"By all means, do I think our team is at their level, to be able to play against them," Suh said, according to the Packers' official website. "I don't see them as a golden-perfect team. Everybody has flaws in this league, but everybody has great things they do. It's just a matter of eliminating mistakes on our time and on our team and causing them to make as many mistakes as possible."
As the face of a young team establishing its identity, Suh set the bar in saying another win would be what he expects. But that's not to say it's devoid of any other extra meaning.
"I think it would mean that we are on track to be where we want to be, winning games," Suh said. "I know this game would mean a lot to this city, and I, personally, would like to end the drought we've had."