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UpTheSeam85


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:30 pm    Post subject: 2013 Opponents Reply with quote

I know this is far in advance, but I thought it would be interesting to look at who we will be facing next year.

Min x2
Chi x2
Det x2
@Cowboys
@Giants
vs Eagles
vs Redskins
vs Steelers
@Ravens
@Bengals
vs Browns
Falcons
SF/SEA(probably SF)

Not sure who out of Atlanta and SF/SEA we play home or away.

A lot of tough games it looks like and should make for a great season.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We play the AFC North? YESSSSSSSSSSSSS
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That'll be a pretty brutal schedule.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 11:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

we really at New York again...cmon
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That looks to be one hell of a schedule.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 12:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Smells like a 23-0 season to me.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

im guessing @ Dallas on thanksgiving
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 1:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

phillipraz wrote:
im guessing @ Dallas on thanksgiving
That would be awesome, I do love my Thanksgiving football.

At least we play the Eagles... 1-15... Detroit your 0-16 record is safe!
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Why would we be on the road at the Giants again? The last 2 regular season meetings in a row were in New Jersey. If anything, we'll get the Giants and Eagles at home (our last 2 meetings with them were also on the road if you count the playoffs) and the Redskins on the road, that would be my guess. Falcons would probably be at home as well, since our last 2 (3/potentially 4 including the playoffs) meetings against them were also on the road, and our last 2 meetings against Dallas were at home, so I foresee it being in Arlington this time (place where we won our last Super Bowl Very Happy).

But, just think, IF we do manage to win the SB again this year, I guarantee you the schedule makers will be creaming themselves because it leaves them with not one, not two, but three intriguing possible matchups for the season opener (4 if the Ravens somehow find a way to run the table and make it to the SB, assuming it's also at Lambeau, which is highly unlikely at this point, but you never know in the playoffs, as the last 2 years have showed us):

Steelers at Packers-rematch of Super Bowl XLV (same jerseys, too, Pack in their green [home] jerseys and Steelers in their white [away] jerseys).

Giants at Packers-last 2 (or 3, depending on how you look at it) SB champs.

Or possibly:

Falcons at Packers-Potential rematch of the 2013 NFC Championship Game (at Lambeau this time), much like the Vikings-Saints opening day rematch of the 2010 NFCCG.

In all likelihood, one of these will be the season opener and the other two will be prime time games.
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KManX89 wrote:
Why would we be on the road at the Giants again? The last 2 regular season meetings in a row were in New Jersey. If anything, we'll get the Giants and Eagles at home (our last 2 meetings with them were also on the road if you count the playoffs) and the Redskins on the road, that would be my guess. Falcons would probably be at home as well, since our last 2 (3/potentially 4 including the playoffs) meetings against them were also on the road, and our last 2 meetings against Dallas were at home, so I foresee it being in Arlington this time (place where we won our last Super Bowl Very Happy).

But, just think, IF we do manage to win the SB again this year, I guarantee you the schedule makers will be creaming themselves because it leaves them with not one, not two, but three intriguing possible matchups for the season opener (4 if the Ravens somehow find a way to run the table and make it to the SB, assuming it's also at Lambeau, which is highly unlikely at this point, but you never know in the playoffs, as the last 2 years have showed us):

Steelers at Packers-rematch of Super Bowl XLV (same jerseys, too, Pack in their green [home] jerseys and Steelers in their white [away] jerseys).

Giants at Packers-last 2 (or 3, depending on how you look at it) SB champs.

Or possibly:

Falcons at Packers-Potential rematch of the 2013 NFC Championship Game (at Lambeau this time), much like the Vikings-Saints opening day rematch of the 2010 NFCCG.

In all likelihood, one of these will be the season opener and the other two will be prime time games.

First of all let me say this, you are stupid and do should do some research before talking. Where we play the opponent doesn't necessarily matter where we played them last, unless it's an AFC opponent. We play the Browns and Steelers at home because in 2009 we played them away, we play at the Bengals and Ravens because in 2009 we played them at home.
We play the Giants in NY because we played them at home in 2010, we okay the Redskins at home because we played in Washington in 2010. Get the pattern? The only 2 opponents for whom our location isn't decided yet is the Falcons and SF/SEA which I am not sure how it is decided.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 3:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shocked

Looks tough
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 5:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

UpTheSeam85 wrote:
KManX89 wrote:
Why would we be on the road at the Giants again? The last 2 regular season meetings in a row were in New Jersey. If anything, we'll get the Giants and Eagles at home (our last 2 meetings with them were also on the road if you count the playoffs) and the Redskins on the road, that would be my guess. Falcons would probably be at home as well, since our last 2 (3/potentially 4 including the playoffs) meetings against them were also on the road, and our last 2 meetings against Dallas were at home, so I foresee it being in Arlington this time (place where we won our last Super Bowl Very Happy).

But, just think, IF we do manage to win the SB again this year, I guarantee you the schedule makers will be creaming themselves because it leaves them with not one, not two, but three intriguing possible matchups for the season opener (4 if the Ravens somehow find a way to run the table and make it to the SB, assuming it's also at Lambeau, which is highly unlikely at this point, but you never know in the playoffs, as the last 2 years have showed us):

Steelers at Packers-rematch of Super Bowl XLV (same jerseys, too, Pack in their green [home] jerseys and Steelers in their white [away] jerseys).

Giants at Packers-last 2 (or 3, depending on how you look at it) SB champs.

Or possibly:

Falcons at Packers-Potential rematch of the 2013 NFC Championship Game (at Lambeau this time), much like the Vikings-Saints opening day rematch of the 2010 NFCCG.

In all likelihood, one of these will be the season opener and the other two will be prime time games.

First of all let me say this, you are stupid and do should do some research before talking. Where we play the opponent doesn't necessarily matter where we played them last, unless it's an AFC opponent. We play the Browns and Steelers at home because in 2009 we played them away, we play at the Bengals and Ravens because in 2009 we played them at home.
We play the Giants in NY because we played them at home in 2010, we okay the Redskins at home because we played in Washington in 2010. Get the pattern? The only 2 opponents for whom our location isn't decided yet is the Falcons and SF/SEA which I am not sure how it is decided.



so, him not knowing 100% how the scheduling works makes him stupid? wonder what that makes you for being an internet tough guy,.,.. if anything i'm guessing it makes you warned from a mod when they see your post.




never know how good or bad teams will be/change next year. the ravens are definitely on the way down, Bengals and skins up.
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ECPackers wrote:
UpTheSeam85 wrote:
KManX89 wrote:
Why would we be on the road at the Giants again? The last 2 regular season meetings in a row were in New Jersey. If anything, we'll get the Giants and Eagles at home (our last 2 meetings with them were also on the road if you count the playoffs) and the Redskins on the road, that would be my guess. Falcons would probably be at home as well, since our last 2 (3/potentially 4 including the playoffs) meetings against them were also on the road, and our last 2 meetings against Dallas were at home, so I foresee it being in Arlington this time (place where we won our last Super Bowl Very Happy).

But, just think, IF we do manage to win the SB again this year, I guarantee you the schedule makers will be creaming themselves because it leaves them with not one, not two, but three intriguing possible matchups for the season opener (4 if the Ravens somehow find a way to run the table and make it to the SB, assuming it's also at Lambeau, which is highly unlikely at this point, but you never know in the playoffs, as the last 2 years have showed us):

Steelers at Packers-rematch of Super Bowl XLV (same jerseys, too, Pack in their green [home] jerseys and Steelers in their white [away] jerseys).

Giants at Packers-last 2 (or 3, depending on how you look at it) SB champs.

Or possibly:

Falcons at Packers-Potential rematch of the 2013 NFC Championship Game (at Lambeau this time), much like the Vikings-Saints opening day rematch of the 2010 NFCCG.

In all likelihood, one of these will be the season opener and the other two will be prime time games.

First of all let me say this, you are stupid and do should do some research before talking. Where we play the opponent doesn't necessarily matter where we played them last, unless it's an AFC opponent. We play the Browns and Steelers at home because in 2009 we played them away, we play at the Bengals and Ravens because in 2009 we played them at home.
We play the Giants in NY because we played them at home in 2010, we okay the Redskins at home because we played in Washington in 2010. Get the pattern? The only 2 opponents for whom our location isn't decided yet is the Falcons and SF/SEA which I am not sure how it is decided.



so, him not knowing 100% how the scheduling works makes him stupid? wonder what that makes you for being an internet tough guy,.,.. if anything i'm guessing it makes you warned from a mod when they see your post.




never know how good or bad teams will be/change next year. the ravens are definitely on the way down, Bengals and skins up.

My bad, I'm just in a bad mood and him questioning me sort of just angered me, shouldn't have said that...
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 6:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

UpTheSeam85 wrote:
ECPackers wrote:
UpTheSeam85 wrote:
KManX89 wrote:
Why would we be on the road at the Giants again? The last 2 regular season meetings in a row were in New Jersey. If anything, we'll get the Giants and Eagles at home (our last 2 meetings with them were also on the road if you count the playoffs) and the Redskins on the road, that would be my guess. Falcons would probably be at home as well, since our last 2 (3/potentially 4 including the playoffs) meetings against them were also on the road, and our last 2 meetings against Dallas were at home, so I foresee it being in Arlington this time (place where we won our last Super Bowl Very Happy).

But, just think, IF we do manage to win the SB again this year, I guarantee you the schedule makers will be creaming themselves because it leaves them with not one, not two, but three intriguing possible matchups for the season opener (4 if the Ravens somehow find a way to run the table and make it to the SB, assuming it's also at Lambeau, which is highly unlikely at this point, but you never know in the playoffs, as the last 2 years have showed us):

Steelers at Packers-rematch of Super Bowl XLV (same jerseys, too, Pack in their green [home] jerseys and Steelers in their white [away] jerseys).

Giants at Packers-last 2 (or 3, depending on how you look at it) SB champs.

Or possibly:

Falcons at Packers-Potential rematch of the 2013 NFC Championship Game (at Lambeau this time), much like the Vikings-Saints opening day rematch of the 2010 NFCCG.

In all likelihood, one of these will be the season opener and the other two will be prime time games.

First of all let me say this, you are stupid and do should do some research before talking. Where we play the opponent doesn't necessarily matter where we played them last, unless it's an AFC opponent. We play the Browns and Steelers at home because in 2009 we played them away, we play at the Bengals and Ravens because in 2009 we played them at home.
We play the Giants in NY because we played them at home in 2010, we okay the Redskins at home because we played in Washington in 2010. Get the pattern? The only 2 opponents for whom our location isn't decided yet is the Falcons and SF/SEA which I am not sure how it is decided.



so, him not knowing 100% how the scheduling works makes him stupid? wonder what that makes you for being an internet tough guy,.,.. if anything i'm guessing it makes you warned from a mod when they see your post.




never know how good or bad teams will be/change next year. the ravens are definitely on the way down, Bengals and skins up.

My bad, I'm just in a bad mood and him questioning me sort of just angered me, shouldn't have said that...




fair enough. you must be in a bad mood. from outside perspective, it just looks like was upset we have to play team X on the road
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 22, 2012 9:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

UpTheSeam85 wrote:
The only 2 opponents for whom our location isn't decided yet is the Falcons and SF/SEA which I am not sure how it is decided.


Actually it is decided. We will play the Falcons at home and SF/SEA on the road.

Here's the rotation for the same place games.

2009: Played NFC West
2010: vs 49ers
2011: vs Rams
2012: Played NFC West
2013: @ SF/SEA
2014: @ NFCW
2015: Play NFC West

See the pattern? The location of the same place games flip every time we play the division. Home in 2010/11 and Away in 2013/14

And for the NFC South

2008: Played NFC South
2009: @ Buccaneers
2010: @ Falcons
2011: Played NFC South
2012: vs Saints
2013: vs Falcons
2014: Play NFC South
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