Road to the Super Bowl: Your 2015 Green Bay Packers Schedule All Green Bay Packers All the Time

The Official 2015 Schedule of the Green Bay Packers:

Date Opponent Time TV RESULT
Aug. 13 @ New England Patriots 6:30PM State
Sun Aug 23 @Pittsburgh Steelers 7:00 PM State
Aug 29 Philadelphia Eagles 7:00PM State
Sep. 3 New Orleans Saints 6:00PM State
 Sun Sep 13  @ Chicago Bears  12:00PM  FOX
 Sun Sep 20  Seattle Seahawks  7:30PM NBC
 Mon Sep 28  Kansas City Chiefs  7:30PM  ESPN
 Sun oct 4  @ San Francisco 49ers  3:25PM  FOX
 Sun Oct 11  St. Louis Rams  12:00PM  CBS
 Sun Oct 18  San Diego Chargers  3:25PM  CBS
 Sun Oct 25  BYE
 Sun Nov 1  @ Denver Broncos  7:30PM  NBC
 Sun Nov 8  @ Carolina Panthers  12:00PM  FOX
 Sun Nov 15  Detroit Lions  12:00PM  FOX
 Sun Nov 22 @ Minnesota Vikings  12:00PM FOX
 Thu Nov. 26  Chicago Bears (Favre Jersey Retirement?) 7:30PM  NBC
 Thu Dec 3  @ Detroit Lions  7:25PM NFLN
 Sun Dec 13  Dallas Cowboys  3:25PM  FOX
 Sun Dec 20  @Oakland Raiders  3:05PM  FOX
 Sun Dec 27  @Arizona Cardinals  3:25PM FOX
 Sun Jan 3  Minnesota Vikings  12:00PM  FOX

The Packers have only one thing in mind:  Get to the game they were only five minutes from last year when disaster struck, the Super Bowl. They know know what the first sixteen stops along that road will look like. Tally Ho!

Go Pack Go!


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10 thoughts on “Road to the Super Bowl: Your 2015 Green Bay Packers Schedule

  1. I’d like to have the Vikings earlier and the Lions later because I think the Vikes are on the way up and the Lions on the way down. Glad we have the Bears at their place early.

    But it won’t matter. 14-2 and a Lombardi are headed our way this year.

  2. The Packers seem to start the regular season in preseason mode because as a draft and development team, they play a lot of backups for evaluation as oppose to playing the starters. I would like to have seen Seattle in the 2nd quarter of the schedule because of this. Plus, Guion will still be suspended in week 2 and we must stop Lynch.

    1. Totally with you on that, I was hoping they’d get Seattle sometime after week 4. On the flip Raji will be fresh so hopefully Guion won’t be missed quite as much. I think they have a great chance to start 6-0. The Thursday night game against the Bears is at Home on short rest but at least it’s home. Then a full week heading into Thanksgiving and a mini bye going into Dallas after that. I like the Schedule myself and agree with your prediction above, maybe even 14-2.

  3. I’m pleased with this. No 3-game road trips. The better teams are divided across the schedule pretty well. Decent bye placement. Thanks, NFL!

  4. I would say 14-2 schedule, if Packers will play up to their talent… And I’m certain they will…

  5. This schedule can break really well for the Packers. They play 6 games then have a bye and they play another 6 games and have a mini-bye after a Thursday game against the Lions. I’m not crazy about 2 Thursday games in a row but it should be OK. I see the Packers going 7-1 or 8-0 at home (only possible home loss to Seattle, but since it’s the home opener I doubt it). 6-2 on the road with possible losses at Denver and Arizona. For now, I’ll say 13-3 and no worse than 12-4 for the regular season. After the draft and training camp I’ll have a stronger feel for my expectations for the season. For now, I like our chances in 2015. Thanks, Since ’61

  6. A smashing schedule!! Much easier than last year. I see them losing one game tops this year. Let’s hope and pray that we have another relatively injury free year like last year. When healthy, nobody has a deeper roster than the Pack and that’s a credit to the legendary Ted Thompson and his crackerjack staff of scouts.

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