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Green Bay Packers 2013 Schedule, Opponents and Sites Determined

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Green Bay Packers 2013 Schedule, Opponents and Sites Determined

Much of the 2013 Packers' schedule has been published in the recently released 2012 NFL Record and Fact Book with 14 of their 16 opponents and sites already determined.

The Packers and the NFC North will play opponents from the AFC North and NFC East in their entirety in 2013.

In addition to facing NFC North rivals Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings at both home and on the road, the rest of the Packers schedule is as follows:


Philadelphia Eagles

Washington Redskins

Cleveland Browns

Pittsburgh Steelers

NFC South opponent


Dallas Cowboys

New York Giants

Baltimore Ravens

Cincinnati Bengals

NFC West opponent

The only two games yet to be determined are a home game against an NFC South team and a road game against an NFC West team that will be scheduled based upon where the Packers' finish in the 2012 NFC North standings.

The away game at Dallas will mark the Packers' first return to Dallas since their win in Super Bowl XLV. Meanwhile, their home game against the Steelers will mark the first time they've faced Pittsburgh since Super Bowl XLV as well.

2013 will also mark the third consecutive year the Packers will play on the road against the New York Giants.

Brian Carriveau is the editor at Cheesehead TV. To contact Brian, email [email protected].

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Evan's picture

AFC North and NFC East - damn, that's a murder's row of teams.

Bearmeat's picture

Nope. Pit and Bal are on a downward trend. Cincy is unpredictable and Cleveland is a mess.

The Giants are bipolar (either great or effin awful). The Cowboys are overhyped every year. The Iggles could be tough (depending again on Vick's health) and the Redskins are awful.

I'd bet at least 5-3 in those games. Maybe 6-2.

Evan's picture

Well, it's certainly hard to predict where teams will be next year, let alone two years from now.

But I think you're too quick to dismiss the future prospects of the Ravens and Steelers, two of the most well-run franchises in the league.

Redskins will be in year 2 of RGIII and should be better. Playing in Dallas and in NY is never easy, and both of those teams should still be contenders in 2014. Ditto the Bengals with Dalton and AJ Green.

All that said, I certainly expect the Packers to win a majority of those games regardless.

Evan's picture

Besides, the Eagles will be in year 2 of their dynasty, and I certainly want no part of that.

Zach Kruse's picture

I said on Twitter the other day when this was released: 2013 is going to be tough, no matter which way you slice it up. The five road games (not even counting the division) could be brutal. And if the Packers finish in 1st in the North (as expected), that fifth road game will almost certainly be a trip to San Francisco.

Jersey Al's picture

Awesome - coming to Jersey again!

woodson4president's picture

Happy about afc north....livin in wv those are the games i go see. But yeah what a rough schedule its ALWAYS nice to beat up on Jerrys Kids though!!

FITZCORE1252's EVO's picture

Some solid teams, we're better. Should be fun!


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Bearmeat's picture

THANK you Fitz.

Ct Sharpe Cheddar's picture

The schedule was already known,because of the rotation.Pack went to Redskins in 2010,Dallas and NY came to Green Bay,Pack lost to Pitt at Pitt (last 3 secs)Ravens lost in GB.GB lost in Cincy (Jennings false start ended game.Pack destroyed Cleveland there. And Pack started and finished Philly season

Tony's picture

Got my travel plans to cincy!

Lynn Dickey 12's picture

Hey! Somebody tell Jayme Joers! Looks like a Cheesehead weekend in the Queen City of the Ohio River!

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