Packers: Ranking the 10 games remaining on schedule
3. Dallas Cowboys
Powered by the league’s No. 2-ranked scoring defense, the Dallas Cowboys have found ways to win even without Dak Prescott. They are 5-2 and match up well with the Packers.
Dallas has an excellent defense and can run the football. That’s the recipe to beat Green Bay.
It will also be Mike McCarthy’s return to Lambeau Field. His teams often rise to the occasion in big games, and this is a huge one for McCarthy and his team.
2. at Philadelphia Eagles
No team has been able to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles entering Week 8. From what we’ve seen this season, there’s no reason to believe the Packers will be any different.
Philadelphia has the No. 4 scoring offense and No. 4 scoring defense. A balanced team playing great football against a struggling Packers team at home? Consider it a major upset if Green Bay finds a way to win this one.
1. at Buffalo Bills
Arguably the best team in the NFL is next on the schedule for the Packers.
There is no worse matchup for a team coming off three consecutive defeats than a road game against the Bills.
The Bills are averaging 29.3 points per game, second-most in the NFL. They are allowing 13.5 points per game, the fewest in the league.
The Packers will need to put in their best performance of the season to have any shot, and even that may not be enough.