The Green Bay Packers are in comfortable position to clinch a playoff spot in Week 13. With a perfect 11-0 record, the Packers hold a two-game lead over the rest of the NFC and a four-game lead within the NFC North.
With the Packers all but officially in the playoffs, it is time to look at the worst-case scenarios for matchups that they may potentially face in the playoffs. With the playoff picture shaping up, the San Francisco 49ers, New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions and New York Giants are all pushing towards the playoffs. The Packers could face any of these teams in the 2011 playoffs.
The Packers have been untouchable so far this season and will rightfully be favored against any team in the league, but there are teams out there in the NFC that will challenge the Packers given the opportunity.