The Packers are 15-1 and clinched the top seed in the NFC two weeks ago, meaning they get a break this weekend and will not have to play until Jan. 15.
After Week 17 in the NFL ended last night, the playoff picture has crystallized and there are three potential opponents the Packers could face in the first round of the playoffs: the No. 4 seed New York Giants, who won the NFC East on Sunday Night and who the Packers beat on Dec. 4 in a wild 38-35 win.
The Packers might also face one of the two Wild Card teams, both of which they also faced this year. These are the Atlanta Falcons, whom they beat 25-14, and the Lions, whom they beat twice. The first on Thanksgiving and then again on New Year's Day.
Here is my evaluation of the three remaining opponents that could travel to Lambeau Field and face the Packers along with their chances of pulling off an upset.