The Green Bay Packers would travel to play the New York Giants in the Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs if the season ended today. With a 6-3 record, the Packers would finish fifth in the NFC and be awarded the first wild-card spot.
With seven games left on the schedule, the Packers control their own playoff destiny. They need some help in the NFC North, but if the last two years have taught us anything, it's that seeding isn't necessarily the most important thing.
Many of the potential playoff matchups would be rematches from this season and even some from the final seven weeks. Based on how this season has gone, it's clear the Packers can beat any team in the NFL, but they've shown they can also lose any game as well.
The potential playoff and Super Bowl opponents are based on current playoff seedings. The first four teams are in the NFC and the top two AFC teams are analyzed.