If everyone is healthy:

@ Chiefs (w/o Mahomes) - W
@ Chargers - L
Panthers - L
@ 49ers - L
@ Giants - W
Redskins - W
Bears - W
@ Vikings - W
@ Lions - W

Just like the way our games flow, we started off really strong, we will go through a dry spell in the middle, and then finish strong. 12-4, but the conference losses to PHI, SF, and CAR come back to bite as we will miss out on HFA or even a first round BYE come playoffs. 

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packerboi posted:

LA Chargers will be a home game for the Packers. It will be embarrassingly  a Packer crowd for that "away" game. Like the old Buc's games used to be during the Favre era. They aren't losing that game. 

So the #GBRefs will be in LA? 

Having all these road games in the last 9 games kind of sucks but I think having a bunch of home games early on has really accelerated getting the offense acclimated to the new system. Should pay off in those road games. Having one of those road games being Packer friendly doesn't hurt either. 

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Boris posted:

5 of the first 7 at home. Pack is 6-1 & 2-0 on the road.

4 of the next 5 on the road.

Talk to me after the Niner game. No more predictions 

@Grave Digger -- 12-4 but no first round bye?

That hasn't happened very often. 

Losing to PHI and in my scenario CAR and SF would put us behind in conference losses. Losing to KC or SD doesn't matter in the grand scheme, but losing inter-conference can come back to bite us. Then again we hold a tiebreaker over Dallas, so if they finish the same as us then we're good. NO and SF don't show any signs of slowing down though, especially since NO has Brees returning. 

Grave Digger posted:
Boris posted:

5 of the first 7 at home. Pack is 6-1 & 2-0 on the road.

4 of the next 5 on the road.

Talk to me after the Niner game. No more predictions 

@Grave Digger -- 12-4 but no first round bye?

That hasn't happened very often. 

Losing to PHI and in my scenario CAR and SF would put us behind in conference losses. Losing to KC or SD doesn't matter in the grand scheme, but losing inter-conference can come back to bite us. Then again we hold a tiebreaker over Dallas, so if they finish the same as us then we're good. NO and SF don't show any signs of slowing down though, especially since NO has Brees returning. 

We aren't losing to the Panthers.

packerboi posted:

LA Chargers will be a home game for the Packers. It will be embarrassingly  a Packer crowd for that "away" game. Like the old Buc's games used to be during the Favre era. They aren't losing that game. 

I will have 12 family members from the east coast joining me in LA.  That 30,000 seat stadium will be at least 75% green and gold. I went out last year for the Rams game and that 70,000 seat stadium was at least 2/3โ€™s green and gold. 

PA green & gold posted:
packerboi posted:

LA Chargers will be a home game for the Packers. It will be embarrassingly  a Packer crowd for that "away" game. Like the old Buc's games used to be during the Favre era. They aren't losing that game. 

I will have 12 family members from the east coast joining me in LA.  That 30,000 seat stadium will be at least 75% green and gold. I went out last year for the Rams game and that 70,000 seat stadium was at least 2/3โ€™s green and gold. 

I was at that game too with my wife and it was GREAT!

PA green & gold posted:
packerboi posted:

LA Chargers will be a home game for the Packers. It will be embarrassingly  a Packer crowd for that "away" game. Like the old Buc's games used to be during the Favre era. They aren't losing that game. 

I will have 12 family members from the east coast joining me in LA.  That 30,000 seat stadium will be at least 75% green and gold. I went out last year for the Rams game and that 70,000 seat stadium was at least 2/3โ€™s green and gold. 

That has got to suck for Phillip Rivers and those guys to have zero home support.  I'm happy that it benefits the Packers, but geez, that's got to be tough for the Chargers players to know they have nobody except their own families backing them right now.