Packers roundup: NFC playoff picture entering Week 12

A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Tuesday, Nov. 19.

Welcome to the Titletown Report.

The Green Bay Packers’ biggest test of the season comes this Sunday on the road against the San Francisco 49ers. Just five days away from the game, what is your confidence level that Green Bay can get the win?

A few weeks back, I didn’t have a ton of confidence. But that’s changed somewhat having watched the 49ers the past three weeks. They went 2-1 in those games with two victories over the Arizona Cardinals, but neither win was particularly convincing. They also lost a home divisional game against the Seattle Seahawks.

How confident are you heading into the game?

News and notes from around FanSided

The good, the bad and the ugly through 10 games (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)

Paul Bretl of Dairyland Express takes a look at the good, the bad and the ugly for the Packers through the first 10 games of the regular season.

Slow start for David Bakhtiari by his standards (Dairyland Express – Paul Bretl)

Bretl also wrote about David Bakhtiari’s season so far, and why he’s made a slow start by his All-Pro standards.

Green Bay Packers are close to full health after their bye week (Lombardi Ave)

It’s Week 12, Green Bay is coming off its bye, and the team is healthy? It’s not something we’ve come to expect in recent years, but it’s true!

Updated NFC playoff picture: Saints, 49ers remain the teams to beat (FanSided – Kevin Parvizi)

Kevin Parvizi of FanSided breaks down the NFC playoff picture as we enter Week 12.

More news and notes from around the internet

All three phases have areas of focus for Packers ( – Mike Spofford)

With much at stake in crowded NFC playoff chase, Packers keeping focus on 49ers ( – Jim Owczarski)

Packers have golden opportunity against 49ers (Cheesehead TV – Jason Perone)

The Packers have kept Aaron Jones fresh in 2019, but it’s time to let him off his leash (Acme Packing Company – Evan “Tex” Western)

We hope you enjoyed this edition of the Titletown Report.

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