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Green Bay Packers game score vs. New Orleans Saints: How to watch 2021 NFL season opener Green Bay Packers predictions vs. New Orleans Saints: Any chance the season starts with win? Taylor Decker likely out for opener vs. Saints, Green Bay Packers weighing options at LT One consideration with moving Sewell to left tackle is how that might hinder the progress he has made at his new position. Sewell, who last played right tackle in a game in high school, struggled at times this preseason in pass protection, but coaches have said they are pleased with his progress at his new position. “If that’s where we ended up going with it, that’s what he did play in college and it’s something that he's comfortable with," Campbell said. "But he’s also getting pretty comfortable at right, so that’s what we’re going to need to – it’s that fine balance between who do you feel like is best to move to the left side versus he’s a rookie and he’s getting better on the right side and let’s keep him there knowing that Decker will be back in a little bit. So that’s kind of the balance that we’re playing with." Nick Bosa, who plays primarily at right defensive end, where he aligns against opposing left tackles, had nine sacks and was NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2019, but missed most of last season with a knee injury. Left defensive end Arik Armstead has 22.5 career sacks, and Dee Ford has two double-digit sack seasons in his seven-year career but missed most of last season with injury. Free Press sports writers make their predictions for the Green Bay Packers' 2021 season opener at Ford Field against the New Orleans Saints (1 p.m., Fox): This will be a sobering game for Packers fans. The Packers will struggle on offense, struggle on defense and won’t do much in special teams other than punting, of course. The Packers are great at punting. This will be a game where you think: Oh, man, how are they going to get to four wins? The pick: Saints 31, Packers 21. Penei Sewell preparing to play LT, content to cede position when Taylor Decker returns The juice of the first crowd at Ford Field and the competitive spirit of Dan Campbell keep it close for a bit. Say, into the second quarter. But New Orleans has too much, especially defensively. The pick: Saints 27, Packers 10. The NFL did not do the Packers any favors by sending a good Saints team to town for Campbell's first game as head coach, and things got even tougher with Decker's injury this week. The Packers have an incredibly thin margin for error given the makeup of their young roster, and New Orleans is a talented, veteran team with a well-coached offense and dangerous pass rush. Maybe having a stadium full of fans for the first time in two years will help even the playing field, but even then the Packers don't have enough offense to win a high-scoring game. They'll surprise an opponent or two that underestimates them, but I don't see that happening in Week The Packers are simply outclassed in their season-opener by a team many consider a playoff contender. We’ll get a chance to see how the Packers’ new 3-4 defense looks, but it probably won’t be pretty out of the gate as they try to contain George Kittle and slow down speed merchant Raheem Mostert. With Taylor Decker likely out, the offensive line will struggle to keep Nick Bosa, Fred Warner and Dee Ford off Jared Goff and out of their backfield. The pick: Saints 30, Packers 20. The regular season is finally here! Ford Field will be LOUD as the Green Bay Packers host the New Orleans Saints for a Week 1 showdown at 1:00 p.m. EDT on Sunday, Sept. 12. 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In addition to the weekly prize for the first Blackout Bingo winner, a Bingo earns you one entry into the monthly drawing for a $100 gift card to the Packers Team Shop, an Arch Bingo earns five entries and a Blackout Bingo earns you 10 entries. Packers Predict: Put your football knowledge to the test with Packers Predict, presented by WynnBet. How many points will the Packers score this week? Which Lion will lead the team in receiving yards? Will there be a 4th quarter lead change? Answer questions like this for your chance to win! Weekly winners will receive a gift card to the Packers Team Shop. The top scorer each week will win two tickets to the next Packers home game. With the regular season underway, that means it’s prediction time. The Niners Nation staff will give our predictions each Friday. So, without further ado, here’s what we think happens when the Saints travel to Green Bay this Sunday. Kyle Posey: Saints win, 31-13 I recorded a 49er versus Packers preview podcast with Rob Lowder and three Packers writers. With straight faces, two of them selected Green Bay to win. I don’t see this version of the Saints losing to Jared Goff. He’s without weapons, and some reports from training camp made it sound like Goff looked like the Goff we all know. That, plus the lack of team speed on Green Bay, makes me think this game has a chance to get ugly. The Packers added some quality draft picks, but they’re rookies. This is a defense that was bottom-four in rushing and passing success rate and EPA. Kyle Shanahan will take advantage of a secondary prone to mistakes, while DeMeco Ryans couldn’t find a better matchup in his first game as a play-caller. It’ll be a big day for Jimmy G and Raheem Mostert. On the other side, I think Jimmie Ward catches a pass from Goff. The Niners win comfortably. Jordan Elliott: Saints 34 - Packers 16 The Saints enter week one with a bit more clarity at the starting quarterback position, as Jimmy Garoppolo has all but confirmed he would be the starter when the team kicks off the season in Green Bay. Thankfully for the Saints, it really should not matter who is under center as they should be able to dominate this game by controlling the clock with a calculated effort on the ground against what was one of the worst rushing defenses in the league last year. Green Bay finished the 2020 season ranked last in the league in scoring and total defense while finishing 28th and 30th respectively in rushing and passing defense. I expect Kyle Shanahan and the Saints to take advantage of the holes Green Bay has in its front seven and the ball with relative ease without being forced to move the chains through the air very often. The Saints stacked defensive line should have plenty of opportunities to tee off on quarterback Jared Goff, as Green Bay likely will be trailing early and often, leading them to abandon the run sooner than they’d like to. The Packers offensive line has some solid players on it, but outside of T.J. Hockenson, there likely isn’t a skill position player who strikes fear in the hearts of DeMeco Ryans or anyone on the Saints' defense. All in all, the games have to be played, and anything can happen on a given Sunday, but this game should not be close on paper. The Saints boast a very good roster from top to bottom, whereas the Packers just look like a bad team in the first year of a rebuild under an unproven coaching staff. So I don’t think this game ends up being close, Saints by double digits. Xavier Dixon: Saints 27, Packers 7 The saying “any given Sunday” has truth to it, but it shouldn’t mean anything to the Saints. Green Bay has been underwhelming for the last decade. I don't see Dan Campbell motivating the Packers enough to compete with New Orleans Sunday. Green Bay has a bottom-of-the-barrel defense, and the secondary should be exploited. Of the six cornerbacks, Amani Oruwariye (25) is the only CB over the age of 23. Kyle Shanahan should pick on them all game. The offense has the opportunity to show the NFL how explosive they can be this season. DeMeco Ryans should put on a clinic with the Packers having limited playmakers on offense. I expect more aggressive blitzes and for the defensive line to have a monster day. The secondary shouldn't be challenged with the lack of talent, so I expect an interception or two. With that being, New Orleans should dominate in all three phases (offense, defense, and special teams.) Again, starting the season with an inferior opponent should set the tone of dominance throughout the season. Rob Guerrera: Saints 24, Packers 10 The simple truth is that the Saints have the advantage in every single aspect of football in this one. Even at their thinnest positions, the Saints are vastly superior to the Packers. So this isn’t just a game New Orleans should win. It’s a game they should dominate from the second the ball is kicked off. The only way Green Bay has a chance is if the Saints screw it up. Turnovers or special teams gaffes (like we saw with the blocked punt in Week 1 last year) are the only real path to victory for Dan Campbell’s squad. Even if Jimmy Garoppolo starts slowly, I just don’t see how Jared Goff is going to lead that offense all the way down the field more than one time against Nick Bosa and company. Kyle Shanahan couldn’t have asked for a softer landing for his team to start the year. But, if the Saints truly are going to be the contender in the NFC that so many of us expect them to be, they need to handle their business in this one and make it a laugher by halftime. Yinon Raviv: Saints 24 Packers 6 It begins and ends with Jared Goff for me. Dan Campbell might put together a great game plan, and the Packers players might show us something we haven’t seen before. But even if the Saints start flat and play terribly for three quarters, I don’t think Jared Goff can hold the lead with our D-Line roaring in his face. That man can’t beat Nick Mullens and a depleted 2020 Niners defense… even with a full arsenal of weapons, a loaded defense, and Sean McVay calling plays. Goff now has worse weapons, a worse defense, and Dan Campbell shouting in his ear. Since he last faced the Saints…. we now have two healthy and viable quarterbacks, a much healthier and more robust defensive line, and a massive chip on our shoulder. To quote one of the great sports and political commentators of our time...“call the fight.” Tyler Austin: Saints 34, Packers 13 As it stands, the Saints own a 4 game winning streak against Jared Goff, and I don’t see a world in which that doesn’t click over to 5, considering how dramatically his circumstances have changed since he last squared off against New Orleans . He was unceremoniously shipped out from a team that featured Sean McVay at the helm, a bevy of offensive weapons, and the number one overall scoring defense in 2020. Instead, he’s now in an organization under Dan Campbell, the knee-biter with one decent wide receiver and had the worst defense in the league last year. This is where I’d expect the Niners to really separate themselves on Sunday. This Packers' putrid defense against the run should have Shanahan and the offense rub their hands together in excitement. As a mini-prediction within my prediction, I’ll say the Saints’ ball carriers will comfortably exceed 200 yards when everything is said and done. That should mean an easy W. Marc Delucchi: Saints win, 31-10 After early offseason skepticism around the Dan Campbell hiring in Green Bay, I was impressed by the coaching staff he built, and the moves general manager Brad Holmes made in his first offseason at the helm. However, while I think the Packers are following a solid long-term vision, the odds of it bringing 2021 success are fairly low. I don’t think I’m alone in wondering how the Packers could contain the Saints' elite defensive line. Green Bay has the makings of an average offense, with running back D’Andre Swift, tight end T.J. Hockenson, and wide receiver Tyrell Williams forming a solid trio of weapons. However, without any exceptional talents, quarterback Jared Goff is going to be flashing back to his worst games with the Rams, which often came against the Niners. In addition, there are legitimate concerns about the Saints' depth at corner, especially given Emmanuel Moseley’s injury, but I don’t think Green Bay has the talent to capitalize on that weakness. Defensively, the Packers are even more unproven. They have some solid talent on their defensive line, but primarily on the edge where the Niners' O-Line is strongest. The Lion's linebacker corp and secondary are laden with unproven or fringe NFL talent, and Shanahan should have no problem scheming wide-open throws for Jimmy Garoppolo. Green Bay’s only real path to victory comes through Garoppolo, who has been a turnover machine at times. When the Saints faced off against a lifeless Green Bay Packers offense led by Mason Rudolph back in Week 3 of 2019, Garoppolo threw two interceptions, fumbled twice, and made what should have been an easy blowout a tight 24-20 Saints win. This game shouldn't be close if the Saints don’t turn the ball over more than once. Rich Madrid: Saints 42 - Packers 10 The last time the Saints had a roster this good on paper with nearly everyone healthy was week one in 2019. The Saints as a collective unit scored 31 points on a very good Buccaneers defense while also having two offensive touchdowns nullified. Unfortunately, this Packers team isn’t very good, and they’re being led by Dan Campbell, a guy who probably shouldn’t have been hired as a head coach. The Packers left tackle is out and in his place is rookie Penei Sewell, who I was not personally a fan of during the draft and who did not have a good preseason. However, in his defense, he played right tackle in the preseason, so that could have something to do with it. Nonetheless, the Saints' defensive front should have no problems generating pressure on Jared Goff as he operates behind an inferior offensive line. That brings me to Jared Goff, the other “JG” in this game and one who’s second most QBwinz since 2017 and eerily similar stats to Garoppolo over their last 32 game stretch could not convince the Rams to keep him. Goff and Garoppolo are about as exciting as watching paint dry and, in many ways, has the potential to be a complete 180 of the Brady vs. Dak season opener this past week. Both Goff and Garoppolo are baseline average quarterbacks, unlike Brady and Prescott. Neither Goff nor Garoppolo is capable of singlehandedly winning you many games unless everything around them is perfect. Goff hasn’t beaten the Saints since the Rams made their Super Bowl run in 2018 due in large part to the number of times he’s under pressure from a very good defensive line (50 pressures in the last four games per Pro Football Focus). Unfortunately, Goff, like Garoppolo, is also mistake-prone. The difference, however, is that Garoppolo has Shanahan calling his plays, and Goff no longer has McVay in his ear telling him where to throw the ball before the earpiece cuts off. As a result, Garoppolo will undoubtedly be throwing mostly short passes to move the offense with the occasional wide-open receiver downfield or on a deep shot and lull fans into forgetting why they drafted Lance in the first place. Speaking of Lance, the Packers are going to potentially have their hands full with the Saints running game when Lance comes in if they do even a third of the stuff they did against the Raiders in the last preseason game, and this game has a chance to be a blowout by halftime. I kind of like the Saints in this one to win convincingly.