With Week 15 of the NFL season here, the Green Bay Packers will look to keep pace for a potential No. 1 seed in the postseason.
With four weeks still left in the NFL regular season, the Green Bay Packers are already thinking about a Super Bowl run. Things would obviously be made easier with a No. 1 seed in the NFC and a first-round bye.
Luckily for Aaron Rodgers and Co., the team is 10-3 on the year and they currently hold that top spot in the conference. In order for things to keep rocking, they’ll need to record a win on Sunday against the Ravens, while also hope for some other dominoes to fall.
Packers fans will be rooting for the Bucs, Cards and Cowboys to lose
With Arizona, Tampa Bay and Dallas all in the hunt for No. 1 as well, life would be made easier for the Packers if those three teams were to suffer losses this weekend. Starting with the Cowboys, they’ve got a road contest on Sunday against the New York Giants.
While the Giants have been a complete and total disappointment this year, things are always interesting whenever they take on Dallas. With this showdown being at MetLife Stadium as well, you never know might end up happening.
Elsewhere, the Bucs and Tom Brady will be taking on the New Orleans Saints. Tampa will be the home side, making things quite tricky for Taysom Hill, Alvin Kamara and the rest of the team. Could an upset be on the way, though?
Last but not least, Arizona will be on the road going up against the Detroit Lions. Yes, the Lions are 1-11-1 on the year, but they did stun the Vikings two weeks ago. Green Bay fans would go nuts if the Lions could work some magic once again.