PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Prove It

The Packers haven’t beaten anybody.  That’s something that you’ll hear on a regular basis.  I’d tend to disagree.  I think that the Dolphins are a couple plays away from being 8-2 and beating them on the road was a heck of a win.  With that said, it’s true.  The combined record of the teams Green […]

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Packers Therapy Episode 242: Blasting the Bears

Chris and Dave are late this week. No, not dead. Just late posting their show to the site. The fellas discuss the high points of the Pack’s dismantling of a dispirited Bears squad, but the pair are more focused on whether the Lions are for real and what’s ahead this Sunday when the Eagles come […]

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Tuesday Recap: It’s Now Appropriate to Panic

Ever since 2010 and 2011 I’ve thought that every season that the Packers had Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews and both were healthy at the end of it, it was a waste if the team didn’t make a deep playoff run.  By deep playoff run I mean win the Super Bowl.  I fully understand that […]

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Out of the Pocket: The Sky has Fallen

The Pocketeers assemble to apologize for jinxing Packer nation last week in their pregame show, speculate if coach will fire Dom Capers this week, grade Scott Tolzien’s debut and debate the Packers playoff chances moving forward. Listen using the player below or download the podcast from the Packers Talk Radio Network on Itunes.   Listen To […]

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PACKERS FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Trying to Find a Way

I would imagine that a lot of you reacted to Aaron Rodgers wincing in pain and jogging off of the Lambeau Field turf the same way that I did.  I was silent.  I was more concerned for a person whom I have never met than I probably should have been.  I was constantly refreshing my […]

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Green Bay Packers Flashback Sunday: The Dawning of a Dynasty

When Vince Lombardi was hired by the Packers, it marked the most important turning point in the history of the Packers. A former NFL powerhouse, the Packers had been reduced to a laughing stock of the league by the end of the 1950’s. Gone were the glory days of the 1930’s and 1940’s. A series of […]

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