Packers: 2009 NFL Regular Season Schedule | Fantasy Football Rankings
Green Bay Packers 2009 Regular Season Schedule
The Packers might have the best offense in football this season as Aaron Rodgers and the boys look ready to role in the preseason. If this team is going to beat out the Vikings for the division title than it will be their defense that has to make the difference.
Below are three sections of interest that are worth paying attention to for fantasy owners coming into the season for this team. First we have listed our fantasy players which we believe are worth paying attention to this season. Next is strength of schedule against the run, pass and points against. Lastly we have a few games selected that will be key in telling how this team will preform for the 2009 season.
Strength of Schedule
vs Run 4th Hardest Schedule
vs Pass 8th Easiest Schedule
vs Points Given Up 6th Easiest Schedule
With an easy schedule to pass this season I see Aaron Rodgers and his receivers having another very fine season in 2009. Look for Donald Driver to have a bump in touchdown catches this year as defenses should pay more attention to Greg Jennings as the true No.1 receiver in the offense.
Ryan Grants schedule may suggest that he won’t have the greatest of seasons but I do believe he will have a solid year for fantasy owners. This year was the first full offseason that Ryan had to work with the Packers for the entire time. So far in the preseason he looks primed an focused to be a strong runner and consistent from week to week.
Games of Interest
Week 4 and 8: Those two weeks the Packers play the Minnesota Vikings and if they want to win the division they must win these games. Last season the Packers were one missed field goal away from sweeping their hated rivals.
2009 Football Projection
This season should be a fun one in the NFC Central as the Bears, Vikings and Packers duke it out and stomp on the Lions all year. In the end I believe this division will come down to the Packers and Vikings as the two teams that will fight it out for the division title until the very end of the season. Get ready for a fun year!
Fantasy Football Information Writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com