Dismissing Labels has Helped Amos reach New Heights in Green Bay

The former fifth-round selection out of Penn State by the rival Chicago Bears, safety Adrian Amos signed on with the Green Bay Packers for four years and $36 million last offseason. And after his first season with the Packers, it is safe to say they made the right decision in terms of which safety to […]

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Packers: Top 3 Strengths & Weaknesses- NFC North Edition

It’s not easy for any NFL front office to adhere to the strict parameters of a hard salary cap.  While offseason additions in the free agent market and via the recent draft may have galvanized the spirits of at least some fans, no NFL team is exempt from managing multiple roster deficiencies.  It’s the price […]

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Cheesehead Radio: Underwhelmingly Overachieving

The Packers are 11-3 and have wrapped up a playoff berth, but with two more divisional games, not all is set in stone yet. Al, CD, and Kelly debate the seeing possibilities for the Pack, as well as preview the upcoming game against the Vikings and how the Dalvin Cook injury will impact the team. […]

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Packers Therapy #351: Expectations are Premeditated Resentments

Chris and Dave dredge up the classics, arguing whether an 11-3 Packers team should be celebrated for its record or lamented because they just don’t look like an 11-3 team. Wackiness and hilarity ensue.  Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/packerstherapyPayPal: Packerstherapy@yahoo.com Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy is the longest-running Packers podcast on the Internet. Hosts Chris and Dave […]

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LempsTalkinPack: We’re Back In the Dance, Baby!

Chris Lempesis is back to break down Green Bay’s 21-13 win over the hated Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field on Sunday, a win that puts the Pack back in the playoffs. He talks about another (very) up and (very) down day for the offense, as well as the classic “bend but don’t break” performance from […]

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200th Meeting in Divisional Rivalry – Packers & Bears

Having just written my 100th article last week for Packers Talk, it is only right that the following week was a monumental achievement for the Green Bay Packers – getting the chance to beat the Chicago Bears, at home, in the snowy tundra of Lambeau Field in December, in their 200th overall meeting. Currently sitting […]

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