It’s a new season of the Green Bay Packers, and just like the last six seasons, this means you are in for another great season of Cheesehead Radio, right here on the Packers Talk Radio Network. Kicking off the 2016 season, the Packers take on the Cleveland Browns, after the excitement of the Hall of Fame enchrinement of Brett Favre, as well as the Hall of Shame cancellation of the exhibition game due to having terrible field conditions.
Jersey Al, Jayme, and CD return to the CheezyStudio this season with our new regular co-host, Bleacher Report’s and CheesheadTV’s Michelle Bruton. Get to know Michelle, as well as get your latest Packers news, tweets, and intrepid analysis that you always expect for the Cheesehead Radio crew.
Jennings went from receiver No. 1 to Public Enemy No. 1 in Green Bay, and it virtually happened overnight. Here’s a look back at how we got there.
Former Green Bay Packer Greg Jennings is among the best wide receivers to ever don the green and gold – you don’t have much ground to stand on if you argue otherwise.
Jennings ranks No. 5 all time in receiving touchdowns for the Packers, and has played in significantly fewer games than everyone ahead of him on the list. Only Don Hutson and Sterling Sharpe averaged more touchdowns-per-game than Jennings.
Jennings also ranks No. 7 all time in receptions and receiving yards with the Packers, and was pacing to be one of the most productive wide outs the organization had ever seen.
A fan favorite – Jennings seemingly embodied a small town, hardworking mentality. He played college ball at a mid-major university (Western Michigan), is the father of four, and acted humbled to be in the NFL. He always wore a big smile and had a knack for coming up with big, crunch-time catches.
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After another prime time Packer game threw off their schedule, Ross and Ryan are back to talk about the Pack just in time for Thursday night’s tilt against the Lions in Detroit. They start with what went wrong against the Bears on Thanksgiving before diving deeper. They yet again discuss the solid play of the defense and give some thoughts on how to further improve that side of the ball. Then it’s on to the bad. What is wrong with the quarterback? Eddie Lacy looks more like himself but has he developed ball security issues? What would you do to fix the offense? Why haven’t the Packers been good at Lambeau? Is Davante Adams any good? There are plenty of questions surrounding the Packers and the guys try to find some answers. Then it’s time for Detroit. Ross and Ryan preview the game and give their predictions.
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The Green Bay Packers fall to 7-4 after another tough divisional loss at home, and wiith the team in a spiral, the Cheesehead Radio crew get together to decide if this team has the ability to get it together, or if a freefall is imminent. Join the gang as we bring a second intervention to the team following its relapse.
The guys apologize for the lack of brevity while they talk about…everything. Predictable playcalling and lazy route-running plague the offense. Antonio Freeman and his many dislocated fingers. Then they chat Lions with Marlowe Alter of the Detroit Free Press before breaking down Thursday Night’s matchup in Detroit.
Joining us on the show is our special guest, The Answer
An NFL Network documentary titled Favre Returns will air this Thursday Night after the Green Bay Packers – Detroit Lions game. Here is the full press release from the NFL:
NEW NFL NETWORK SERIES THE TIMELINE PREMIERES WITH BRETT FAVRE’S RETURN TO LAMBEAU FIELD
Six-Episode Series Produced by NFL Films Features Collaborations With Some of the Biggest Names in Entertainment
‘Favre Returns’ Premieres Thursday, December 3 on NFL Network Following ‘Thursday Night Football’
November 24, 2015: NFL Network’s new documentary series The Timeline from NFL Films premieres Thursday, December 3 with an exclusive, all-encompassing look at Brett Favre’s return to Lambeau Field. Airing throughout the month of December and into the new year, The Timeline features six, hour-long episodes chronicling seminal moments that formed the NFL’s storied past, shape the present and, in some cases, set the stage for the future.
Favre Returns premieres on NFL Network following the Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions on Thursday Night Football (re-airs Friday, December 4 at 9:00 PM ET), chronicling the end of Favre’s storied career with the Packers, his decision to sign with the rival Minnesota Vikings, and his return to Lambeau Field for his induction into the Packers Hall of Fame in July and his jersey retirement ceremony on Thanksgiving. Favre’s close friend, Tim McGraw, serves as co-producer and narrator.
Chris and Dave needed a few days to digest what happened at Lambeau Field last Thursday. They’ve stuffed down their anger, replacing it with sadness. But that doesn’t keep the boys from carving up the carcass of the game, reheating what’s leftover and serving it to the dozens of shut-ins who have 90 minutes to kill.
Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy is the longest-running Packers podcast on the Internet. Hosts Chris and Dave began the show as a way of capturing the spirited chats the two co-workers had about the team around the office. The two have no pretense about being experts: they are just two opinionated shareholders who love the team, follow it closely, but don’t always see the Packers fortunes eye to eye.
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