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Green Bay Packers 2024 NFL Season Win/Loss Total

By Hank Blaine

The Green Bay Packers sure didn’t miss future Hall of Fame QB Aaron Rodgers all that much in 2023 as Jordan Love emerged as one of the top quarterbacks in the league. Was that sustainable, or will Love and the Pack take a step back in 2024? Let’s break them down.

A Closer Look at the Win/Loss Total for the Green Bay Packers 2024 NFL Season

  • 2024 NFL Win/Loss Total: 9.5
  • To Have Fewest 2024 NFL Wins: +12000
  • To Have Most 2024 NFL Wins: +1700

Green Bay Packers 2024 NFL Schedule

  • NFL Week 1: at Philadelphia Eagles — 8:15pm ET (NBC/Peacock)
  • NFL Week 2: vs. Indianapolis Colts — 1:00pm ET (FOX)
  • NFL Week 3: at Tennessee Titans — 1:00pm ET (FOX)
  • NFL Week 4: vs. Minnesota Vikings — 1:00pm ET (CBS)
  • NFL Week 5: at Los Angeles Rams — 4:25pm ET (CBS)
  • NFL Week 6: vs. Arizona Cardinals — 1:00pm ET (FOX)
  • NFL Week 7: vs. Houston Texans — 1:00pm ET (CBS)
  • NFL Week 8: at Jacksonville Jaguars — 1:00pm ET (FOX)
  • NFL Week 9: vs. Detroit Lions — 4:05pm ET (FOX)
  • NFL Week 10: BYE
  • NFL Week 11: at Chicago Bears — 1:00pm ET (FOX)
  • NFL Week 12: vs. San Francisco 49ers — 4:05pm (FOX)
  • NFL Week 13: vs. Miami Dolphins — 8:20pm (NBC/Peacock)
  • NFL Week 14: at Detroit Lions — 8:15pm (Prime Video)
  • NFL Week 15: at Seattle Seahawks — 8:20pm ET (NBC/Peacock)
  • NFL Week 16: vs. New Orleans Saints — 8:15pm (ESPN)
  • NFL Week 17: at Minnesota Vikings — 1:00pm (FOX)
  • NFL Week 18: vs. Chicago Bears — TBA (TBA)

Green Bay is tied for the fourth-toughest schedule in the NFL this season as its opponents had a combined 2023 winning percentage of .526. The Pack open in Brazil on Sept. 6 against Philadelphia, which is a 1.5-point favorite. It’s the NFL’s first-ever game in Brazil and a rare Friday night matchup. . Green Bay is the only team in the NFL to open the season as the road team each of the last six years (2019-24). It is the first time over that span that it will be against a team outside the NFC North.

The schedule is highlighted by five prime-time contests (subject to flexible scheduling) for the 11th straight year (2014-24). Of the 14 opponents on the schedule, 10 of those teams finished with a record above .500 last season. This year also will be the first time that nine regular-season games will be played at Lambeau Field.

Last Season’s Changes Brought Success

In April 2023, the Packers made the decision to trade four-time NFL MVP and QB Aaron Rodgers to the New York Jets for a handful of draft picks that included a conditional 2024 second-rounder that would have become a first if Rodgers played 65% of the Jets’ plays in 2023. Of course, he suffered a season-ending injury on the first offensive series of the year, and the Jets imploded. No one was sure what to expect from the Packers post-Rodgers, either, with former first-round pick Jordan Love finally getting his shot.

The Pack started the season 3-6, and it looked as if Love might not be the long-term answer – then everything started clicking. Green Bay won its final three games to finish at 9-8 and earn an NFC wild card spot. Green Bay was a solid underdog in that round but won at Dallas, 48-32, to end the Cowboys’ 16-game home winning streak. Tailback Aaron Jones ran for three touchdowns, Love threw for three more in his postseason debut, and Darnell Savage returned an interception 64 yards for a score.

Facing the NFL’s fifth-best defense, Green Bay matched its Super Bowl-winning team from 2010 for the most points in a playoff game. That was also on the road, a 48-21 victory at top-seeded Atlanta in the divisional round. Love finished 16 of 21 for 272 yards as the Packers scored touchdowns on six of their first seven offensive possessions in their highest-scoring game since 2014.

In the Divisional Round, the Packers had every chance to win in San Francisco but came up short 24-21 as the Niners scored 10 fourth-quarter points to zero for Green Bay. Christian McCaffrey capped a game-winning, 69-yard drive by running for his second touchdown with 1:07 to play. Shortly after Dre Greenlaw intercepted Love for the second time to seal San Francisco’s fifth straight playoff win over Green Bay.

Who Will Be on the Team This Season?

Love will have a new No. 1 tailback this season in former Raider Josh Jacobs as he was signed in free agency and the Packers released Jones in a surprise. The 26-year-old responded to being slapped with a $10.091 million franchise tag last season by not signing it and skipping the entire Las Vegas Raiders’ offseason program, training camp and preseason. He agreed to a restructured $11.791 million, one-year deal and had the worst season of his five-year career — finishing with lows in games played (13), rushing yards (805), yards per carry (3.5), rushing touchdowns (6), rushing first downs (34) and yards from scrimmage (1,101).

Jones, meanwhile, has averaged 5.0 yards per carry over 97 games since being drafted by Green Bay in 2017. In his seven seasons, Jones, 29, had rushed for 5,940 yards and scored 63 total touchdowns (45 rushing, 18 receiving). He also has caught 272 passes for 2,076 yards. The Packers wanted Jones to take a pay cut and he refused so they signed Jacobs to a four-year, $48 million deal. Jones was due to make $12 million in salary and bonuses in 2024 and had a salary cap number north of $17 million. He’s now with division rival Minnesota.

In addition, the team released All-Pro offensive lineman David Bakhtiari, who just couldn’t stay off the operating table in recent years. Bakhtiari, 32, actually underwent two surgeries on his left knee last fall, bringing the total number of operations on that knee to five since he tore his ACL on Dec. 31, 2020. In the past three seasons, Bakhtiari played in only 13 of a possible 51 regular-season games.

The big move on defense was signing safety Xavier McKinney to a deal worth $23 million fully guaranteed. Safety was perhaps the biggest offseason priority for the Packers, who are starting fresh on defense with new coordinator Jeff Hafley. Fellow safety Savage left in free agency for Jacksonville. McKinney with a career-high 116 total tackles, 3 interceptions and 2 fumble recoveries last year with the Giants.

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