Ol Bag of Donuts Packers Podcast

Ol’ Bag of Donuts: Epic Packers Bye Week Podcast

Even if the Green Bay Packers have a bye week, Ol’ Bag of Donuts do not. Chris and Adam pick up the slack this week giving you an extra long show to More »

No Huddle Radio from ALLGBP.com on Packers Talk Radio Network

No Huddle Radio: Bummer in the Bayou – Packers Steamrolled

Join the No Huddle Radio crew as the guys try to make sense of this Packers team after the beating they took from the Saints. Can’t stop the run? Can’t stop the More »

Packers Therapy Podcast

Packers Therapy #241 — Saints Rain Down Hellfire Under the Dome

Aaron Rodgers’ hamstring wasn’t the only thing sore following the Packers loss in New Orleans. Our resident tools, Chris and Dave, were chapped about the defeat, seeing it as Exhibit A in More »

From the Benches Packers Podcast

From The Benches: Blowout in the Bayou

The show is back and better than ever after the Packers suffer a bad loss before their bye week. Jacob remains the host of the show, but has some subs for his More »

Behind Enemy lines podcast on Packers Talk Radio Network. Amanda Lawson &

Behind Enemy Lines: Geaux Pack Geaux with Lyons Yellin of WWL-TV New Orleans

In the Week 8 edition of Behind Enemy Lines, Amanda and Chris discuss the Panthers beatdown, and talk in depth about the Eddie Lacy/James Starks timeshare, the improved play of Clay Matthews More »

Ol’ Bag of Donuts: Epic Packers Bye Week Podcast

Ol Bag of Donuts Packers Podcast

Even if the Green Bay Packers have a bye week, Ol’ Bag of Donuts do not. Chris and Adam pick up the slack this week giving you an extra long show to help you ‘shake off’ the loss to Saints, as well as give out some midseason awards, preview the second half of the season and answer some of your questions from Twitter.

Ol’ Bag of Donuts 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 or BlogTalkRadio.

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Chris Lempesis and Adam Somers bring their offbeat brand of podcasting to Packers Talk Radio Network, with the latest rumors, news, and prognostications about your Green Bay Packers. Follow them on Twitter at @olbagofdonuts and @ASomers_time  and stay tuned to Packers Talk Radio Network every week for more of Chris and Adam!

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: A Realistic Look at the Rest of the Season

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How much do these upcoming games really matter?  I know every Sunday the Packers win it feels like we’re going to the super bowl and when they lose the walls are closing in.  Every time we bludgeon a team like Carolina or Chicago that was supposed to be good this season it looks like the team is a machine.  When it gives up tons of yards to Mark Ingram it makes everyone sad.

Is it really all that big of deal, though?  After all, we are Packer fans.  NFC North division titles do not mean a whole heck of a lot.  I told everyone last season that after the “4th and Great” I was so proud of that season that I was going to buy the division championship gear.  I didn’t.  You know who gets excited about division championships? Vikings fans.  Do you know who would be really, really excited about a division championship? Lions fans.  In Green Bay there’s one thing that moves the needle.  Lombardi trophies.

Here’s the deal: the Packers are 5-3.  Unless 12’s hamstring falls completely off they are winning at Minnesota, at home against Atlanta and at Tampa.  Those teams are junk.  Those are the types of teams that the Packers not only beat but beat down, a la what happened to Carolina and what happened to Minnesota already.  That gives the Packers the 8 wins that qualified them for last year’s postseason.  Now I don’t believe that’s going to be enough this year.  What I will guarantee you is that 11 wins is going to be enough.  I can’t remember the last 11-5 team that didn’t qualify for the postseason.  If you qualify those 3 games as “gimmes” (and you should) the Packers have to go just 3-2 in these games:

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No Huddle Radio: Bummer in the Bayou – Packers Steamrolled

No Huddle Radio from ALLGBP.com on Packers Talk Radio Network

Join the No Huddle Radio crew as the guys try to make sense of this Packers team after the beating they took from the Saints. Can’t stop the run? Can’t stop the pass? Jason and Andy search for answers… Joining the guys will be Justis Mosqueda, Packers writer for Bleacher Report.

No Huddle Radio 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 or BlogTalkRadio.

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Packers Therapy #241 — Saints Rain Down Hellfire Under the Dome

Packers Therapy Podcast

Aaron Rodgers’ hamstring wasn’t the only thing sore following the Packers loss in New Orleans. Our resident tools, Chris and Dave, were chapped about the defeat, seeing it as Exhibit A in the case against Green Bay’s defense. But the not-so-dynamic duo agrees that a 5-3 mark heading into the bye week isn’t a disaster.

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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Mike McCarthy Doesn’t Trust Packers Defense

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Mike McCarthy made it very clear last night that he had no faith in his defense being able to contain the prolific New Orleans Saints offense.

His decisions to try an onside kick in the first quarter and to go for it on fourth-and-1 from his own 40-yard line down 23-16 in the third quarter were made because he did not think his defense could get stops. McCarthy was right and both of those decisions were the correct calls to make even though they did not work out in his favor.

Micah Hyde very nearly recovered that onside kick and it could have given the Packers a chance at a 17-7 lead, plus the opportunity to quiet the crowd. What’s the difference in giving the Saints field position if you do not think you can stop them anyways? That decision did not hurt the Packers badly, as they managed to hold New Orleans to a field goal to tie the game at 10-10.

With Aaron Rodgers hurting his hamstring and the Packers being down by seven you could just feel the game starting to slip away at that point. You just knew if the Packers punted New Orleans was driving for another touchdown. Eddie Lacy was running well and McCarthy was right to have confidence in him picking up the first down. Of course running behind Lane Taylor was not the smart way to go about it.

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From The Benches: Blowout in the Bayou

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The show is back and better than ever after the Packers suffer a bad loss before their bye week. Jacob remains the host of the show, but has some subs for his usual co-hosts. Jason Perone of AllGBP.com joins the show in addition to Jacob’s brother Adam.

The show begins with a discussion of the Aaron Rodgers injury that came as an even bigger downside to an abysmal night on the defensive side of the ball. There is also a discussion about the defense’s complete collapse in New Orleans, before going into the bye.

Then the guys go behind the bench and discuss how they assess the Packers at this point in the season, and if that has changed since the beginning of the year with their expectations.

Following that a discussion breaks out about what was encouraging, and discouraging throughout the game, before a preview of the Packers November opponents, and a prediction of what their record will be in those four games.

An unfortunate discussion emerges just before the end of the show when the guys pick the worst Packers showing in the Mike McCarthy/Ted Thompson era, with a few surprises along the way before Jacob has some words for Coach McCarthy’s management of the game in New Orleans in the show’s signature segment You’re gonna want to cut that.

From The Benches 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 or BlogTalkRadio.

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Early Bird Breakdown Week 8: Green Bay Packers @ New Orleans Saints

Early Bird Breakdown Week 8: Green Bay Packers @ New Orleans Saints

Early Bird Breakdown Week 8: Green Bay Packers @ New Orleans Saints
Hello all! Welcome to another Early Bird Breakdown! Let’s begin with the breakdown:

The Recap:

The Green Bay Packers put together their most complete team victory against the Carolina Panthers last week. The defense looked more crisp than any previous game this season,  giving up their fewest yards on the ground (108) while holding Carolina to only 223 yards passing. Aaron Rodgers was near perfect, completing 19 of 22 passes for three touchdowns and 225 yards. Rodgers spread the ball to nine different receivers, similar to how in 2011 when he spread the ball all over the field on the way to his MVP award. While Carolina does not boast an impressive offensive line by any means, but the way the defense harassed Cam Newton and played overall was a great sign. If they can continue to improve at the pace they have the last few weeks, the team will be as good as any other in the league.

As for the New Orleans Saints, they traveled into Detroit to play the Lions. The Saints had control of the game until Drew Brees threw an interception that led to the Detroit go-ahead score with 1:48 left in the game. Detroit was able to move the ball very efficiently through the air despite not having Calvin Johnson for the game, and the Saints fell to 2-4 overall, all four losses coming on the road.

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