GREEN BAY — The Packers know who they will be playing during the 2017 regular season in the wake of their fifth NFC North championship in six seasons.

Home opponents: New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings.

Road opponents: Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, Bears, Lions, Vikings.

The 2017 schedule cycle has the Packers matching up with the AFC North and NFC South. The only two opponents that were undecided prior to Sunday night’s 31-24 win over Detroit were which NFC East and NFC West teams the Packers would be playing.

Since the Packers won their division, they will host the NFC West champion Seahawks and travel to face the NFC East champion Cowboys. Green Bay hosted both teams at Lambeau Field this past season.

Like the 2016 campaign, the Packers won’t play a regular-season game in the Pacific Time zone, helping ease travel.

The dates and kickoff times of each game will be determined when the full schedule is released, which normally occurs in April.