Packers 2022 Schedule: Every Game Prediction, Opponents Overall Wins, Record Prediction

The Packers are aiming for a fourth straight playoff appearance in 2022 under Matt LaFleur, but they’ll look very different when they step onto the field in September, at least on Aaron Rodgers’ side. Gone is Davante Adams, A-Rod’s longtime top target, as well as starting rights against Billy Turner. The question is how much will their losses affect them as newcomers like Christian Watson and Quay Walker look to make an early impact?

Here’s our early prediction for every single game in the Packers’ 18-week regular-season schedule:

Line: Packers -1.5 | Opponent wins: O/U 9.0

Minnesota’s dangerous pass rush with a rejuvenated Danielle Hunter and ex-Packer Za’Darius Smith keeps Rodgers frustrated early on. However, A-Rod wins a late back and forth, relying on quick clearances against a young Vikings corner group.

Forecast: Packers win 24-21
Recording: 1-0

Week 2 vs Bears

Opponent wins: O/U 6.5

Rodgers owns Chicago, remember, and that continues here. Matt Eberflus’ defense turns out to be more attacking than expected, but Justin Fields has to do almost everything himself under constant pressure from Rashan Gary. An ugly one for the home team.

final score: Packers win 23-14
Recording: 2-0

Opponent wins: O/U 11.5

Rodgers is 2-0 against the Brady-led Bucs, including the playoffs, and the streak extends to sunny Florida, where Tampa Bay methodically moves the ball and Todd Bowles’ creative fronts prove too much for Rodgers and a mediocre receiving corps prove

final score: Packers lose 29-22
Recording: 2-1

Opponent wins: O/U 8.5

Bill Belichick is playing it safe by taking a ground-and-pound approach at Lambeau, and it’s keeping things close. But Rodgers hits several deep shots against New England’s “D” just coming from tough games against Pittsburgh and Baltimore.

final score: Packers win 26-23
Recording: 3-1

Opponent wins: O/U 7.0

The neutral London environment initially plays in the Giants’ favor, with Leonard Williams and Kayvon Thibodeaux frustrating Aaron Rodgers from goal. But then A-Rod hits his crotch and controls the clock with drop after drop down the track.

final score: Packers win 27-17
Recording: 4-1

Week 6 vs Jets

Opponent wins: O/U 5.5

Robert Saleh’s group brings extra energy to Lambeau, where Zach Wilson and company surprise at half-time. But a late outburst from Aaron Jones and added pressure on Wilson saved Green Bay from the excitement at the conference.

final score: Packers win 24-21
Recording: 5-1

Opponent wins: O/U 7.5

The three-game streak concludes in DC, where Rodgers can’t escape Washington’s impressive D-line and Scott Turner unleashes a run-heavy Antonio Gibson attack that takes the pressure off Carson Wentz. FedEx Field is freaking out with excitement.

final score: Packers lose 29-24
Recording: 5-2

Opponent wins: O/U 11.5

LaFleur leans on Jones and AJ Dillon to try to reduce Josh Allen’s presence, but the Bills are juiced under the lights and come out of their bye, and not even Jaire Alexander can stop the deep shots at Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis.

final score: Packers lose 34-24
Recording: 5-3

Opponent wins: O/U 6.0

Jared Goff is spot on for a rebound as the Packers front keeps Detroit mostly irrelevant on offense (except for Jameson Williams) while Rodgers airs it against the Lions secondary, who just the week before were knocked out by Tyreek Hill in was set on fire.

final score: Packers win 31-17
Recording: 6-3

Opponent wins: O/U 10.5

Dallas is rested after their reunion and CeeDee Lamb threatens to ruin the Packers’ chance of another winning streak with a string of big games. But Alexander knocks out Dak Prescott to thwart a late shot on target and a last-second field goal seals it.

final score: Packers win 27-24
Recording: 7-3

Opponent wins: O/U 9.5

The awkward presence of Jeffery Simmons up front leaves the Packers stagnant early on, but Ryan Tannehill can’t quite match even Robert Woods in the second-half airplay as Rodgers plucks at Tennessee’s corners.

final score: Packers win 28-20
Recording: 8-3

Opponent wins: O/U 9.0

Jalen Hurts and co. are proving impressive, with AJ Brown and DeVonta Smith keeping the Packers busy as runners-up. But Rodgers prevailed with short throws throughout the game and set up a green field goal late in the fourth game to calm the Linc.

final score: Packers win 31-28
Recording: 9-3

Week 13 at Bears

Opponent wins: O/U 6.5

At this point, Justin Fields is acting through pain, and all eyes are on Chicago to finally get him some help in the 2023 offseason. LaFleur decides to limit Rodgers wear and tear here and let Jones do a lot of good work locally instead.

final score: Packers win 27-16
Recording: 10-3

Week 15 vs. Rams

Opponent wins: O/U 10.5

The Packers are rested from their reunion and Rodgers brings his A-game into prime time. Matthew Stafford’s supporting cast prove superior, however, as Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson combine to keep the ball in Los Angeles hands.

final score: Packers lose 31-27
Recording: 10-4

Opponent wins: O/U 8.5

The Packers head to Miami in a short week, starting slow and Mike McDaniel showing some of the best tricks his 49ers have pulled against Green Bay in years. A run and reverse heavy attack with Hill gets the ‘Phins excited.

final score: Packers lose 26-24
Recording: 10-5

Week 17 against Vikings

Opponent wins: O/U 9.5

Kirk Cousins ​​and co. compete for wildcard life under Kevin O’Connell, but their secondary education remains thin, and Rodgers now has a lot more chemistry with his young outlets. Also, the Lambeau setting works in Green Bay’s favor on New Year’s Day.

final score: Packers win 31-24
Recording: 11-5

Week 18 vs Lions

Opponent wins: O/U 6.0

As frustration mounts in Detroit while Dan Campbell searches for answers beyond 2022, the Packers celebrate at home and choose the ground game with the roar of the home crowd, who know the team is returning to the playoffs for a fourth straight season .

final score: Packers win 28-14
Recording: 12-5

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