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Out of the Pocket: Internet Rumors

Out of the pocket Packers Podcast

Kelly, Dick, and Colleen “really, really” sit down to talk about the Green Bay Packers recent playoff loss, free agency, turtlenecks, the internet rumors about Aaron Rodgers and why you should get married before you’re thirty.

Listen using the player below or download the podcast from the Packers Talk Radio Network on Itunes.

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Join two of the PocketDoppler Angels and Richard Chang 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 three are longtime Packer fans who bring their infinite wisdom, passion and snark to the Packers Talk Radio Network. Check out their work at PocketDoppler.com and Dick’s Favorite Blog. And follow them on Twitter at @WhatRUTinkin , @Ceallaigh_k and @RichardMChang.

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PackersTalk.com Game Predictions: Wild Card Game-Packers vs 49ers

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Playoff football. Frozen Tundra. Lambeau Field.

It doesn’t get any better than this.

 

Cory Jennerjohn (@coryjennerjohn)

The 49ers have the distinct advantage on the offensive and defensive line. And since this game will be played in biblical polar conditions, the big boys up front will win or lose the game. The biggest nightmare for Dom Capers should be Vernon Davis. He is healthy and virtually unguardable, especially with the linebackers the Packers have. The Packers must play mistake-free football to stay close.

49ers 31 Packers 23

 

Jacob Westendorf (@jacobwestendorf)

This season has been a roller coaster. The packers were sitting pretty, then things looked bleak, now they’re NFC north champions and have a shot at redemption against the San Francisco 49ers. Despite what some may say the Packers can compete with this team, but in the end the 49ers are just a better team right now. I expect the game to go down to the wire, but the packers lose a heart breaker.

49ers 31 Packers 27

 

John Rehor (@jrehor)

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: A Familiar Foe

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Packers fans at this point would probably say that the 49ers are their biggest rival besides the Chicago Bears.  Unfortunately since the 2010 34-16 game (the Donald Driver incredible TD game) the Packers “rivalry” with the 9ers has resembled the type of rivalry that the Packers have with the Vikings. One sided.  The Packers were physically dominated both times they played the 49ers in 2012.  The Pack also fell just short in San Francisco in this season’s opener dropping the contest 34-28.

To get a win this time against the 49ers the Packers are going to have to play a near perfect game.  The defense, seemingly punchless without Clay Matthews, is going to need to stop the run as they did in week 1, but also not allow Colin Kaepernick to throw all over them.  The offense will need to run the ball effectively and possess the ball for longer than they did in the week 1 contest in the frigid conditions at Lambeau Field.

Why the Packers Will Win: With Aaron Rodgers at QB, the Packers are capable of beating anybody.  The home crowd and conditions could be a great equalizer.  Eddie Lacy is seemingly more healthy that he has been in weeks and is certainly a more effective runner than he was in week 1.  The Packers offense has every starter from week one except for Jermichael Finley.  Packers OLB Andy Mulumba is possibly emerging as the pass rusher the team needs until Clay Matthews can return.

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No Huddle Radio: 2013 Week 1 Recap with Justin Felder of WLUK-TV Fox11

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Game 1 is in the books and the Packers fall again to the San Francisco 49ers.  Join Adam Czech (@adamczech), Kris Burke (@KrisLBurke) and Jason Perone (@jasonperone) from ALLGBP.com as they break down the 49ers game and look ahead to the week 2 matchup and home opener vs. the Washington Redskins and RG3.

Our special guest tonight is Justin Felder, Sports Reporter at WLUK-TV, Fox-11 in Green Bay.

Justin and the guys will tackle a myriad of questions; Can the Packers contain another mobile quarterback?  Will they continue to improve?  Can this team really run the ball?  How did the 2 young offensive tackles fare?

Tune in as the trio runs another “No Huddle 2 Minute Drill” with a 10-pack of rapid fire questions about the Packers.

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Tuesday Recap: All is Not Lost

Eddie Lacy

The Packers lost a game in which they led in the 4th quarter against the defending NFC Champions and Vegas favorites to win the conference by less than a touchdown, on the road, on Sunday.  That is an incontrovertible fact.  You can tell me that the sky is falling, you can tell me that the team will never win another Super Bowl until Dom Capers is fired, and you can tell me that the only way the Packers can make it to New Jersey in February is if someone else knocks off the 49ers for them. To that I say erroneous! What if Morgan Burnett and Casey Hayward play and Kaepernick isn’t allowed to dominate the middle of the pass D targeting Davis and Boldin? What if Barclay and Bakhtiari get 16 more games of development and comfort before their next meeting? What if Datone Jones gets his feet under himself and becomes a factor, and all of a sudden the defense that was so excellent in containing Kaepernick is also getting a pass rush push? What if the Packers walk through a down NFC North and finish with a better record than the 49ers because they play in a division with another elite team and 2 other scrappy clubs and the playoff game is in Lambeau Field?  The bottom line is that with the amount of young talent on this team, it is clear to me that we just saw the worst version of the 2013 Green Bay Packers on Sunday afternoon, and they’re within striking distance of the class of the league.

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Clay Matthews’ Stupid Play Highlights How Strong Packers Are

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Arguably the watershed moment of Sunday’s Packers-49ers game was the Superman-esque hit that Clay Matthews gave to Colin Kaepernick.

There’s no question that Matthews wasn’t just a tad late. The plane had already taxied onto the runway by the time he showed up at the gate. That’s how late he was.

Kaepernick’s entire body was past the white out-of-bounds line and still Matthews came out of nowhere to make one of the more athletic plays I’ve seen a defensive player make in a long time.

But the Packers’ attitude changed after that play. And let me just say that I’m not a believer in things that can’t be judged like toughness or momentum. But I was very impressed at how quickly Matthews’ teammates rallied around him.

It almost reminded me of when a baseball manager gets tossed on purpose just to send a message to his players.

Obviously Matthews didn’t get tossed. But after it happened initially, that was my first reaction. I thought defensive coordinator Dom Capers would lose his four-time Pro Bowler early in the second quarter in a game that will begin to have more meaning when the snow starts flying.

But even before the refs handed out offsetting penalties to Matthews and San Francisco left tackle Joe Staley, several Packers dotted the sideline to stick up for their do-everything linebacker.

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Out of the Pocket: He Can Pass

Out of the pocket Packers Podcast

Join the Pocketeers assemble for a raw post-game therapy session on the Packers – 49ers matchup. The Sky is falling in Green Bay; the ground is littered with bits of leather & Anquan Boldin’s cleat marks.

Colleen drops out again, but not before she lashes out on her twitter followers. Join us for an hour long roller coaster through the seven stages of grief.”

Listen using the player below or download the podcast from the Packers Talk Radio Network on Itunes.

 

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Join two of the PocketDoppler Angels and Richard Chang 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 three are longtime Packer fans who bring their infinite wisdom, passion and snark to the Packers Talk Radio Network. Check out their work at PocketDoppler.com and Dick’s Favorite Blog. And follow them on Twitter at @WhatRUTinkin , @Ceallaigh_k and @RichardMChang.

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Jersey Al Bracco is the founder and editor of AllGreenBayPackers.com. He can be heard as one of the Co-Hosts on Cheesehead Radio and is the Green Bay Packers Draft Analyst for Drafttek.com.

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