Three games remain for the Green Bay Packers in the regular season and at this point, they're just hoping to limp across the finish line into the postseason.
The Packers currently sit at 9-4 and lead the Chicago Bears by one game in the NFC North. The Packers and Bears play this coming Sunday at Soldier Field in the biggest game of the season for both teams.
If the Packers beat the Bears on Sunday, they will clinch their second consecutive NFC North title and will guarantee at least one playoff game at Lambeau Field.
As of today, the Packers currently hold the number three overall seed in the NFC. They remain a game and a half behind San Francisco for the second overall seed and thanks to the 49ers' win over the Packers in Week 1, it seems the Packers will have to take the scenic route to New Orleans.
Although the Packers have been decimated by injuries, they have just as good a shot as any team to come out of the NFC. The Panthers beat the Falcons in stunning fashion this week and the 49ers have had issues against the St. Louis Rams. The NFC is wide open.
Here's a look at the potential Packers playoff opponents as they try to win a second Super Bowl in three years.