Join your hosts, Myles Teteak and Tim Hamilton every week as they discuss and analyze whatever is happening with the team they love, the Green Bay Packers. The approach with Packers Weekly is to avoid the “hot-take mania” that is prevalent in the sports podcast world and instead focus on in-depth and thoughtful analysis. Myles and Tim show their passion for the team while having in-depth discussions about anything and everything going on with the Green Bay Packers and their division rivals in the NFC North.
Myles Teteak is a father, husband, son, and grandson from Rhome, Texas. He’s been a diehard Packers fan from day one, because his grandfather, Deral “Little Bull” Teteak, is in the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. #66 before Ray Nitschke, Little Bull instilled a love for football and the Green Bay Packers in Myles that eventually led him to play football at UW-Oshkosh. Myles has since moved back to Texas to escape the brutal north winters and raise a family of little Packer fans. He is an entrepreneur in the nutritional supplements industry, an amateur runner, and a die-hard football fan. Myles loves 3 things: as the Great Saint Lombardi once said, God, Family, and the Green Bay Packers.
Tim Hamilton grew up and still live in Bucks County, PA – about 30 minutes from Philadelphia but never a fan of the Eagles though. Tim became a Packers fan through his uncles who were fans during the dark ages of the 1970s and 1980s. His first memories of being a Packers fan were from the 1989 team that just missed the playoffs – Sterling Sharpe, the Majik Man, Tim Harris. His passion for the team became strong during the 1990s and has only grown since then. Through the ups and downs, he loves the team and the Packers community.
Be sure to join Myles Teteak and Tim Hamilton every week as they breakdown what’s going on in the world of the Green Bay Packers. Stay up to date by following the show’s twitter account @PackersWeeklyPod, follow Myles at @MylesTeteak and Tim at @TimHam422.
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