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Where Can I Find Packers Tickets?
When looking for Packer tickets, there are a number of options to choose from. The "100 level" bowl seating is made up of sixty rows of bench seats. Above row sixty, you will find "300 level" seats. Don't forget to ask about indoor and outdoor club seating, or luxury suites at Lambeau Field. There is a new deck in the south end zone of
Lambeau Field. That section adds 7000 new seats, but doesn't reduce the season ticket waiting list too much. Whether you just need a pair of seats or a large group, any size order is not a problem.
Packers 2015 Season Starts Fast
The Green Bay packers, coming off the NFC Championship game loss to Seattle, were determined to go just one game further, and make it to the Super Bowl.
Their 2015 season certainly started off that way. The Packers took on the Bears at Soldier Field, and won the opener. From there the team won the next five games.
At 6-0, it seemed that Rodgers had no problems losing Jordy Nelson in the preseason. James Jones was signed to a one year deal, and his play on the field was a great help.
Backed up by James Starks and Eddie Lacy, the team went to Denver for their first true test. That's when Green Bay started to struggle. The Packers would go on to lose three games in a row, before
taking care of the Vikings on the road. They struggled against the Bears, then won the next three games, including the now famous Aaron Rodgers to Richard Rodgers "Hail Mary" pass with no time on the
Rodgers has struggled to find open recievers, and the opposing defenses have shut down the run game. The Packers were embarrassed by the Arizona Cardinals, losing 38-8, then struggled in the
last regular season game against the Vikings. Green Bay gave up the shot at the NFC North division title, and limped into the 2015 playoffs as a wild card team.
The Washington Redskins lost to Green Bay in the first round of the playoffs, as the Packers looked solid on both sides of the ball. Rodgers threw for a pair of touchdowns, and his running backs ran for a pair.
How deep will Green Bay go in the playoffs this season? They were just two games away from heading to the Super Bowl last year.
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Packers versus Bears
With two teams that have been battling each other for just shy of one hundred years, there are sure to be some amazing moments to look back upon. The Packers and Bears are the two of the three oldest teams in the NFL, but they have met just twice in playoff situations. Many will remember the Bears versus Packers playoff game of January 23, 2011. It took a pair of interceptions by the Green Bay defense to seal the victory for Green Bay. The Packers went on to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl that year.
Packers versus Vikings
Green Bay fans know all too well how hard it is to win on the road in Minnesota. The Vikings franchise started in 1961, and since that time these NFC North rivals have battled back and forth over many decades. The Vince Lombardi teams of the 1960's rolled all over the Vikings, going 9-1 in the first five seasons. The tables would turn during the 1970's, at a time when the Vikings rose to great heights in the NFL.
Packers 2016 Opponents
As they do every season, the Packers will play their divisional opponents twice. That means road and home games against the Bears, Lions, and Vikings.
The Green Bay home opponents for 2016 will be Seattle, Indianapolis, Texas (Texans), New York Giants, and the Dallas Cowboys. For road games, the team will play the
NFC north opponents, along with Atlanta, Philadelphia, Washington, Jacksonville, and Tennessee. As we get closer to the season, the game dates will be announced.
Packers Tickets for Road Games
Packers fans have no problem traveling across the country to see the Green and Gold on the road. Join in on the fun and check out a game on the road in 2016.
Packers 2016 Draft Picks
The 2016 draft has ended, and the Green Bay Packers made moves to shore things up on defense. It all started with their first pick, which was 27th overall.
Kenny Clark, a defensive tackle, comes out of UCLA. Their second round pick addressed the other side of the ball. The Packers picked up Jason Spriggs, an offensive tackle from Indiana.
They also picked up Kyler Fackrell on that same day, and he's an outside linebacker from Utah State. As for the rest of the draft picks, Green Bay chose Blake Martinez from Stanford, Dean Lowry out of Northwestern, Trevor Davis from California, and Kyle Murphy from Stanford.
The team also picked up non drafted free agents that will all take a shot at making the squad.