Cheesehead Radio #267: Let’s Give Joe Barry A Little Respect

The Green Bay Packers hosted Russell Wilson and the Seahawks on Sunday, and not only did they get the win, they GAVE RUSSELL WILSON HIS FIRST SHUTOUT OF HIS CAREER. So much to celebrate, but none more than our Packers defense and their coordinator, Joe Barry. Packer fans may not have given him a whole […]

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Cheesehead Radio #266: Special Teams Give Love A Bad Name

The Green Bay Packers take one on the chin as the Season of Love is shattered by one of the worst special teams performances in recent memory. While our defense kept the Packers in the game, is it time for Joe Barry to get a different hashtag than one that begins with #fire? And, OBJ […]

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Cheesehead Radio: It’s the SZN of Love In Kansas City (Maybe)

What once looked like a spectacular matchup of All Pro QBs on Sunday was quickly undone as Aaron Rodgers tested positive for COVID and will miss his first head-to-head with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. But as the story unfolded, it because clear that Rodgers hasn’t been completely forthright in his decision to go unvaccinated, […]

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My Case for the #Packers Trading Away Bahktiari, Clark, Jones, and Linsley…Now

A few days ago, Bleacher Reports Chris Roling proposed a blockbuster trade in which the Cleveland Browns’ would trade disgruntled-yet-talented tight end David Njoku to the Packers for a second-round draft pick. The justification, of course, has been that with the departure of Jimmy Graham, the Packers are, once again, on the search for the […]

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Jim Harbaugh, Coaches, and the Cult of Personality

As the Green Bay Packers set upon their search for a new head coach to replace Mike McCarthy after 13 years on the job, there are plenty of opinions out there as to what kind of coach they need to hire: “They need a quarterback whisperer, so that we don’t waste any more of Aaron’s […]

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History Bears Repeating: It’s 2005 All Over Again

As the drama and trauma of the 2018 Packers season slowly chugs to its eventual conclusion, which will likely be the release of head coach Mike McCarthy, we should be intrigued by the parallels with the way this season and the 2005 season:  a 4-12 affair that seemed cursed from the very start, under a […]

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Hundley Is Who We Thought He Was: So Stop Crying About It

Okay, Packers fans. Time to chill out on Brett Hundley. He is who he thought he was–at least prior to the draft. After a particularly miserable performance on Sunday, in which Hundley threw three interceptions, lost a fumble, repeatedly hung onto the ball too long and had difficulty going through his progressions, Packer Nation has […]

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