LempsTalkinPack #130: Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Part Two

Chris Lempesis is back to close out his two-part series looking back on the season that was for the Green Bay Packers, a series that also looks ahead to the offseason that may be. In this episode, he focuses on the defense and special teams. He goes position-by-position for each unit, talking about the players […]

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Complementary Football Drives Packers Towards Playoffs

After an ultra-impressive dismantling of the Minnesota Vikings, the newfound complementary football drives Packers forward on their improbable ride towards the playoffs. After nearly a full season of disconnect and the various parts of the team not playing in sync, Packers fans finally got to see what their team is made of. It’s a team […]

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5 Packers Defensive Coordinator Candidates

It’s close to a foregone conclusion that Matt LaFleur will be seeking a new defensive coordinator after this season. The scheme that Joe Barry had just one year’s experience in hasn’t worked in Green Bay and the defense has regressed in almost every area despite adding two first round picks last offseason. Would LaFleur double […]

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Could a Run to the Playoffs Save Joe Barry

All season, the Packers defense has looked lost and disinterested in playing aggressive, assignment sure football. Joe Barry is at the heart of many of the problems, calling an extremely passive scheme. He has also been unable or unwilling to adapt or take away the opposition’s offensive strengths. For many, it seems to be a […]

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What Happened to the Packers’ Defense?

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: The Packers’ defense is bad.  A lot has gone off the rails in this disappointing 2022 season, but there might be no bigger letdown than the performance of the Packers’ defense. Loaded with talent, the defense was supposed to make up for an offense that was anticipated to […]

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