From the Benches: The Meaning of Life from an Existential Perspective

From the Benches Packers Podcast

The guys begin the show by recapping all of the Packers news that emerged over the last week. They briefly recap the signing of Julius Peppers before discussing James Starks and Letroy Guion, as well as the departures of James Jones and Evan Dietrich-Smith. Following that they speculate on the story written by Rob Demovsky, suggesting that the Packers could be interested in former Chicago Bears KR/PR Devin Hester.

They continue their draft series with the discussion of defensive linemen, and whether or not the Packers could or should be interested in one in the early rounds. They finish off the show with the introduction of their new ESPN March Madness bracket challenge, while Jacob discusses some college football fans in the show’s signature segment of “You’re gonna want to cut that.”

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From The Benches is the latest podcast from the Packers Talk Radio Network, featuring hosts Jacob Westendorf, Ross Uglem, and Ryan Hillesand.


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2 thoughts on “From the Benches: The Meaning of Life from an Existential Perspective

  1. Cheeseheads are all Quarterbacks…. not us fans!! Remember the old rhyme ending… “The Cheese Stands Alone”. I love defensive & offensive linemen, they protect our cheese… but possibly too much weight up there? I feel the QB should be its own entity… the field should contain 10 players each team & 1 QB :o)

    1. Unless it already does? but if so… why is Clay breaking his thumb? A tackle is done with the body, not the hands & pulling a hammy (hamstring)? he might be carrying too much of a load? Live Long & Prosper!!!

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