Cheesehead Radio: Redemption, Mostly, with Rob Demovsky

 

Davante Adams caught a pass.

Eddie Lacy ran like a freight train.

Demarious Randall got a pick.

And Aaron Rodgers played with a chip on his shoulder.

If there was ever the need for a redemption game, it was this week. And the #Packers, to their benefit, had a lot of players who redeemed themselves in the face of criticism as they pulled out a win against the Lions in their home opener.

But, there’s always a gray lining to every sunshiney day: the Pack almost blew what should have been an insurmountable lead, letting the Lions back into the game as Mike McCarthy played conservatively and threw the game on his defense to save the day. Sound familiar?

The Cheesehead Radio crew psychoanalyze all the positives and negatives from Sunday’s game with none other than Rob Demovsky, the Packers beat writer for ESPN NFL Nation. If anyone has any insier information and blunt honesty, it’s Rob. Don’t miss a second.

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.

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One thought on “Cheesehead Radio: Redemption, Mostly, with Rob Demovsky

  1. It was a very good first half. But what happened in the 2nd? Lions were completing to many 3rd & short passes. Of course picking on Demarious Randall. The pack need to find someone better than Randall. The whole backfield always seem to play poorly & it seems like they are afraid to tackle.
    With those guys in the backfield they’ll never win a superbowl. all the opposing team has to do is pick on Randall & the secondary as a whole.

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