Pack to the Future #57: Hence, Again

The guys talk injuries, available veteran quarterbacks, and whether the Packers will make the playoffs without Rodgers. Then they dive in to the game ahead, and whether this depleted squad can take down the New Orleans Saints. John Hendrix of Canal Street Chronicles drops in to add a look from the Saints point of view. Make sure to give Pack […]

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Cheesehead Radio: The Brett Hundley Era Begins

Oh, no. The high hopes for the Packers season turned on a time (or a shoulder) on Sunday, when quarterback Aaron Rodgers was likely lost for the season due to a fairly cheap shot. Now, the season rests on the untested arm of backup Brett Hundley. Has the season gone up in smoke? Or is […]

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Packers Therapy #305: Rodgers Hurt; Season to Continue Anyway

A pall is cast over Chris and Dave as the boys lament the (apparent) season-ending injury to Packers Stud Aaron Rodgers. The fellas debate what it means for the team going forward and what GB needs to do in the wake of the disaster. Oh, yeah — they guys also talk a little about the […]

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Packers vs Vikings in 3…2…1…

After a good performance in Dallas and a come from behind victory, the Packers return to the Great White North to take on the gjallarhorn in Minnesota. With both teams banged up, this game could be a war of attrition, but there are a few guys that we can predict to have a big game […]

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Packers Hoping U.S. Bank Visit is Dress Rehearsal

Come high noon on Sunday, the Packers kick off (or defer the coin flip and then kick off) their second contest at one of the latest heavily taxpayer funded stadiums in the NFL. Heading in with a 4-1 record, they are largely staying the track for the opportunity to book another visit in early February. […]

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Cheesehead Radio: Rodgers Stadium, Dallas, TX

If there was any question, Aaron Rodgers proved that he not only owns AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Skip Bayless, and the hearts of Packers fans around the world. With yet another Alcola Fantastic Finish, dashing the copes of every Cowboy fan for the third game in a row. The Packers are looking fly at 4-1, but […]

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We Are Spoiled. Remember That.

Here we are again in the morning after another brilliant performance by Aaron Rodgers. The fact that he is making a habit out of crushing the hopes and dreams of Cowboys nation makes it all the better. For people like this author, who grew up watching Brett Favre and Reggie White’s teams defeated by the […]

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