GREEN BAY — It's certainly been a frustrating couple of seasons in Titletown, but with a new head coach and healthy Aaron Rodgers, are the Packers guaranteed a Super Bowl appearance in 2020?
According to Packers running back Aaron Jones, the Packers will be the NFC representative in Miami in 2020.
When asked about the Packers’ future outlook— IKE Packers (@IKE_Packers) February 2, 2019
Aaron Jones: “Miami next year [SB LIV 2020 location]. We’re gonna be there. Guaranteeing it.” pic.twitter.com/yjVYTJ7Oxm
This is not going to be easy, especially when they share a division with a young, fierce Chicago Bears team led by NFL Coach of the Year Matt Nagy. The Bears won the NFC North for the first time in eight seasons last season.
Despite the Minnesota Vikings' struggles in 2018, they are not going away, either.
The Packers' 2019 schedule includes matchups against the Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers and Dallas Cowboys on the road, and Philadelphia Eagles at home.
With the type of firepower the Packers possess on offense, they should have a decent shot to play in Miami next February.