2012 NFL Schedule: Packers Schedule To be Revealed Tonight

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National Football LeagueAccording to Will Brinson of CBSSports.com, the NFL will release their 2012  schedule at 7PM EST on NFL Network.  Even if you don’t subscribe to the NFL’s own channel, there will be plenty of places to find the Green Bay Packers 2012 schedule (including right here).

While it has been known for months who the Packers will be playing during the upcoming season, the exact weeks, times and stations of those games has remained unknown.

So, what does this mean for you?

Well, by about 8PM EST tonight, you’ll be able to have every Sunday, Monday, Thursday and possibly Saturday scheduled from the middle of August straight through the cold Wisconsin winter.  In fact, it would probably be wise if you started spending more time with your families and loved ones now to make up lost time during the NFL season.

In case you were wondering, here is a list of opponents that will likely be losing to the Packers once the season begins:

Home – Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, New Orleans Saints, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans

Away – Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks, New York Giants, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts

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  • Bearmeat

    Yawn. I could care less, other than to find out when GB is in HOU so I can buy tickets.

    Oh, and I want to play the Saints early. Easy bye week when their interim HC is still out.

    Not worth a 3 hour TV show IMO. I’ll look it up later.

    • PackersRS

      But I need to know what Heath Evans thinks about the Chiefs’ schedule!

      • Bearmeat

        lol. Who’s Heath Evans again? Wasn’t he a crappy running back on a crappy team in the 90’s?

        How about this nugget: SF @ GB to open the year on 9/9/12!

      • Tarynfor12

        He showed the tool he is when he accused Rodgers and Packers of being arrogant and that was why they lost.
        Another dull blade in the NFLN shed of useless analyts.