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Cheesehead TV LIVE: LaFleur

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Cheesehead TV LIVE: LaFleur

The Green Bay Packers' offseason is in full swing and there's a new sheriff in town. The Packers have hired Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator, Matt LaFleur, to be the next head coach. His first order of business? Firing Ron Zook. 

 
Down in Chicago, the Bears have been double doinked into the offseason. It was a beautiful ending to one of the best seasons the Bears have had in a long time. 
 
Jason and Jeremy discuss it all on this episode of Cheesehead TV LIVE!

 

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-- Jason is a freelance writer and has been on staff since 2012.  You can follow him on Twitter here

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albert999's picture

Tom Silverstein writes
Lafleur is getting 5-5.5 mil a year and McCarthy gets 9mil from Packers to sit home in 2019
WOW

albert999's picture

So that 14-14.5 million this year for Head Coaching costs
That’s crazy

albert999's picture

I was just posting facts

Doug Niemczynski's picture

Green Bay Packers 2019 Opponents

Home: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, Oakland
Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins

Away: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers

Tough Schedule. .

JimR_in_SoCal's picture

Watch the league schedule the away games at LA, NY, and SF, all in a row.

albert999's picture

our record sucked
aren’t we suppose to get an easier schedule because of that?

Qoojo's picture

Well apparently, the NFC North is playing NFC East and AFC West divisions, then the packers get Panthers and 49ers due to where they finished in the division.

Tarynfor12's picture

It's a standard yearly schedule that is filled in by who finished where in the Division...fill in the blank. The only part that is decided differently yearly is the who and when the match ups take place.

Doug_In_Sandpoint's picture

We play the 6 division games, the AFC West teams, and the NFC East teams. Same as all NFC North teams. Then we play the 3rd place teams from the remaining NFC conferences...Panthers and 49ers.

Jonathan Spader's picture

We had the NFL's "easiest" schedule in 2016. These "easy" or "tough" schedules mean nothing. The NFL changes rapidly from year to year. Chicago went from missing playoffs to being a 1 and done playoff team. Double DOINK lol. Who the Packers play doesn't matter not shooting themselves in the foot is what matters.

Swisch's picture

All the teams in the Packers division play basically the same schedule, I think. In other words, the Lions, Bears, and Vikings are also going to play all the teams in the AFC West and the NFC East.
So that leaves only two other games for the Packers against the Panthers and 49ers.
It seems the good thing about this way of scheduling is that winning a division title really means something, because all of the teams in a division play very close to the same schedule.
The other variable is the timing of the games as far as travel. The Packers got a raw deal this season playing away at the Rams and Patriots consecutively, and then having the Vikings at home but on a Thursday (if I'm not mistaken).
A lot of things went wrong last season. Let's hope all of those bad breaks are matched by good breaks in 2019.

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