Cheesehead Radio: We Got A Defense

With the #Packers 10-3 win over the Bears in the season opener, there’s much to celebrate about our new-look team. With the Vikings coming to town on Sunday, is the Pack truly back in the NFC North? Join us for our segments of “Who Moved My Cheese”, “The Playbook”, “Hot Pockets”, and “Packer Season Predictions” […]

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Looking Ahead: Minnesota Vikings

After the mixed-bag game that resulted in Green Bay’s week one victory over the Chicago Bears, the Packers week-two matchup remains in the NFC North, as they host the Minnesota Vikings. With five of the team’s first seven matchups at home, winning on their home turf is imperative to put together a very successful 2019 […]

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NFC North Offseason Review

Brian Gutekunst has done a lot to improve the Green Bay Packers in this crucial offseason. A brand-new head coach, significant free agents who are young, healthy, and in their prime, and an athletically gifted draft class (including two first round picks) should help the Packers retake the North. But their rivals haven’t been idle. […]

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Green Bay Packers: Tapped

Am I the only one noticing the older I get peers my age are taking up hobbies including smoking meats or homebrewing? My husband and friends fit this profile, and both hobbies pair nicely with tailgating at Lambeau on game day. I’ve yet to think through how smoking meat would work in the parking lot […]

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The Sweep #60: Conspiracies, The Cardinals & Coaching Carousels

Fred Thurston & Cameron Gilbert get together to talk about the Aaron Rodgers conspiracy from Adam Lefkoe of Bleacher Report, who the next Head Coach of the Green Bay Packers will be, and what to expect against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday!  This show is brought to you by Pride & Glory Clothing Co. | Ground Round Neenah Follow us on: iTunes | Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter […]

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Pack to the Future #92: Poppycock

Ben Clubb fills in for Jon and competes in his first coin toss. He and Dusty debate the conspiracy theory of Rodgers playing poorly on purpose to get McCarthy fired, whether Mark Murphy should be seeing more of the blame for how bad things have gotten, and whether the Packers have a legitimate shot at making […]

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