Packers Therapy #336: A lot about not a lot about football.

Chris and Dave discuss the new challenge rule, and how they really dislike the NFL pre-season. Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy is the longest-running Packers podcast on the Internet. Hosts Chris and Dave began the show as a way of capturing the spirited chats the two co-workers had about the team around […]

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Tackling Technique, Again? Packers, C’mon!

Pre-Season game number two is now also in the books and on tape. The glaring negative takeaway from the first two games is tackling. The Packers missed 24 tackles in the first game (allowing an extra 170+ yds), and followed that performance with another 19 missed tackles. Packer’s Coach Matt LaFleur stated they needed to […]

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Rodgers and Valdes-Scantling Off to a Slow Start in Training Camp

Aaron Rodgers and wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling started to build a connection in 2018 but a slow start to this year’s training camp has somewhat overshadowed last season’s progress. Through the first few weeks, the two have struggled to get on the same page in practice rarely connecting on big plays. Of course, QB1 did […]

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Pack to the Future #104: Interview with Chris Jacke

The guys sat down with former Packers Kicker and Super Bowl 31 Champion Chris Jacke. Chris shared some of his best memories living and playing in Green Bay, as well as his thoughts on the upcoming season. Pack to the Future is brought to you by The Ticket King – the best place to get tickets to […]

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Packers Therapy #335: For Some Reason, They’re Back

Chris and Dave return for Season 15 of their modestly successful and lightly downloaded podcast. Bereft of awards or acclaim, the boys use their laughably small “internet megaphone” to discuss the first of 2019’s meaningless practice games, a Packers two point win over the Texans of Houston. Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy […]

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Packer’s Housekeeping Post Texans

With the Green Bay Packer’s versus Houston Texans two joint practices and Pre-Season game in the books, here are several thoughts to share. As far as joint practices go for the Packers, I’m disappointed but happy there were only two significant injuries. A concussion and “jaw” injury for our rookie TE Jace Sternberger and a […]

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Packers will make their statement on the field

Aaron Rodgers had an opinion again, this time disagreeing with his head coach’s interest in joint practices. Naturally, this means Rodgers is a garbage person that can’t get along with anyone, or so numerous media members would have you believe. Ruthless criticism of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers is the new offseason fashion, […]

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