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2006 Opponents

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Zero2Cool, Dec 26, 2005.

  1. Zero2Cool

    Zero2Cool I own a website

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    2006 opponents

    (Current record in parentheses)

    Home

    Chicago Bears (11-4)

    Detroit Lions (5-10)

    Minnesota Vikings (8-7)

    Arizona Cardinals (5-10)

    St. Louis Rams (5-10)

    New England Patriots (9-5)

    New York Jets (3-11)

    New Orleans Saints (3-12)

    Away

    Chicago Bears (11-4)

    Detroit Lions (5-10)

    Minnesota Vikings (8-7)

    San Francisco 49ers (3-12)

    Seattle Seahawks (13-2)

    Buffalo Bills (5-10)

    Miami Dolphins (8-7)

    Philadelphia Eagles (6-9)


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  2. jdlax

    jdlax Cheesehead

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    Wow, they finally come to Seattle. I'll get to go to that one for sure. Why are they in Philadelphia yet again though?
     
  3. Hammer

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    It has to do with the rotation of the schedule ( which sounds ironic in this case ). It just so happens that the schedule says the 4th place team in the North plays at the 4th place team in the East. This year was 1 North at 1 East.
    Hammer
     
  4. packerfan4ever

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    well i hope when we play the pats we win i dont care for them at all.
     
  5. Packersfan43084

    Packersfan43084 Cheesehead

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    That schedule looks much easier than this year. Even if Rodgers is our quarterback next season (I hope not) we can still beat the likes of San Fran, Arizona, New Orleans, and the Jets. But as we all know, anything can happen in the NFL.
     
  6. PackerChick

    PackerChick Cheesehead

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    How are the opponents determined?
     
  7. sixone220

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    looks like 16-0 to me.
     
  8. dan7

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    Since I live in the Pacific Northwest...I'm looking forward to seeing the Seahawks-Packers game in person!
     
  9. TOPackerFan

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    PackerChick, 8 games are based on rotation i.e. playing each team in a division from the AFC and each team in a division from the NFC. 6 games are division games and the remaining two are determined by schedule. We play the NFC West, the AFC East and the last place teams in the NFC East (Philly) and the NFC South (New Orleans).
     
  10. ArizonaPackerFan

    ArizonaPackerFan Cheesehead

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    Crap!!! We play Arizona, but it's in Green Bay :(
     
  11. skibum55

    skibum55 Cheesehead

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    Hey AZPackFan,

    If you can wait until 2009, the Pack will be in AZ.
     
  12. DePack

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    At Philly again. How many times in a row have we played at Philly?
     
  13. P@ck66

    P@ck66 Banned Banned

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    Wow!

    When was the last time the Jets were at LAmbeau?

    (Was it Joe Willy...?)
     
  14. TOPackerFan

    TOPackerFan Cheesehead

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    2003 regular season was the last time they played at Lambeau. 2004 playoffs, 2004 regular season and 2005 regular season have all been at Philly.
     
  15. musccy

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    Everyone in the Pac. NW is happy, but I see you got screwed TO w/ no games v. the Argonauts :)

    But seriously, the strength of schedule or who the opponents are mean nothing to me now. It never fails that the teams you figure will be good wind up stinking, and visa versa.
     
  16. musccy

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    Everyone in the Pac. NW is happy, but I see you got screwed TO w/ no games v. the Argonauts :)

    But seriously, the strength of schedule or who the opponents are mean nothing to me now. It never fails that the teams you figure will be good wind up stinking, and visa versa.
     
  17. TOPackerFan

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    I did, but there is a game in Buffalo which is as close as they'll ever be (and is likely the only reason I'd ever go to Buffalo).
     
  18. ArizonaPackerFan

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    I can't wait that long. Hopefully the Packers will play the Cardinals in the NFC championship next year in Arizona so I can see them. Well, I can dream can't I? :D

    It would have to be a dream, because during the Cardinals 18 years in Arizona, they have never had a home playoff game.
     

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