Out of the Pocket Podcast on the Packers Talk Radio Network.

Out of the Pocket: Hashtag AWESOME!!!

Following a drubbing of the Eagles, the Out of the Pocketeers relish in the spotlight of victory, while preparing us for what appears to be a division and playoff battle. How far More »

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Cheesehead Radio: Monsters of the Midweek with Matt Bowen

You sure can’t argue one thing: the Green Bay Packers are playing perhaps the best ball we’ve seen in years right now. With a huge win over the Eagles and a division More »

Packers Therapy Podcast

Packers Therapy #243: The Eagle Has Landed…with a Resounding Thud

The Green and Gold Kool-Aid glass is half-filled; Chris thinks it’s half empty, Dave sees it as half full. Both our of therapists liked Sunday’s boat-race at Lambeau, but only one was More »

From the Benches Packers Podcast

From The Benches: Firing On All Cylinders

The Green Bay Packers steamrolled the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, catapulting themselves into a tie for the division lead (and in control of their own destiny) in perhaps the most impressive fashion More »

Out of the Pocket Podcast on the Packers Talk Radio Network.

Out of the Pocket: Matthews in the Middle

Colleen, Kelly, Jay, and newcomer Annie Johnson return with their usual hot mess of Packers talk to get you ready for the Green Bay Packers/Philadephia Eagles matchup this afternoon. The gang cover More »

Out of the Pocket: Hashtag AWESOME!!!

Out of the Pocket Podcast on the Packers Talk Radio Network.

Following a drubbing of the Eagles, the Out of the Pocketeers relish in the spotlight of victory, while preparing us for what appears to be a division and playoff battle. How far we’ve come since Week 3, eh?

Out of the Pocket is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.

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Join Out of the Pocket as they take their show on the road and bring you a weekly dissection of the Green Bay Packers as only they know how. All are longtime Packer fans who bring their infinite wisdom, passion and snark to the Packers Talk Radio Network. Follow them on Twitter at @WhatRUTinkin , @Ceallaigh_k , @missannielynn, and @jys_h.

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Cheesehead Radio: Monsters of the Midweek with Matt Bowen

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You sure can’t argue one thing: the Green Bay Packers are playing perhaps the best ball we’ve seen in years right now. With a huge win over the Eagles and a division rivarly matchup with the Vikings on the horizon, the Pack now own their own destiny when it comes to a division title and a playoff berth.

Joining us LIVE for a special Midweek Cheesehead Radio will be Matt Bowen, NFL writer at Bleacher Report; and Contributor at Chicago Tribune and 670 The Score. This former Packer will pour on the knowledge bombs as he speaks with the CHR Crew.

Cheesehead Radio is the flagship for the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes or Stitcher.

Click on the player below to join us at 8:00 PM CST!!!

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Packers starting to gain steam

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Weren’t the Green Bay Packer supposedly dead in the water just a few weeks ago? At least that’s what the blogosphere felt like after their third loss of the season. I suppose there’s nothing like getting shellacked on a Sunday night to help right the ship.

We all know what happened in New Orleans. A hamstring strain later, and the Packers looked like a JV squad getting beat up on national television. The bye could not occur at a better time.

Self-scouting, gut check, manning up. Whatever you want to call it, it happened. The Packers have not been the same since, and suddenly Vegas has them as the 4:1 favorite to take it all.

Even last week, the pundits were starting to look at the Packers not as playoffs dark horse, but rather the the favored child. I was paging through last week’s Sports Illustrated while I was at the dentist yesterday, and even there the Packers were the #1 NFC seed, beating Philly in the championship game to move on to Arizona in February.

Philly? If that’s the case, bring it on! I’d love to see a redux of this past week at Lambeau in prime time. If the Eagles are the other supposed NFC contender, the Packer proved they are no match for a Green Bay team on the rise.

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Packers’ Nelson a Great Wide Receiver, Not Great White Receiver

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The Packers have an elite standing in the NFL.  They are one of the league’s 3 most popular brands every year.  They enjoy a national fan base and  competitive relevance almost every single season.  Because of this, the “national” broadcast teams spend a lot of time doing their games.  I’m talking about Gruden and Tirico.  I’m talking about Michaels and Collinsworth, Simms and Nantz, and most often, Aikman and Buck.  I understand and appreciate the public’s distaste for Aikman and Buck.  They annoy me too, especially Aikman but this is not one of those articles.

What does annoy me specifically is that every time Jordy Nelson catches a long pass (which, by the way, happens like all the time)  Aikman, without fail will mention Nelson’s “deceptive” speed.  Nelson’s speed is never “elite” or “gamebreaking” it’s “sneaky” or “underrated”.  It’s racist.  It is flat out a racist comment, and someone makes it almost every time Nelson makes a big play.

I’m not going to stand up on a soapbox and say that the midwestern white guy is being “oppressed”.  This is not racism in the sense that it’s a social commentary.  This is sports.  This is a game.  Jordy Nelson’s life isn’t being negatively affected because he is white.  In fact, I’m guessing for better or for worse it makes him a bigger star in the mostly Caucasian market in which he plays.

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Packers Therapy #243: The Eagle Has Landed…with a Resounding Thud

Packers Therapy Podcast

The Green and Gold Kool-Aid glass is half-filled; Chris thinks it’s half empty, Dave sees it as half full. Both our of therapists liked Sunday’s boat-race at Lambeau, but only one was jumping in the Fox to celebrate the regatta.

The guys encourage comments and questions via their Twitter feed @PackersTherapy and read and respond to as many as they can during each show.

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Packers Therapy  is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.

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From The Benches: Firing On All Cylinders

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The Green Bay Packers steamrolled the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, catapulting themselves into a tie for the division lead (and in control of their own destiny) in perhaps the most impressive fashion we’ve ever seen from the Green and Gold. While the kicking game may leave us a little disconcerted, there’s no doubt that no team in the NFL wants to be next on the Packers’ schedule. Listen in as Ryan and Ross sit back and enjoy a great Packer win.

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Packers Aftermath: Packers 53, Eagles 20

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It’s safe to say the Green Bay Packers are a dominant football team right now. For the first time in franchise history the Packers rolled to over 50 points in consecutive weeks, as they slaughtered the Philadelphia Eagles 53-20.

These games are not supposed to happen in the NFL this often. It isn’t high school or college football. In the NFL any team can beat anybody, and that was on display again when the St. Louis Rams defeated the Denver Broncos today. The Packers are just taking teams to the woodshed, and today they took a really good team and made them look like the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Packers needed to beat a good team. Mission accomplished in a big way. They slowed down LeSean McCoy in the run game and made Mark Sanchez look like vintage Sanchez. Offensively, we all wondered what the Packers would look like offensively when they put it all together.We imagined something like this. Some thoughts following the win:

-You run out of words to say about Rodgers at this point. All you can say he is playing the position at the highest level possible. He threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns in yet another short game’s work. The deep pass to Jordy Nelson to open the game was insane and set the tone for the blowout.

– The Eagles were aggressive and played more single-high than most against the Packers. Now you see why more teams do not do that. It’s either you die a quick death or a longer death.

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