After back-to-back losses in the NFC title game, the reigning division champion Green Bay Packers are looking to break through to the Super Bowl behind star quarterback Aaron Rodgers this season.
While most of the offseason headlines in Wisconsin revolved around Rodgers’ future and whether or not he would be back with the team, a re-worked contract has paved the way for Rodgers to return and pick up where he left off: directing the highest-scoring offense in the National Football League.
The Packers star earned the third MVP award of his career after the 2020 season, completing an otherworldly 70% of his passes and setting a team record with 48 touchdown passes. He’ll once again be looking early and often for favorite target Davante Adams, whose 1374 receiving yards last year were nearly double the total of the next closest player on the roster.
Green Bay has amassed 10 playoff appearances in the last 12 years, and anything less than another trip deep into the postseason would be a disappointment. Coach Matt LaFleur is averaging 13 wins a season since joining the franchise in 2019, and the Packers should be squarely in the mix for the top seed in the NFC when January rolls around.
Green Bay kicks off the 2021 season on Sunday afternoon, September 12 with a game against the defending NFC South champion Saints. Although it’s considered a Saints home game, the teams will meet in Jacksonville due to the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. Green Bay’s home opener will be a Monday night affair when division rival Detroit comes to Lambeau Field on September 20.
The Packers are no stranger to prime time, and that holds true again in 2021. Green Bay will visit the 49ers on Sunday Night Football in Week 3, travel to Arizona in Week 8 for a Thursday night battle in the desert, and host NFC North foes Chicago (Week 14) and Minnesota (Week 17) on Sunday nights.
Other notable games include the Pittsburgh Steelers’ first visit to Green Bay since 2013 (October 3), a playoff rematch with the Los Angeles Rams on November 28, and a highly anticipated clash with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in Kansas City on November 7.
Could Packers-Chiefs be a Super Bowl preview? It’s too early to tell, but one thing is for sure: the NFL is a quarterback-driven league, and the Green Bay Packers have one of the very best to ever play the game wearing No. 12 in green and gold.
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