Packer Playoff Prospects? Last Four Games Predicted, Final……..

This is the last stretch home. With a record of 6-7, the Packers are competitive in the NFC playoffs. We attempt to forecast the results of their next four games.NFL: Green Bay Packers beat Kansas City Chiefs for third consecutive win at  Lambeau Field | NFL News | Sky Sports

GREEN BAY, Wisconsin: The season’s last stretch has arrived. With four games remaining, the Green Bay Packers are 6-7 and right in the thick of the playoff chase.

They recently suffered one of their worst defeats of the year, which ended their chances of securing the seventh and final playoff spot in the NFC.

The Packers are still in that seventh spot, but their hold is shaky because of different tiebreaker scenarios.

With two remaining at Lambeau Field and two away, they have four games remaining, including Sunday’s home game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

For the final four games, we’re consulting our crystal ball, just like we have the entire season.

The NFC South is painfully mediocre, with Tampa Bay leading the pack. There won’t be a point in this game where a southern team with nothing to lose gives up and plays in the wind.

Similar to Green Bay, the Buccaneers depend on this game to maintain their hopes of making the postseason.

Though the Packers’ roster is currently in disarray, overall, Green Bay’s roster is probably stronger than Tampa Bay’s. The injuries to Christian Watson, Dontayvion Wicks, and Jayden Reed may force their receiver room to rely on practice squad players to make plays.

Conversely, Aaron Jones was on the verge of playing on Monday night and might play again tonight.
They will require as many playmakers as possible.
In the end, the Packers have performed better at home than away from home. It’s likely going to come down to which quarterback, who is prone to turnovers, makes the biggest error in this game.
It’s safe to assume that Baker Mayfield will always find horror at Lambeau Field, even with Green Bay’s incapacity to force turnovers.


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