Green Bay Packers: 5 must-see games

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1.) Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs Sunday, October 27 7:30 PM

The only thing that could upstage the NFL’s oldest rivalry? A matchup of two of the best quarterbacks in all of football.

Aaron Rodgers is a two-time MVP and considered by some to be the most talented quarterback in the history of the league. Patrick Mahomes is the reigning MVP. He led the best offense in all of football a season ago.

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Andy Reid is one of the best coaches in football. This will be a big test for Green Bay’s defense as to whether or not they can be a championship unit. They showed flashes at times last season, but wilted against some of the league’s better quarterbacks. If the Packers are going to compete in the postseason this year, they’ll need to be good enough on defense against veteran quarterbacks. This is an elite level quarterback with a great offense. Slowing them down would give the team a ton of confidence going into the second half of the season.