The Packers have 4 possible opponents in the NFC Divisional Round
The Packers have beaten three of four possible teams in the regular season and have been undefeated at home overall.
The 49ers and Eagles both have tough physical games and players up front on both sides of the ball to compete with the Packers on the line of scrimmage, but Green Bay would also have a significant quarterback advantage over both teams.
Matthew Stafford and Kyler Murray are both quarterback playmakers, and there’s no doubt that talent is on the rosters in Los Angeles and Arizona, but the Packers would likely love their chances against both indoor teams at Lambeau Field. Green Bay has already beaten Stafford and the Rams in Green Bay and beat Murray and the Cardinals with a shorthanded team over a short week on the road.
Matt LaFleur’s team shouldn’t fear anyone on the court, but missing the Cowboys and Buccaneers in the divisional round is probably a good thing. Dallas and Tampa Bay must be the favorites to come to Lambeau Field for the NFC title game if the Packers can win in two weeks. It’s possible the Packers will beat the 49ers and Buccaneers – the two teams that beat them in the last two NFC title games – in back-to-back games to advance to the Super Bowl.