The Schedule in 2013
The Packers have had to deal with a lot of injuries, but this Green Bay team still looks like
a good bet to make the postseason. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been his usual dominant self, and that has carried the Packers
to a lot of their victories to this point. There are still a lot of great games remaining on the schedule.
play the Chicago Bears at home on November 4th in one of the best rivalries in all of football. These two teams have had so
many great battles over the years, as they face off twice every regular season. This is the kind of game that could turn into
a shootout with two high-powered offenses matching up. Either way it's definitely one to mark on your calendar.
8th is another date to remember as a Green Bay fan, as the Packers will face the Atlanta Falcons in a battle of what should
be two of the best teams in the NFC. The Falcons have had a lot of regular season success over the past couple of years and
boast one of the few offensive units that could match the Green Bay offense in talent. It should be great to see Rodgers and
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan trying to outdo one another in this one.
While it's been two years
since Aaron Rodgers led the Green Bay Packers to a Super Bowl victory in one of the most memorable postseason runs in the
history of the National Football League, there is a buzz starting to be heard around the league that the Packers have a real
shot at returning to the big game this season. The Green Bay defense has been holding opponents in check for the most part
and the Packers have found a consistent running game thanks to rookie Eddie Lacy.
There are a lot of tough matchups
ahead for Green Bay this season, but this is the caliber of team that can beat anybody on any given day. They have a lot of
the things that a team needs to be successful in the National Football League, the biggest being Rodgers. Rodgers has helped
keep this Green Bay offense moving on a consistent basis despite a number of big injuries on the offensive side of the ball.
Rodgers could be enough to get the Packers back to the postseason.
Prepare to join the
Cheese Heads this season at the legendary Lambeau Field, the football venue that probably has more history than any other
in the National Football League. Lambeau field might be the Mecca of the NFL when you consider the number of championships
the Green Bay Packers have won and the constant influx of great players to don the Packers' green and gold over the years.
ready for some great tailgating when you get to Lambeau Field early, as the folks in Green Bay don't mess around. Bring your
brats, and of course your cheese, and prepare for the game with the hardcore fans of one of the greatest sports franchises
in the world. It's Green Bay Packers football, and half the fun begins before the game.
was the first player that the Green Bay Packers ever signed in free agency?
The answer is defensive lineman Reggie White,
who went on to become one of the Packer greats and a Hall-of-Famer. White helped Green Bay to a Super Bowl victory after the
Packers signed him away from the Philadelphia Eagles, and the team got a lot of great moments from this legendary player.
The Green Bay Packers organization was founded in 1919 and is the third-oldest franchise in the history
of the National Football League. The most unique thing about the Packers is that the team is owned by the community of Green
Bay, and it's the only one of its kind in major sports. The Packers play their home games at Lambeau Field, where many a great
contest has been played in the history of the stadium. The harsh Green Bay weather in the winter has resulted in the field
often being referred to as "The Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field."
The Packers were a dominant force early on in their
history, winning 11 NFL Championships in the pre-Super Bowl era. Once the invention of the Super Bowl was made, the Packers
kept right on rolling, winning both Super Bowl I and Super Bowl II under the tutelage of famed head coach Vince Lombardi,
for whom the Super Bowl trophy is named. The franchise added another Super Bowl title when they won Super Bowl XXXI under
the leadership of Brett Favre, and another in 2010 with Aaron Rodgers at the helm. The Packers are one of the most famous
teams in the entire world.