Cheesehead Radio: Gellin’ at the Right Time

The Packers just seem to be gelling down the home stretch, with two convincing wins in as many weeks over an struggling opponent. More importantly, the offense appears to be coming together, the defense is actually showing signs of life, and special teams…..well, you can’t have everything, can you? In our new “four-quarter format”, tune […]

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Packers’ special teams are anything but special

A Tale of Two Halves: the Green Bay Packers was on full display Sunday in Indianapolis. In the first half, the Packers stopped the run, recovered from costly turnovers, and dropped 28 points on one of the best defenses in the NFL. The second half was a total collapse in all three phases, and the […]

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2019 Review: Special Teams

The final aspect of the 2019 recap lies in looking back at the special teams unit for the Green Bay Packers. Led by long-time kicker Mason Crosby, young punter JK Scott, and a plethora of uninspiring returners (and Tyler Ervin), this unit was solid, if not unspectacular this past year. For Crosby, he had his […]

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3 Burning Questions: Special Teams

As the final part of this ongoing series is reached, the facet of special teams is the final topic to be covered for the Green Bay Packers. Differing from all previous articles in a sense that this is a group breakdown and not a positional breakdown like the rest of the previous articles, this will […]

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Green Bay Packers Week 2: Studs & Duds

After watching the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings battle to a tie, it is really easy to point fingers at the officials (they were bad), the rules (they are bad), or the opposing team. Instead, I’m going to focus on the Green Bay locker room to see who did the most to lead them […]

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The Importance of Special Teams

As was more than evident in Sunday’s game, being able to count on your kicker to finish off a stalled drive with points is more than important in the league: it is imperative to a team’s success. Regardless of role, rhyme or reason, a team should have the confidence to be able to count on […]

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Realistic Contributions from Rookies in 2018, Part 1

So far throughout training camp and the first two preseason games, certain members of the rookie class (Oren Burks, Josh Jackson, J.K. Scott) have impressed, while others either haven’t had enough time to show their roles or haven’t lived up to their potential (yet). With that being the case, let’s look into the first six […]

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