A week after breaking their four game losing streak, the Packers tacked on another loss as they fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-19.
In the Milwaukee Metro Area, just six teams remain alive in the Wisconsin high school football playoffs.
The Green Bay Packers losing streak came to an end at four games as the Packers picked up a 20-3 win over the visiting Los Angeles Rams.
The Wisconsin high school football playoffs continued with level two games, and teams that remain alive are inching closer to a state championship game.
The Green Bay Packers struggles continued as they suffered a 24-10 loss to division foe, the Minnesota Vikings.
For Milwaukee Public Schools, level one of the high school football playoffs brought disappointment, as every Milwaukee Public Schools participant, including two number one seeds, lost in the single elimination tournament.
After a much-needed bye week, the Packers were hoping for some better fortune in the Mile High City, but left disappointed following a 19-17 loss to the Denver Broncos.
The Wisconsin high school football regular season has officially come to an end, and for teams that made the playoffs, all the focus will be on getting to Camp Randall Stadium for the state championship game.
For high school football teams across Wisconsin, it is now the home stretch of the regular season.
After suffering a tough loss in primetime to the division rival Detroit Lions, the Packers were hoping that a trip to Las Vegas could bring them some much needed luck.