4. Green Bay Packers
The most vulnerable team out of the top four seeds that could fall victim to an upset in the divisional round is the Packers. Green Bay finished the season 13-3, but did so with Aaron Rodgers not putting up gaudy numbers by any stretch.
What the Packers do have is a solid run game led by Aaron Jones that can take pressure off Rodgers, and their defense finished as the No. 9 scoring unit in the NFL this season.
Most importantly, the Packers have the home-field edge and we all know how difficult it can be for road teams to win a playoff game at Lambeau Field.
Green Bay will play host to Seattle in the divisional round. The Seahawks have lost their last eight games at Lambeau dating back to 2003, with the last meeting occurring in 2017 when the Packers won 17-9. It appears Seattle already has a hill to climb before kickoff.