Giants schedule: All 2023 opponents ranked from easiest to hardest

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13. Green Bay Packers

The Packers had one of the worst offseasons a team could have. You lost a Hall of Fame quarterback in Aaron Rodgers, which for some was bad enough - but, that wasn't all. They lost their leading receiver last year in Allen Lazard and a steady slot guy in Randall Cobb. Looking at this Packers roster, at least offensively, it's filled with inexperience.

Quarterback Jordan Love will be taking on the role of a full-time starter for the first time and Christian Watson is now the leader in the recievers room. Watson had a nice rookie campaign, catching fire late in the season, but still, this offense is a little too new to have much success in 2023.

Even with Rodgers and Lazard last season, the Packers went 8-9 and missed the playoffs. The team has significantly downgraded, so there's no reason to expect much from this Packers team even with a similar defense to last year.

Jaire Alexander is one of the best cornerbacks in the game and that hasn't changed, but the Giants have proven themselves against Alexander and the rest of this defense already. No one in Big Blue Nation has forgotten about the comeback win across the pond against Green Bay last season. Proven success plus a downgraded roster equals an easy opponent for the G-Men.