How the 2018-19 NFL schedule could change from here
The NFL’s schedule will change with every passing week, which is the reason why the league’s biggest rival, the NFL’s other top-ranked franchise, the Green Bay Packers, will be looking to win at least one game during the 2019 regular season.
This will be a key season for the Green Packers.
They are coming off back-to-back NFC North titles and will be in the midst of a 10-game winning streak, and they are the team that has been playing their best football this year, ranking sixth in the league in rushing (8.3 yards per carry), rushing yards per game (4.6), and yards per play (5.2).
The Packers also have the NFL leaders in passing yards (4,934) and passing touchdowns (12).
They are also one of just four teams in the NFL that have the best rushing defense (10.0 yards per rush) and quarterback rating (83.7) in the nation.
In the playoffs, the Packers are expected to face a team that ranked third in the country in passing efficiency (194.2), fourth in yards per attempt (8th), and second in yards/attempt (15th).
While they’ll likely be playing a division rival, they also have a chance to win their division and the NFC North.
In addition to facing the Packers, the Vikings will also be facing a Packers team that ranks third in rushing yards (7.9 per carry) and third in yards in the air (9.0 per attempt).
The Vikings will play a team with a record of 1-7 and will have one of the top scoring offenses in the conference.
The Packers’ defense has ranked in the top 10 in passing defense three times in their 10-year history and has allowed just one touchdown all season.
The Packers are a playoff team this year.
With a 3-0 record in the regular season and a 1-0 mark in the playoffs and a playoff berth on the line, the odds of the Packers winning their first title in six years are very slim.
The game is on the schedule.