This will be the first glance at the 2009 NFL regular season, with many more to come. Just when you all thought football season was over, guess again. While most people will just be writing about the upcoming NFL draft and free agency, I will be looking at how the next season could pan out.
The Packers will beat the Bears twice, giving them two needed wins in the NFC North against a longtime rival.
With the Detroit Lions being the way they always are, look for Green Bay to beat them twice and gain another two conference wins.
Green Bay and Minnesota will split the series, giving the Packers a final conference record of 5-1.
The Packers will beat the 49ers at Lambeau Field in a good game.
The NFC Champions will get the better of the Packers in Arizona, now that they have Kurt Warner signed again, unless Dom Capers' 3-4 defense and corners Al Harris and Charles Woodson can mesh better.
Another easy NFC West team, the Packers will prevail over the Seahawks and increase their record to 7-2.
The last time these two teams met was back in 2007, when they still sucked and the Packers ended up going 13-3. Once again, I don't expect to see a change in the Rams. Their record now being 8-2.
Well they always said there is a first time for everything and the Cowboys proved that last season as they won in Green Bay for the first time ever. Dallas' record in Green Bay is 1-5. Can they increase it to 2-5, yes. The Packers now being 8-3.
With the same team as last season, no way is Green Bay going to beat the Buccs. 8-4.
With the second best defense in the NFL last season, there is no way the Packers are going to be able to beat them. 8-5.
This one is a no-brainer here. They had one good season, and then went down the crapper again. With a new head coach, the likely-hood of them doing good this season as well are very slim. Green Bay wins and goes to 9-5.
The Bengals are pretty much bad. Carson Palmer is not up to par as he used to be. T.J. is gone. Chad Ocho-Cinco is over-rated. The Packers win this one as well and increase to 10-5.
The Packers are no match for the defending Super Bowl champs and will probably go down way too easily in this one. Green Bay loses finishing their record at 10-6.