The Green Bay Packers released their 2020 schedule tonight, featuring 5 prime time games and a heavy early-season schedule.
The Packers will open their season on the road on September 13th in Minneapolis. They open the home schedule a week later on September 20th against the Lions.
The follow that up with two primetime games first going to New Orleans for a Sunday night affair before hosting the Atlanta Falcons on the following Monday night.
The Packers also get an early bye this year in week 5. Then have to head down to Tampa to take on Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Vikings come to town on November 1st, then a short turnaround before the Packers make another trip to Santa Clara to take on the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday, November 5th.
The Buccaneers and Falcons are the only teams on the first half of the Packers schedule to not make the playoffs last season.
The Packers open the second half of the season with two AFC south opponents, the Jaguars on November 15th at home and the Colts on the road on November 22nd.
Then the Bears come to town for the first time in Week 12 with a Sunday Night game before they host the Eagles on December 6th.
The Packers then close out the season with the in Detroit on December 13th, hosting the Panthers in Week 15 on a date to be determined, hosting the Titans in Week 16 before heading to Chicago in Week 17.