Packers Week 4: Toasts and Roasts

Well, the Green Bay Packers Week 4 matchup once again kept up tradition in effectively shedding time off our lives. For this PackersTalk writer, it came while having to watch the game on my phone about five rows up from an NHL Hockey Exhibition game. Fun fact about me, I’m also a big hockey fan. […]

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Wait, Do the Packers Have a Good Special Teams Unit?

Pinch me. Through three games, the Green Bay Packers’ Special Teams have actually been, good. After an offseason of waking up in a cold sweat from re-occurring nightmares of botched punt coverage, could it really be over? I was considering seeing a therapist for this and sending the bill to Maurice Drayton. But then the […]

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Packers Week 3: Toasts and Roasts

It just wouldn’t be the Green Bay Packers if they didn’t have it come down to the wire. Am I right? In the Packers week 3 matchup Sunday afternoon, they defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a game that could’ve been done by halftime. But they had to make sure we didn’t get comfortable. Regardless […]

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Time to Quit with the David Bakhtiari Slander

Unless you just rose from a coma and logged on to PackersTalk.com, you’re likely aware of the absence of David Bakhtiari. The star Left Tackle has only played one game for the Green Bay Packers since December 2020 due to an ACL injury. The recovery has been a very long and frustrating road for the […]

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Packers Week 2: Toasts and Roasts

Well, that was fun. Honestly, I don’t know what I would’ve done had the Green Bay Packers been defeated by the Chicago Bears Sunday night. I already had to read or hear enough from Vikings fans all week long. To then have to hear it from Bears fans too? Ugh, forget it. Luckily the Packers […]

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Is Amari Rodgers in the Dog House?

Why keep three running backs when you can have Amari Rodgers play a Wide Receiver/Running Back hybrid role? These were definitely the words coming out after the Green Bay Packers third Preseason game vs the Kansas City Chiefs. With good reason too. Rodgers was expected to be a Swiss Army Knife of sorts after his […]

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Different Week 1, Same Lackluster Performance for the Packers

In the last two season openers, the Green Bay Packers have scored a measly 10 points, and have given up 61. You’d expect most teams with Super Bowl aspirations to come storming out of the gate, ready to steam-roll their first opponent. The Packers, however, seem to just kind of pathetically trot out of the […]

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