For 31 teams, true. But the Bears will suck like always. Hopefully they continue to play the part of Aarons personal rented mule and the Lions continue their Lambeau futility. Last game next season will be to close vs the Vikings on Jan 3.I actually don't think it looks bad at all. Glad to get Seattle at home, it's been a long time coming for that. It's big to get teams like the Chiefs and Seahawks, who have a notorious homefield advantage, at Lambeau.
But I agree with Vrill that strength of schedule is so hard to judge this far in advance. Schedules that look tough the summer before end up being cupcake schedules while the cupcake schedules end up being a challenge. It's just impossible to tell how some teams will look.
So we have automatic losses to SF and Seattle next season. Probably one loss to the Bears, since John Fox is a better HC than MM. Maybe one loss to the Lions, since they are up and coming. Probably a loss to Arizona since they have a good defense and our O stinks against good defenses.