Thanks to the NFL’s scheduling formula, division teams plays largely the same schedule. So, the Packers and Lions played 12 games against the same teams. The Packers went 10-2 in those games while the Lions went 9-3. Green Bay’s losses came to New Orleans and Buffalo while Detroit lost to Carolina, New England and Buffalo.
|Chicago||W, 38-17 (away); W, 55-14 (home)||W, 34-17 (home); W, 20-14 (away)|
|Minnesota||W, 42-10 (home); W, 24-21 (away)||W, 17-3 (away); W, 16-14 (home)|
|Atlanta||W, 43-37 (home)||W, 22-21 (London)|
|Carolina||W, 38-17 (home)||L, 24-7 (away)|
|New Orleans||L, 44-23 (away)||W, 24-23 (home)|
|Tampa Bay||W, 20-3 (away)||W, 34-17 (home)|
|Buffalo||L, 21-13 (away)||L, 17-14 (home)|
|Miami||W, 27-24 (away)||W, 20-16 (home)|
|New England||W, 26-21 (home)||L, 34-9 (away)|
|N.Y. Jets||W, 31-24 (home)||W, 24-17 (away)|
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