After 3-1 pre-season, it’s time for regular-season football: Packers to face Seahawks at Lambeau 🏈

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GREEN BAY, WI - DECEMBER 11: Russell Wilson #3 of the Seattle Seahawks meets with Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers after the Green Bay Packers beat the Seattle Seahawks 38-10 at Lambeau Field on December 11, 2016 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

GREEN BAY — It’s time for some Green Bay Packers’ regular-season football! The Packers host the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, September 10th at Lambeau Field. According to, it’s the first time since 2012 that the Pack will open the season at home.

You can watch the Packers regular-season opener ONLY ON FOX6!

Ahead of the big game, it’s time to make your pregame prognostications! Vote in our poll just below:

Green Bay is 10-3 against Seattle at home during the regular and post-season, including seven straight wins, and including the post-season, the Packers have won three of the last four home pages against Seattle by 20-plus points, according to

These are the only two teams to make the playoffs each of the past five seasons.

The Packers are 3-0 against the Seahawks with Aaron Rodgers as starting QB, and Green Bay has won its past four home openers and seven of its past 10 “Kickoff Weekend” games dating back to 2007.

Under Head Coach Mike McCarthy, the Packers are 7-4 in regular-season openers, including a 4-2 mark at home, according to The Packers’ seven wins in the opening week of the regular season are tied for the third most in the NFC and the sixth most in the NFL since 2006.

The Packers and Seahawks last met on December 11th, 2016 at Lambeau Field. The Packers won 38-10.

The Packers narrowed down their roster to 53 Saturday, September 2nd — comprised of 24 offensive players, 26 defensive players and three specialists. Of them, 37 were draft picks. Of the 53 players on the roster, 45 began their pro careers with the Packers (84.9 percent), according to

Here’s a breakdown of Green Bay’s roster, via

By age:

  • 21-24: 24 players
  • 25-28: 19 players
  • 29-32: 6 players
  • 33-plus: 4 players

By experience:

  • R-1: 11 players
  • 2-3: 19 players
  • 4-5: 7 players
  • 6-9: 9 players
  • 10-plus: 7 players

By draft round:

  • 1st: 7 players
  • 2nd/3rd: 15 players
  • 4th/5th: 7 players
  • 6th/7th: 7 players
  • Undrafted: 11 players

The Packers were 3-1 in the pre-season:

  • vs. Philadelphia Eagles — 24-9 win
  • vs. Washington Redskins — 21-17 win
  • vs. Denver Broncos — 20-17 loss
  • vs. Los Angeles Rams — 24-10 win

The Packers will next face the Atlanta Falcons Sunday, September 17th in Atlanta.

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