With the 2020 NFL schedule being released, the Green Bay Packers have to feel pretty good about their schedule. Granted, there are going to be some tough tests, but there are also some games that they should win with ease if they take care of business. After finishing the 2019 regular season with a 13-3 record, the Packers are going to be out to prove that they deserve more attention.

On the schedule this year, the Packers currently have five primetime games. They are tied with six other teams for the league lead in that area. Green Bay will not play on Thanksgiving, however, which is something fans have missed.

Aaron Rodgers and company cannot wait to get the 2020 season started. Green Bay had an interesting offseason, but the Packers are still very confident that they are a legitimate Super Bowl contender. Matt LaFleur changed the culture for the franchise last season and the second year of his coaching career should be much smoother for him.

All of that being said, let's dive in and take a look at five must-watch games on the Packers' schedule in 2020.

Week 4 vs. Atlanta Falcons

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There are quite a few games to watch for fans this season, but the Packers have one Monday Night Football game this season that is going to be must-watch material. In Week 4, they will face off against Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Todd Gurley, and the Falcons.

While the Falcons may have missed the playoffs last season, they still have an offense capable of putting up elite numbers. Their defense is the biggest question mark and this game could turn into a Rodgers vs. Ryan shootout. Fans should absolutely tune into this primetime Monday night game early in the year.

Week 12 vs. Chicago Bears

Any time the Packers and Bears face off, there is going to be a lot of tension and entertainment. In Week 12, the Packers and Bears could both be fighting for playoff spots against each other. This game could have a huge impact on who gets into the playoffs and who misses out.

Chicago missed the playoffs last season, largely due to the struggles of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. They still have an elite defense and some quality pieces on offense. Green Bay will have a tough test in this game and it will be important to come out with a win.

Week 6 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Who doesn't love an Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady showdown? Add in the fact that this is the first time the Packers will face Brady when he isn't wearing a New England Patriots jersey, and things get even more interesting.

With the moves the Buccaneers have made this offseason, many believe they are going to make a Super Bowl run. The Packers will have something to say about that in Week 6. It may not be a Sunday Night Football game, but this will be top-notch Sunday late afternoon television.

Week 3 at New Orleans Saints

Next up, the Packers will take on Drew Brees and the Saints on Sunday Night Football in Week 3. No one is going to want to miss this matchup. Many thought these two teams would match up in the Divisional Round of the NFC Playoffs last season, but the Saints couldn't beat the Vikings.

Rodgers vs. Brees is must-watch football and these two teams are both viewed as Super Bowl contenders. Just three weeks into the season, each team will be trying to make a statement. Green Bay will need to make that statement on the road in a very hostile environment.

Week 9 at San Francisco 49ers

Finally, it's obvious that this game has to be on the list. The Packers will have a chance for a re-match with the team that knocked them out of the playoffs in the NFC Championship Game last season. San Francisco is once again expected to be a contender this year.

If the Packers want to make a Super Bowl run, they are going to have to get through the 49ers. Obviously, nothing is decided in Week 9, but winning this game would be a big step in the right direction.