Despite a 3-5 record in road games in 2022, the Green Bay Packers are still one of only six NFL teams to have a winning record in road games since 2000. Their 3-5 record in road games last season was the first losing record in road games in a season since 2018 when they went 1-7.
Last season, the Pack had road wins against the Bears and two Florida teams, the Tampa Bay Bucs and Miami Dolphins. Their five losses in away games came at the hands of the Eagles, Lions, Bills, Commanders and Vikings.
Since the 2000 season, the Packers are 97-88 in road games, a winning percentage of .524. The New England Patriots have the best road record this century with a 119-66 record, a winning percentage of .643.
Here are the six NFL teams with a winning record in regular season road games this century.
- New England, 119-66, .643
- Philadelphia, 107-77-1, .581
- Pittsburgh, 105-79-1, .570
- New Orleans, 105-80, .568
- Indianapolis, 100-84-1, .543
- Green Bay, 97-88, .524
Last year's Super Bowl winners, the Kansas City Chiefs, are seventh on the list with a 91-94 record in road games, a .492 winning percentage. The worst road winning percentage since 2000? The Cleveland Browns at .265 (a 49-136 record on the road since 2000).
The Packers in 2023 will play nine games on the road. The combined 2022 season record of the teams they will play on the road in 2023 is .448 (68-84-1). They will play four teams that had winning records last year: Pittsburgh (9-8), Detroit (9-8), New York Giants (9-7-1) and Minnesota (13-4).
The Pack will play only two games on the road in 2023 against teams that made the playoffs last year: the Vikings and Giants. The other five road games in 2023 will be against the Bears, Falcons, Raiders, Broncos and Panthers.
Green Bay's best season for road games was in 1929 when the team went 7-0-1. Since the Super Bowl era (1966), the Pack's best road season was in 2011 when they went 7-1. The last time the team won six or more road games in a season was in 2020 when they went 6-2.