Over the past 10 NFL seasons, on what day of the week do the Packers have their best record? In that same 10 seasons, during what start time have the Packers been most successful?
Packers are one of five teams with 100 wins over last 10 years
In the last 10 seasons, the Packers have a regular season record of 100-60-2 (a .623 winning percentage). They are one of five franchises to win 100 or more games in the last 10 seasons. The others: Kansas City (117), New England (111), Seattle (103) and Pittsburgh (100).
The Packers have played on various days and start times in the last 10 seasons. It appears that Monday night games have been the most successful for the Packers. They are 9-2 in Monday night games since 2013. The only team with a better winning percentage on Monday nights since 2013 are the Chiefs at 10-2 (.833).
The worst days, times? The Packers had a 14-13 (.519) record in Sunday night contests and a 7-6 (.538) in Thursday games from 2013-22.
Here is a breakdown of the Packers record in games on various days and start times since 2013.
Packers win-loss records in days, start times since 2013
Sunday 8:30am start (London game in 2022): 0-1 .000
Sunday noon start: 38-23-2, .619
Sunday 3:25 pm start: 29-14, .674
Sunday night start: 14-13, .514
Monday night games: 9-2 .818
Thursday games: 7-6, .538
Saturday games: 3-1, .750
In their Saturday games, the Packers were 1-1 in night games, 1-0 in afternoon starts and 1-0 in early starts. In their Thursday games, they were 7-5 in night games and 0-1 in the afternoon.
Packers were about 40 percentage points better in afternoon than night games
By breaking down the records a little further, we see that the Packers were a little better in afternoon games than night games over the past 10 seasons. The team was 31-21 in night games (.596) and 69-39-2 in afternoon games (.636)
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