To be or not to be, that is the question.
With the lockout looming, it's unclear whether there will even be an NFL season next year, but if there is, the Green Bay Packers have a tough road ahead.
If they want to repeat as champions, they're first going to have to go through five playoff teams in the regular season.
So let's take a game-by-game look at the Packers' 2011 schedule.
This should be interesting.
The past two Super Bowl champions will do battle in week one to see who is the ultimate lord of the rings.
And I think quite a few fans will be anticipating the rematch between Greg Jennings and Darren Sharper.
With that being said, the Packers should be the favorite in this one and this should be a win for Green Bay.
But it is by no means a guarantee.
Cam Newton, Blaine Gabbert, Von Miller...whatever. Bring it on.
This game may be on the road, but if last year's divisional playoff is any indicator, the Packers feel right at home in Atlanta.
Rodgers has been a beast when playing in domes throughout his career, and the Packers clearly have Matt Ryan's number.
Still, the Falcons are a great home team, and this is a matchup that could go either way.
Win or lose, this should be a fun game to watch.
Let the Rodgers-Ryan rivalry continue!
The Rams are a team on the rise, but how high will they rise in 2011?
My guess is not high enough to beat the Packers in Lambeau, seeing as how they couldn't even win the worst division in NFL history last season.
What was one of the most intriguing matchups in the NFL a year ago has all of a sudden lost its flavor.
Still, this is an in-division game, and when these two teams play there's always a special intensity to the game.
Even with a motivated Vikings team, expect Green Bay to walk out of this one with a "W."
The Packers are off Week 8.
In week nine, the Packers have a potentially dangerous matchup in San Diego.
I'm telling you, people. Do not sleep on the Chargers.
The Chargers have an outstanding all-around team, and this game should go down to the very last minute.
There isn't much time between Packer-Viking matchups this year, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
As I said before, there's a lot of bad blood between these two and that could make this a great game.
Still, Green Bay has to be the favorite here.
The Packers have an interesting matchup in week 10 against the team that nearly pushed them out of the playoffs: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Tampa Bay is led by their stud young quarterback, Josh Freeman.
The Bucs may not be the most talented team in the league, but they seem to find a way.
This is by no means a lock for a win.
Not only do the Packers play on Christmas this year, they also play on Thanksgiving.
That's right. The Packers will travel to Detroit on Thanksgiving to take on the hungry Lions.
Detroit won their last four games in 2010 and could be a playoff team this year (no, really), so this shouldn't be easy. But the Packers have historically owned the Lions.
Still, this should be a fun game to watch.
The Packers will be traveling to Arrowhead late in the season to take on the Chiefs in a game that could have serious playoff implications.
Matt Cassel was David Garrard-esque last season. He wasn't great, but he was mistake-free. Jamaal Charles was ridiculous last season, tallying the league's best yards-per-carry average since Jim Brown.
Dwayne Bowe is a stud, and the Chiefs' defense is pretty good.
This should be one of the biggest tests on the Packers schedule.
This is the one date I will circle on my schedule.
A Christmas matchup between the Bears and Packers? Are you kidding me? I better go check my bed for Megan Fox, because I think I might be in heaven.
This could be a blowout, but it just seems awesome to me that on Christmas I'll be watching Packers-Bears.
This should be one hell of a game.
The Packers will close the season out by hosting the Lions in what should be an interesting game.
The Lions could have a playoff spot riding on this game, which means the game could have meaning.
Green Bay's the favorite if their starters play, but we'll see where we are come season's end.