4:22 PM ET
GREEN BAY, Wis. — This season might not be defined by how the Green Bay Packers handle the bad teams – and yes, two weeks after losing to the one-win Minnesota Vikings they waited until the final minutes Sunday to put away the one-win Jacksonville Jaguars – but rather how they fare against the class of the NFL.
So pay attention next Sunday, when the Packers play at the Indianapolis Colts.
Yes, the Packers entered the day with the second-easiest remaining schedule in the NFL, according to ESPN’s FPI — only the Baltimore Ravens had an easier road to finish the season — but perhaps the toughest test comes against the 6-3 Colts, who are fresh off their Thursday win over the Tennessee Titans.
To convince anyone they’re serious Super Bowl contenders — and perhaps more importantly to convince themselves — after barely getting by the Jaguars 24-20 at Lambeau Field — a quality road win would do wonders, especially considering how badly they got