Pack to the Future #21: Into the Stapler

The guys break down the Bakhtiari extension, Jared Cook’s impact and the performance of the run defense in this week’s coin toss. Eric Thompson of the Daily Norseman joins to break down the week 2 matchup with the Vikings, and the guys make their predictions.

Listen to Pack to the Future every week, featuring co-hosts Jordan Peck, Brian Fonfara, and Dusty Evely. Pack to the Future is a great podcast brought to you by Titletown Sound and just one of many great Green Bay Packers podcasts you will find at PackersTalk. Keep up on all the latest Packers news by following us on iTunes, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

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Cheesehead Radio: Crashing the (Vikings) Party with Marques Eversoll

The Green Bay Packers are officially 1-0 (and Packer fans are officially well into their first cardiac finish of the season). The Packers head to Minnesota, where the Vikings are christening their new, shiny stadium, and thinking that Aaron and Co. are the Homecoming Patsy Opponent that will be a feel-good first win. Will the Packers ruin the party, just as the Vikings did to us back in the refurbished Lambeau Field back in 2002, or will we give Viking fans the 2,8394,938th reason to give up on their team altogether? We have all the info you want and need, so tune in LIVE and join us in our side chat.

Jersey Al, Jayme, Michelle,  and CD bring you your latest Packers news, tweets, and intrepid analysis that you always expect for the Cheesehead Radio crew.

Joining us LIVE tonight in the studio will be former Packers Talk podcaster, and now broadcaster and studio man for Green Bay’s Sports Radio station, 107.5 The Fan at WDUZ, Marques Eversoll.

Are you ready for some regular season football? GO PACK GO!!!

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TTSO Packers Podcast #76: One Down, Fifteen to Go

On this week’s edition of Titletown Sound, Jeremy leaves it to Chris, James, and Bobbo to fill the podcast with talk about the Packers while encouraging a lot of high-brow discussions that would breed intelligent thought. And boy…did they ever talk about the Packers. They discuss the offensive line play, Sam Shields and the secondary, and who got off to the best start in Spread ’em and True/False.

TTSO is brought to you by hosts, Jeremy VanderLinden, Chris Kristofco, and David “Bobbo” Bobke. Follow occasional guest host James Korsmo, too!

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TTSO is just one great podcast in a great lineup of Packers’s podcasts from the Packers Talk, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.

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After Further Review: The Bears Still Suck

Following the success of From the Benches featuring Ross Uglem and Ryan Hillesland, a new show is born. After Further Review debuts with its inaugural episode, only Ross is now joined by Cheesehead TV colleague Zachary Jacobson.

The duo kicks off their first episode with a review of the Packers’ season-opening win in Jacksonville over the Jaguars, followed by game balls for the best green and gold performances from the game. Lane Taylor was also briefly spoken about and how his solid performance against the Jaguars’ pass rush exceeded expectations.

After covering aspects of the week one win, Ross and Zach help look ahead to Minnesota and get you prepared for the Vikings, as well as some game predictions in the Vikings’ brand new stadium.


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Packers Therapy #278: Packers Off Jags in Jax

The faux season is over and the Packers are out of the gate with a four point win in Jacksonville. Chris and Dave are pleased to put this one in the victory column, but aren’t entirely comfortable with Green Bay’s somewhat shaky performance. The fellas comment on Jordy Nelson’s return to action, the various perspectives on Clay Matthews’ performance, and the choppy, 2015-esque showing by the team’s offense.

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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.

The guys encourage comments and questions via their Twitter feed @PackersTherapy and read and respond to as many as they can during each show. Or you can sent them an email to packerstherapy at packerstalk.com

Packers Therapy is a part of the Packers Talk, family of podcasts, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow Packers Talk on TwitterFacebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.

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The Best and the Wurst: Packers at Jaguars

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Aaron Rodgers

It’s usually seems too easy, perhaps even lazy, to throw Rodgers on this list, but last season Rodgers often found himself on the outside of “The Best.” In the season opener, however, Rodgers looked to have his groove back. Finishing with 199 yards, 2 passing TDs, 1 rushing TD, and a 95.1 QB rating, Rodgers is the biggest reason why the Packers were able to edge out the Jaguars. Sure the offense should have finished the Jaguars off when they set up shop with about 5 minutes left in the fourth quarter, but no one can claim that Rodgers didn’t look like his old self on Sunday. And let’s not forget about one of the most ridiculous throws of his Hall of Fame career.

Joe Thomas

With two up-and-coming inside linebackers starting for the defense on Sunday, it was a guy that many did not even have making the final roster who came up with the big plays in the middle of the field. In the first quarter, Thomas ran in to pick off a ball being bobbled back and forth between Jacksonville WR Marqise Lee and Green Bay CB Quinten Rollings. In the second quarter, Thomas showed some nice acceleration to make a diving tackle from behind on Lee, saving the Packers from potentially giving up a first down on 3rd and 17. Thomas was also making some serious blitzes up the middle, pushing back the interior of the line and opening the way for a sack from Clay Matthews.

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Defense Gets Late Stop, Packers Escape Jacksonville with Win

It was far from a perfect game by Green Bay, but the Packers did just enough to emerge with a 27-23 victory over the upstart Jacksonville Jaguars to open the 2016 season.

Green Bay was clinging to just a four-point lead as the Jaguars marched deep into Packer territory. The defense nearly ended the game twice with turnovers, but a Ha Ha Clinton-Dix interception was negated by a penalty and Allen Robinson was able to recover his own fumble. But on a 4th and 1 play from the 15-yard line, Damarious Randall tackled Allen Hurns behind the line of scrimmage to seal the victory for Green Bay.

Aaron Rodgers threw for 199 yards and accounted for three total touchdowns (two passing and one rushing), Eddie Lacy looked good rushing for 61 yards on 14 carries, and Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams each caught a touchdown in the Week 1 win.

The game started about as well as it could have for Green Bay. The defense forced an interception by Blake Bortles on Jacksonville’s first possession, and just six plays later Rodgers scrambled for a six-yard touchdown run for the Packers’ first points of the new year.

But the Green Bay offense got into a bit of a funk after that. Pinned deep by a pair of excellent punts by Jaguars’ punter Brad Nortman, the Packers put together three consecutive three-and-out drives. Over that stretch, the Jaguars were able to find a rhythm and take the lead over Green Bay.

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