Packers Therapy #395: A Small Axe Probably Means You Have a Stubby Kaye

Chris and Dave discuss a devastating loss at US Bank stadium. Chris asks Dave the question “Did the Packers lose, or did the Vikings win?”, more of a philosophical quandary that is dissected over the majority of the podcast, and the implications of this L moving into the rest of the season. How many injuries can the Packers […]

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Cheesehead Radio: I Still Own You

It was the trash-talk heard ’round the world, as Aaron Rodgers adds another iconic moment in a legendary rivalry en route to a Green Bay Packers win over the Chicago Bears. Rodgers’ taunt of “I STILL own you” to the Chicago Bears fans stole the headlines and set the NFL ablaze with cheers and jeers […]

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How Many More Packers Injuries Would Sink The Team?

The Super Bowl season of 2010 was marred by Packers injuries. A team that wasn’t down by double digits once the whole season somehow had six losses. Injury problems continued for most of Mike McCarthy’s tenure with the Packers, though never quite to the same extent. After two mostly big injury free seasons, Matt LaFleur’s […]

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Despite injuries, Packers blow through Texans

Alright, let’s be honest. The Green Bay Packers knew that the matchup in Houston against the Texans was a game they should win. Despite making the playoffs a season ago, Houston was 1-5 going into Sunday. They had cut ties with former head coach Bill O’Brien, struggled on defense and were inconsistent on offense. After […]

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Winning vs. The Winless – Week 4 in GB

Can’t recall the last time I said I was looking forward to a Monday. But here we are on rare occasions. Football does something to me. The Packers have a chance to go 4-0 (for the first time since 2015), back at home against the Falcons who have yet to get a win this season. […]

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LempsTalkinPack: Different Aaron, Same Result

Chris Lempesis is back to break down Green Bay’s 42-21 blowout win over the Detroit Lions at an empty Lambeau Field on Sunday. He raves about the monster day turned in by running back Aaron Jones. Really, he raves about the ground game as a whole, praising running back Jamal Williams and the offensive line. […]

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