No Huddle Radio is a fast-hitting Packers-centric podcast brought to you by Gil Martin and J.J. Lahey.
Two guys couldn’t be more different from each other than hosts Gil Martin and J.J. Lahey, but their passion for sports and the Packers is a bond they share.
When New Yorker Gil was a kid, his favorite color was green. So, naturally the young boy decided the Green Bay Packers was the best team in the world! He saw his first ever Packers game at the Yale Bowl in 1973 — the year J.J.’s parents were born! That’s right, a generational gap is just one of the differences between these two friends.
Although J.J. lives deep in the heart of enemy Lions territory in Northern Michigan, his family is from Green Bay. His great-grandma lived next door to Tony Canadeo and her dad was a foreman on the construction of Lambeau Field. He also designed and built the original Packers Hall of Fame.
New Yorker Gil has seen the Packers play in stadiums across the country. Over the years, he gradually transitioned his love for sports into a career as he combined his love of writing, sports and history and began writing about the Packers on sites like TheSportsDaily.com and CheeseheadTV.
When the Packers hired Matt LaFleur and began a new era of Green Bay football, J.J.’s excitement and enthusiasm for the team was too much to keep to himself. Always an avid podcast listener, he realized a need to talk about the Pack himself and began working with Packernet, where he eventually began a daily 5-minute news update podcast for the fan on the go, The Daily Cheese.
In Gil Martin, he found a friend who would go toe-to-toe with him and argue Packers strategy and analysis. The two guys now have a blast every week digging into what moves they think the team should make. Even though they don’t always agree, that’s never stopped them from passionately voicing their opinions.
Tune in to No Huddle Radio on the Packers Talk Radio Network for a deep dive on upcoming games, game-planning strategy, and lively debate between two friends on their favorite topic. The guys encourage fan questions or comments on Twitter, where you can find them @GilPackers and @JJLahey. Follow Packers Talk on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to the feed on Apple Podcasts.