(From August 1 until the first regular season game against the Seattle Seahawks on September 10, we’ll give you a daily dose of Packers stats.)
Can you name the two teams that the Packers have not defeated in the regular season since 2000? If you answered Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, you are correct.
Green Bay is 0-3 in the regular season versus both the Bengals and Steelers since 2000. The Pack did, however, beat the Steelers 31-25 in Super Bowl XLV on February 6, 2011.
The Pack will get a chance in 2017 to get in the victory column versus these two teams this century. The Packers will host Cincinnati September 24 and then travel to Pittsburgh for a November 26 contest.
The Packers are 19-15 all-time versus the Steelers. Against the Bengals, on the other hand, Green Bay has a losing record… the Pack is 5-7. In fact, the Bengals are one of seven current franchises in which the Packers have a losing record in regular season contests in team history. The seven: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Miami, New York Jets and Tennessee.