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Packers Look to Open with 49ers

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Packers Look to Open with 49ers

Fox broadcaster Chris Myers had this to say today...

If true, the Packers would likely play the 49ers at 3:15 p.m. Central time on Sunday Sept. 9. It's already been determined the Packers will host the 49ers no matter when they play by virtue of NFL's scheduling policies.

Hat tip: Total Packers

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Evan's picture

Would love to get that game out of the way early.

FITZCORE1252's EVO's picture

Bring. It.

GBP 4 LIFE

Richard Chang's picture

AND I have that day off! I can't wait

Luna's picture

Bull crap packers should be openning against the giants not those sorry $#@$& cow boys they didnt win no superbowl to have that right to open the season the last superbowl winner star off the season!!!!!!

Luna's picture

True packers fans do not watch openning game ...you can't snub the packers and not get a reaction from true fans!!!!

PackersRS's picture

My take is that the Packers not playing the opener was because of the network showing Packers x Giants (probably Fox) not wanting it to be the opener game.

As for the game vs. SF, Fitz said it well.

dgtalmn's picture

Great way to start, love to see the Packers do some damage and start the season off with a BIG win.

FITZCORE1252's EVO's picture

Yessir

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