Packers vs. Raiders Week 14 Game Predictions from All Green Bay Packers All the Time
Week 14: Green Bay Packers vs. Oakland Raiders
Name Record To-Date This Week’s Pick Score Prediction
Kris Burke 11-1 Green Bay Packers 35-17
Not doing it again.  Blowout win here. Raiders are falling apart and the Packers survived their big test.  Packers keep on rolling
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“Jersey” Al Bracco 12-0 Green Bay Packers 38-30
Could this be the week the Packers finally lose a game? It’s certainly possible the Packers have a bit of a letdown after a very tough game last week. But I’m not going there… 13-0
Adam Czech 11-1 Green Bay Packers 27-13
The Raiders limp their way to Green Bay trying to fight off Tebow and win the AFC West. It sounds like Darren McFadden is out and a couple of the Raiders deep receiving threats are banged up. All you new Packers owners, your team is about to be 13-0.
Thomas Hobbes 12-0 Green Bay Packers 35-16
The battle of the gimpy; both Packers and Raiders come in with multiple injuries.  My feeling is that the Packers have been here before and will handle the loss of their starters better than the Raiders.  Keep in mind its the Raiders, who have one of the more “interesting” drafting strategies, they’re backups are worse than the Packers backups.
Zach Kruse 10-2 Green Bay Packers 34-10
The much-maligned Packers defense might get huge a break with Darren McFadden, Jacoby Ford and Denarius Moore all likely to sit. We saw how poor the Raiders offense played last week with a depleted group. Rodgers continues to roll on a sunny, 37 degree December day at Lambeau Field as the Packers cruise to 13-0.
Chad Toporski 11-1 Green Bay Packers 31-14
The Raiders’ running game might be enough to limit the possessions for the Packers’ offense… until they are forced to go to the air after Green Bay pulls ahead. A first-round bye for the playoffs will be locked up this week.

Chad Toporski, a Wisconsin native and current Pittsburgh resident, is a writer for You can follow Chad on twitter at @ChadToporski


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  1. it will certainly help to have all of those guys out. but this defense has been giving up yards and points to just about everyone, not just the elite teams. if the raiders had all of their weapons i could see this as a game they could lose, coming off an emotional hard fought game against the giants. and the players can say they are taking it one game at a time, but you know they had been looking at that giants game for a while. No let downs pack. Keep on rolling. Keep Rodgers upright and we should win going away.

  2. The good news – Carson Palmer 7 TD’s and 8 Int’s.

    The bad news – one more nasty Dline that will play past the whistle.

    Get an early lead and keep adding to it as many times as physically possible. This would be a great game to bring Flynn in and highlight his worth.

  3. I said it before last week, and ill still say it.

    I think the Packers will lose this one by a TD. The last true test for Packers, if they get past by the Raiders, then they go undefeated.

    Oakland 31-24

  4. I hope Woodson gets a pick-six. He had Palmer figured out back when he was with the Bengals.

  5. Hey Bacon , you must have fried your brain with your bacon , Packers blow the Raiders out. Packers 31- Raiders 16.
    Do you people get it that yardage means nothing , they do not put yardage on the board.
    They gave up points in San Dirgo because the Chargers are a tough team at home and they rarely lose at home and most of their yardage was when the game was at a 21 point Packers lead…
    12-0 you fools , get with it !

  6. Ha ha , I told you that anyone who picked the Raiders or thought it was going to be a close game was nuts ! I evem predicted the Raiders would get only 16 points and they shoulsnt have got that ! Now the crap about how the 48ers can beat us has to stop , they could not beat the Crads and they have struggled against weak teams. Also , stop the junk of how the Saints can beat us , I told you they are not good on grass and they almost lost on grass to a rookie QB in Tennessee. This is our year.

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