Green Bay Packers 2012 Season Schedule Released All Green Bay Packers All the Time

The Official 2012 Schedule of the Green Bay Packers:

(all times are Central Time)

Time TV

Thu., Aug. 9 @ San Diego Chargers 7:00 PM ESPN
Fri., Aug. Cleveland Browns (Gold Pkg.) 7:00 PM State/WGBA
Thu., Aug @ Cincinnati Bengals 7:00 PM State/WGBA
Thu., Sep. Kansas City Chiefs (Bishop’s Charities game) 7:00 PM State/WGBA
Sun., Sept. 9 San Francisco 49ers 3:15 PM FOX
Thu., Sept. 13 Chicago Bears 7:20 PM NFLN
Mon., Sept. 24 @Seattle Seahawks 7:30 PM ESPN
Sun., Sept. 30 New Orleans Saints
3:15 PM
Sun., Oct. 7 @ Indianapolis Colts 12:00 PM FOX
Sun., Oct. 14 @ Houston Texans 7:20PM NBC
Sun., Oct. 21 @ St. Louis Rams 12:00PM FOX
Sun., Oct. 28 Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM CBS
Sun., Nov. 4 Arizona Cardinals 12:00 PM FOX
Mon, Nov. 11  BYE
Sun., Nov. 18 @ Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX
Sun., Nov. 25 @ N.Y. Giants 7:20 PM NBC
Sun., Dec. 2 Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM FOX
Sun., Dec. 9 Detroit Lions 7:20 PM NBC
Sun., Dec. 16 @ Chicago Bears 12:00 PM FOX
Sun., Dec. 23 Tennessee Titans 12:00 PM CBS
Sun., Dec. 30 @ Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM FOX

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14 thoughts on “Green Bay Packers 2012 Season Schedule Released

  1. I think that the NFL was trying their best to even out that “easy” schedule with the first four games, the three consecutive road games, and the remaining three night games.

  2. A 7-2 record going into the bye would be good,8-1 is great.A 6-3 or worse with the last 7 weeks with 5 division games is murderous and very well dictate Division Winner who IMO will be the only playoff team from the NFC North.

  3. I have to say, I’m more concerned about the first two games of the season than the 3 straight road games. But overall, the first seven games are a huge test with 49ers, Bears, Saints, Texans. I’d be satisfied splitting those four games.

    1. The Saints will be a hot mess this year Al.

      And the Texans won’t be as good as they were. Losing Winston and Mario is HUGE for that team.

      7-2 at the bye. If not, It’ll be disappointing.

      1. Re: The Saints. Who knows? Maybe they’ll play the season with the biggest chip on their collective shoulder that the league has seen in a long time. I wouldn’t count them out yet.

        As for the Texans. . . . They played pretty well with Williams out most of last year, and Andre Johnson will almost certainly be in better health. Also have one of the better running games in the league, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see them have a flashy young player opposite Johnson after the draft.

        1. I agree with you. I expect N.O. to be just as tough as last year and the Texans have a solid all-around team and could be my choice to make it to the SB…

          1. Wanna put a 6 pack on it? 😉

            The Saints will finish at the bottom off that division. Maybe 3rd.

            Texans could be very good. We just don’t know.

  4. The first 3 home games are a doozy. Having the bears
    5 days after a hard nosed 49ers game isn’t ideal. Oh well…12-4 reg season with a Super Bowl victoy to follow

  5. First three are tough, but IMO we come out at least 2-1, if not 3-0.

    at Texans and at Detroit are the toughest remaining games. IMO NYG will be out of it by then anyway. (I think Philly rights the ship and Dallas is more competitive this year).

    Every game is certainly winnable Anything less that 12-4 would be disappointing.

  6. Seattle is supposed to be a difficult place to play . . . and you know Flynn is going to be motivated to have a big game. Not to mention that he knows our defense pretty well by now. That game could be bothersome.

  7. The first two games will get everyone’s attention. But I’m predicting the trifecta of the three M’s, Matthews, Mercilus and McClellin (yes, you heard right) will get 6 sacks against Smith to spearhead the Packs run to an undefeated season(yes, you heard right).

    In the second game Cutler will get injured ending his season and Brandon Marshall will be sacked on a flea-flicker play bringing the 3M’s running total to 15 sacks.

    By the time the undefeated dominating Pack play the final game of the season the Queens, recognizing the utter futility in playing the game, forfeit. The Humpty Dome is demolished shortly afterward and the hocky Kings in L.A. finally get their mate when the Queens move there. So it is written, so it shall be done.

  8. I just checked out the bearlys schdule…wow, what a bunch of cream puffs they play, well, except when they run into the Packer Machine

  9. If the D recovers to an acceptable level I don’t care how the schedule is layed out. The one Thursday game at home is good. Playing NO and SF at home is a good thing. Overall the to win the division, all the Packers need to do is play top 10 defense.

    In the two years prior to last years’ defensive debacle they were top three depending on how you lood at it. Last year they were any where between twenty-seventh and thirty-second. Hope Capers is hard at work fixing that debacle.

    I don’t predict ever, but I am not taking my ulcer meds yet.

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