota’s defense took more offense at the thought of a challenge to their title. They come after Rodgers all game. The savvy veteran takes it in stride and throws for three touchdowns, but the team in purple gets enough stops to get the last laugh today. (Vikings 24-21)
Week 3: Packers (1-1) at Redskins (1-1)
Alex Smith and the Redskins host an angry Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. There is not much joy for teams facing an angry Aaron Rodgers.
Washington is punished for letting Kirk Cousins go to the Vikings. Rogers mercifully throttles things back in the second half to keep things respectable. (Packers 27-10)
Week 4: Bills (0-3) at Packers (2-1)
Maybe the Bills got a look at their brutal schedule before they decided to dump Tyrod Taylor for a career backup. Maybe they thought Josh Allen would be ready by now. Regardless, there is little hope for last season’s surprise playoff team from New York.
Buffalo relies on their defense to keep them in games. Rogers isn’t sure the defense is on the field. The Packers running game gets to take over the second half. (Packers 31-21)
Week 5: Packers (3-1) at Lions (2-2)
Green Bay faces their third divisional rival in the first five weeks of the season. After splitting the first two, they travel to Detroit to see what Matt Patricia has done to the Lions.
Things don’t look much different. Rodgers exploits the Lions defense with methodical marches down Ford Field while Stafford tries to keep up. Like he has done many times before, Stafford also throws the last touchdown pass of the game and pulls out the unlikely win. (Lions 34-30)
Week 6: 49ers (2-3) at Packers (3-2)
Jimmy Garoppolo already knows it is more difficult to win NFL games than it appeared last season. But winning a game against the Packers and Aaron Rodgers, in Green Bay, in primetime, and after they suffered a crushing loss is darned near impossible.
Rodgers has his fifth straight multi-touchdown game against the still-rebuilding 49ers defense. More importantly, the Packers’ defense shuts down the San Francisco running attack. (Packers 27-17)
Week 7: The Packers are on their bye week.
Week 8: Packers (4-2) at Rams (4-3)
Todd Gurley and Jared Goff appear to be getting on track with two straight wins after a lackadaisical start to their season. Oddsmakers give this matchup the highest over-under line of the week.
It’s as if they forgot these teams have defenses. While LA is always a defense to reckon with, Green Bay’s offseason moves have their unit sneaking up on people, too. Today, the Pack shines in LA. (Packers 21-17)
Week 9: Packers (5-2) at Patriots (6-2)
Green Bay’s defensive moment was nice, but this is Tom Brady and Patriots. New England is coming off five straight wins. Expectations are understandably tempered.
Rodgers and the offense come out clicking. Brady takes the field to answer. But there is no answer for Mike Pettine’s new-look defense. We start to understand why Rodgers is so sure his team will take the title. (Packers 26-16)
Week 10: Dolphins (4-5) at Packers (6-2)
Miami is struggling to stay in the AFC playoff picture. Adam Gase spends most of his weeks telling sportswriters and pundits how ready his team is. Maybe he should spend more time getting them ready.
Rodgers allows his rushers to handle the load in a rout at Miami. It looks more and more like the NFC North will decide who goes to the playoffs. (Packers 33-9)
Week 11: Packers (7-2) at Seahawks (3-6)
Offseason defections and retirements loom larger as in-season injuries pile up in Seattle. The Seahawks look like a shell of their former selves.
But this is a Thursday Night Football game. Weird things happen on Thursday nights. The ball never seems to bounce the Packers way in this particular affair. Russell Wilson carries the underdogs to victory. (Seahawks 21-17)
Week 12: Packers (7-3) at Vikings (9-1)
The Packers might accept their Week 2 loss to the Vikings a little better after seeing how they are rolling over the league so far. Aaron Rodgers, however, won’t.
Coming in with extra rest and a chip on his shoulder, Rogers lets the Vikings defense chase and hit him, but keeps throwing daggers to barely open receivers along the way. Revenge will be Rodgers’. (Packers 28-20)
Week 13: Cardinals (3-8) at Packers (8-3)
Josh Rosen is learning a lot and will undoubtedly be a good quarterback in this league for a long time.
This is the Packers’ time, however. Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay are on a mission. There will little the Cardinals can do to slow them down. (Packers 28-7)
Week 14: Falcons (8-4) at Packers (9-3)
Atlanta is back in the playoff picture after a near-disastrous 0-3 start. Looking for the ninth win in ten games, they arrive to do battle with the Packers.
Green Bay throws the whole arsenal at them. The Falcons are surprised to see the running game featured early. Rodgers receivers gain a step thanks to the play mix. Rodgers outguns Matt Ryan in what could be a playoff preview. (Packers 27-24)
Week 15: Packers (10-3) at Bears (5-8)
Green Bay heads to Chicago happy to face a non-playoff team. They should know better. Chicago gets to play the NFC North six times a year and they have some ideas on how to win those games.
The Bears defense shows why they should get more respect. They swarm all over the field and watch Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen take advantage of short fields. It is just enough to keep their hopes of a .500 season alive. (Bears 19-17)
Week 16: Packers (10-4) at Jets (4-10)
Green Bay finds themselves in a tie for the division lead with the defending champions. The loss to the Bears weighs heavily on the minds of the Packer offense… and the Jets’ defense.
If this was a bar fight, someone would be trying to pull Rodgers off his bloodied victim as he keeps throwing punches. (Packers 35-21)
Week 17: Lions (9-6) at Packers (11-4)
Detroit comes in off an exciting last-second upset of the mighty Vikings. Their big win gives them a chance at a wild-card slot in Matt Patricia’s first season.
It also gives the Aaron Rodgers and the Packers a chance to tie up home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a victory. Rodgers does his part. Stafford is game, but his last drive peters out on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Filed.
What comes next?
Rodgers gives the game ball to defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. Life is good in Wisconsin as the Packers wait to host a divisional round game.
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