Packers schedule 2024: Every opponent ranked from easiest to hardest

Some challenges will be tougher than others this coming season.
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If the Green Bay Packers are going to build on the success we saw them have in the 2023 season, they're going to have to get through a brutal gauntlet of opponents.

It's the NFL, of course every game is going to be tough, but the Packers play an especially tough group of 14 different teams this coming season, including two matchups each against their own divisional opponents.

As the 2024 NFL schedule release approaches, let's take a look at each of the Packers' opponents for this coming season and rank them from "easiest" to hardest.

14. Seattle Seahawks

It's a wild world we live in that the Seattle Seahawks could possibly be the easiest opponent on a schedule, but this Seattle team is taking on quite a bit of change in 2024. Pete Carroll is no longer the head coach in Seattle. This is Mike Macdonald's team now, and he may have a quarterback controversy on his hands. The Seahawks traded the equivalent of a late third/early fourth for former Commanders starter Sam Howell, who could make life tough for Geno Smith.

Seattle had one of the NFL's worst defenses last season and, although they won nine games, they could take a step back in 2024.

13. Tennessee Titans

A lot of whether or not the Titans are good this year is going to depend on whether or not Will Levis can take that next step as a player. Of course, everyone knows that team success is so dependent on the quarterback position, but the Titans have a pretty good-looking roster. This team is also taking on a lot of change in 2024 with a new head coach in Brian Callahan (replacing Mike Vrabel), but there's a lot to like.

The Titans are going to get a clear look at Levis with the additions they've made dating back to last year, with players like DeAndre Hopkins, Calvin Ridley, Tyler Boyd, and Tony Pollard. Yes, this team lost Derrick Henry, but it's going to be a completely different-looking offense in 2024.