Packers have been dominant at Lambeau Field under Matt LaFleur

Green Bay Packers, Matt LaFleur (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers, Matt LaFleur (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images) /

The Packers’ home record under Matt LaFleur is impressive.

Lambeau Field has again become a challenging venue for opposing teams to visit since Matt LaFleur took over as Green Bay Packers head coach.

The Packers will be searching for their seventh home win when they play their final regular season game of the year at Lambeau Field on Sunday night.

Under LaFleur, the Packers are 14-2 in games at Lambeau Field, including the playoffs. They went 8-1 in 2019 with their only loss coming against the Philadelphia Eagles early in the season. They’ve been near-perfect again this season with a 6-1 record, their only defeat coming against the Minnesota Vikings.

This Sunday, they’ll get another tough challenge from the Tennessee Titans, but with a win, the Packers would match last season’s 7-1 home record.

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Lambeau record shows importance of home-field advantage for Packers

Green Bay sits in first place of the NFC with a great opportunity to guarantee home-field advantage throughout the playoffs in the final two games.

The team’s record at Lambeau under LaFleur highlights the importance of playing at home in the playoffs, even without fans in the stands.

The cold conditions always present a tough challenge for teams not used to it. The home team gets the advantage of not only familiar conditions, but also no long travel days.

And with the team’s dominance in home games over the past two years, they’d have to like their chances of finally returning to the Super Bowl if they can get the number one seed and be just two more home wins away from the big game.

This week is the Packers’ final home game before they return to Lambeau in the playoffs. Against the Titans, they’ll be aiming to make it seven out of eight this season, which is made all the more impressive as they haven’t had fans in the stands all year long.