Green Bay Packers Schedule
The Green Bay Packers are ready to take the field at home this season and beat all the
best teams in the National Football League. This Packers team has their sights set high in 2014 and are hoping for a healthy
season for their players. The Packers had to deal with a lot of injuries in 2013, but Green Bay was still able to capture
the NFC North Division title. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be looking to be his usual dominant self this season, and that
should carry the Packers to a lot of victories. There will be a lot of tough home games ahead for the Packers this season,
and fans of the team are sure to pack into opposing teams' stadiums throughout the year to support this storied franchise.
Packers will face the Chicago Bears this season on November 9th and continue 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, one in each team's
stadium. 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.
The Packers will also be hosting a Detroit Lions team that had trouble living
up to their potential in 2013 when the Lions visit Lambeau on December 28th for the final regular season game of 2014. Detroit
has a new head coach and a new attitude, and they'll be looking to make a statement in the NFC North this season. The Green
Bay defense will have its hands full when they play in Detroit this season, as the Lions have one of the best receivers in
the National Football League in Calvin Johnson. With strong-armed quarterback Matthews Stafford chucking him the ball, the
Detroit aerial attack is extremely dangerous. Defense has not been the Packers'' strongest suit as of late, but this Green
Bay offense can score points with the best of them.
Green Bay Packers Team Info
While it's been a few
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 will look to hold opposing offenses in check and
the Packers will feature their running game greatly thanks to having found a consistent running game with second-year back
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 helped keep this Green Bay offense moving on a consistent basis despite a number
of big injuries on the offensive side of the ball in 2013, and he'll do it again if he has to. Rodgers could be enough to
get the Packers back to the postseason in 2014.
The NFL Experience
Prepare to join the Cheeseheads 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. But you also don't need to
just squeeze into the game at the last second, as the experience actually starts a whole lot earlier than kickoff. Get ready
for some great tailgating when you get to Lambeau Field early, as the folks in Green Bay don't mess around.
Bay Packers History
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 an especially dominant
force early on in their history, winning 9 NFL Championships in the pre-Super Bowl era. Once the Super Bowl came to be, 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.
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. With that type of precedent, it's easy to see that this
is a franchise that knows a thing or two about bringing in talented players to support their draft picks, helping to make
them one of the toughest teams in the league on a regular basis.
Lambeau Field is one of the
most famous places in all of professional sports, as it has a storied history of big game after big game thanks to the Packers
and one of the best fan bases in the entire world. Come out to Lambeau and you'll be a part of history as the Packers look
to give their fans another amazing season that will have fans buzzing all over town. When the game is on the line and the
Packers are digging in looking to put the final touches on a great win, you'll definitely be glad that you're sitting alongside
tens of thousands of your fellow Packers fans.