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2004 Green Bay Packers season
Head Coach Mike Sherman
Home Field Lambeau Field
Results
Record 10-6
Place 1st NFC North
Playoff Finish Lost Wild Card Game (Minnesota Vikings)
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The 2004 Green Bay Packers season started with the Packers losing four of their first five games, then winning their next six games, and finally ending in a Wild Card playoff loss to the Minnesota Vikings. They finished with an overall record of 10-7.

OffseasonEdit

The Packers did not make many offseason moves, signing safety Mark Roman and cornerback Chris Watson. They lost punter Josh Bidwell and safety Antuan Edwards to free agency and released defensive tackle Gilbert Brown, defensive end Jamal Reynolds, and wide receiver Travis Williams. [1]

With the 25th pick of the 2004 NFL Draft, the Packers selected cornerback Ahmad Carroll from the University of Arkansas.

2004 Packers Draft Selections
Round Overall Player Position College
1 25 Ahmad Carroll CB Arkansas
3 70 Joey Thomas CB Montana State
3 72 Donnell Washington DT Clemson
3 87 B.J. Sander P Ohio State
6 179 Corey Williams DT Arkansas State
7 251 Scott Wells C Tennessee

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Attendance
1 September 13 at Carolina Panthers W 24-14 Bank of America Stadium
73,656
2 September 19 Chicago Bears L 10-21 Lambeau Field
70,688
3 September 26 at Indianapolis Colts L 31-45 RCA Dome
57,280
4 October 3 New York Giants L 7-14 Lambeau Field
70,623
5 October 11 Tennessee Titans L 27-48 Lambeau Field
70,420
6 October 17 at Detroit Lions W 38-10 Ford Field
62,938
7 October 24 Dallas Cowboys W 41-20 Lambeau Field
70,679
8 October 31 at Washington Redskins W 28-14 FedEx Field
89,295
9 Bye week
10 November 14 Minnesota Vikings W 34-31 Lambeau Field
70,671
11 November 21 at Houston Texans W 16-13 Reliant Stadium
70,769
12 November 29 St. Louis Rams W 45-17 Lambeau Field
70,385
13 December 5 at Philadelphia Eagles L 17-47 Lincoln Financial Field
67,723
14 December 12 Detroit Lions W 16-13 Lambeau Field
70,497
15 December 19 Jacksonville Jaguars L 25-28 Lambeau Field
70,437
16 December 24 at Minnesota Vikings W 34-31 Metrodome
64,311
17 January 2 at Chicago Bears W 31-14 Soldier Field
62,197
WC January 9 Minnesota Vikings L 17-31 Lambeau Field
71,075

StandingsEdit

Template:2004 NFC North standings

Season statistical leaders Edit

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