Out of the Pocket: WHAT THE H E DOUBLE HOCKEY STICKS IS GOING ON OUT THERE?

The Hot Mess Express Returns!   What is going on with Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy?  WHY IS TIM MASTHAY GONE? These issues and more will be discussed.

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Behind Enemy Lines with Jess Root of Revenge of the Birds

Chris and Amanda begin the second playoff edition of Behind Enemy Lines by talking about what went right during last weekend’s game against Washington, and why it took until the second quarter for things to click. They discuss whether or not Randall Cobb went overboard with his YOU LIKE THAT cheers in the tunnel (hint: he didn’t) and then talk about what needs to happen from here on out to be able to call this season a success.

They then welcome Jess Root from the SB Nation site Revenge of the Birds to the show, talking about the expectations that come with earning a bye week, before talking about what was fluky about the Arizona Cardinals 30-point win over the Packers in Week 16, the legacy of Carson Palmer, and what they want to see in the playoffs from here on out.

Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Geffre and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda’s work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris’s musings as Sports Director for the Lacrosse Radio Group.

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Behind Enemy Lines with Michael Phillips of the Richmond Times-Dispatch

In the Wild Card playoff edition of Behind Enemy Lines, Chris helps Amanda drum up some excitement for the Green Bay Packers road game against the Washington Redskins, but not much about the Packers’ end to the regular season can help that cause. They talk about being spoiled as fans, the “next man up” philosophy, and bemoan the current state of the injury report.

They then welcome in Michael Phillips from the Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch to talk about this Sunday’s tilt, including the Redskins’ impressive finish to the season, the emergence of Kirk Cousins and Jordan Reed, what the Washington defense can do to frustrate Aaron Rodgers, and what stability with Cousins and coach Jay Gruden has meant to the team this season.

Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Geffre and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda’s work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris’s musings as Sports Director for the Lacrosse Radio Group.

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Behind Enemy Lines with Christopher Gates of the Daily Norseman

Amanda and Chris start the final podcast of 2015 with a look at what went wrong for the Green Bay Packers in the desert last weekend, what it would take for this to be considered a successful season, and whether or not a shake-up is needed somewhere.

They then welcome in Christopher Gates from the Daily Norseman to talk about the expectations for the Minnesota Vikings heading into this season and how they’ve changed since, Teddy Bridgewater’s emergence over the past few weeks, and what having all the playmakers back on defense means moving forward.

Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Geffre and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda’s work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris’s musings as Sports Director for the Lacrosse Radio Group.

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Behind Enemy Lines with Jimmy Durkin from BANG Sports

Amanda and Chris start the Week 15 edition of Behind Enemy Lines by talking about their rainy trip to Lambeau Field last weekend, before discussing the dynamic day by Eddie Lacy and James Starks, what they thought of Mike McCarthy’s play calling, and where their expectations are at for the rest of the regular season.

They then welcome in Jimmy Durkin from the Bay Area News Group to talk about the emergence of Khalil Mack as one of the game’s best linebackers, the impact Charles Woodson is still having at age 39, whether or not the comparisons between Aaron Rodgers and Derek Carr are legit, and where the Oakland Raiders will be playing next season.

Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Geffre and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda’s work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris’s musings as Sports Director for the Lacrosse Radio Group.

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Behind Enemy Lines with Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News

In the Week 14 edition of Behind Enemy Lines, Chris doesn’t let Amanda live down the fact that she missed watching last week’s Hail Mary because she went to bed. They also discuss the idea that the Green Bay Packers are in a situation now where it takes a miracle to beat the Detroit Lions, and what that means about the state of a team heading towards the playoffs.

They then welcome back Jon Machota from the Dallas Morning News to talk about the mindset of the Dallas Cowboys fanbase, re-hash the Packers-Cowboys playoff game from last season, and spend a surprising amount of time talking about kickers.

Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Geffre and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda’s work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris’s musings as Sports Director for the Lacrosse Radio Group.

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Behind Enemy Lines with Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press

Amanda and Chris open the Week 13 edition of Behind Enemy Lines with a bit of despair, trying to make sense of the Green Bay Packers’ fourth loss in five games. They debate the merits of Davante Adams vs. Jeff Janis, wonder of Eddie Lacy should get more work, and discuss whether Thursday night is a must-win for the Packers.

They then welcome in Dave Birkett from the Detroit Free Press to talk about whether the Lions’ big win over Philadelphia on Thanksgiving was a fluke. whether Calvin Johnson is ready to go off again, and assess the state of the NFC North as a whole.

Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Geffre and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda’s work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris’s musings as Sports Director for the Lacrosse Radio Group.

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