Forgotten Packers in the Aaron Rodgers Era

Since Aaron Rodgers became the Packers starting Quarterback in 2008, there has been 14 seasons of football played at 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI. Only two men, Rodgers and Mason Crosby, have donned the Green Bay uniform throughout. Everybody else has come and gone, excluding the guys presently on the team. In those 14 […]

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No Huddle Radio #94: Packers Edge Rushers Have Some Help This Year

The guys discuss the Packers edge rushers, how important it is to sign a vet to this group, and how the DL and inside linebackers could help out.

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2022 Training Camp Preview: AFC East

For the 2022-23 NFL season, the Green Bay Packers and the NFC North division drew the AFC East division for their league crossover. By welcoming the New England Patriots and New York Jets for October home games, the Packers then have to travel to face the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins for their other AFC […]

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How much will Packers WR’s Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs produce in 2022?

Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has played with a decent amount of rookie Wide Receivers since he became Green Bay’s starter in 2008. In fact, the year he stepped in as lead signal caller, he had a rookie wide receiver in the lineup with him by the name of Jordy Nelson. He went on to have […]

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No Huddle Radio #93: What? Can Allen Lazard Be a Dominant WR1?

The guys pitch the vision for the Packers wide receivers room in 2022. Who will lead the team in receptions, and who makes the 53?

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Brian Gutekunst and Packers nailed the draft pick of Rashan Gary

Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst and his staff crushed the draft selection of Rashan Gary. Now heading into his fourth season as a pro, I wanted to revisit the Packers drafting Gary back in April of 2019. Green Bay had two 1st round picks that year, opting to spend both of them on defense. Rashan […]

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No Huddle Radio #92: State of the NFC North

The guys examine the state of the NFC North and give reports on how the Vikings, Lions, and Bears look for the 2022 season.

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