Pulse of the Pack: Quarterback Review & Preview

Jacob, Jason and Paul discuss the Packers quarterback position and how they might address it during the offseason.  Is it time to find the heir to Aaron Rodgers?  Can Rodgers still get this team to a Super Bowl? —–Pulse of the Pack is the spot for what’s new with the Green Bay Packers. Jacob Westendorf (@JacobWestendorf) […]

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3 Things the NFL can learn from the XFL

It was the first weekend without NFL football. But the help cure those blues, the XFL re-launched this past weekend. Surprisingly enough, it was an enjoyable product. It was a chance for players who were cut from the NFL to continue to play the game they love. Fans also seemed to enjoy more football. After […]

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Cheesehead Radio: The North Was Enough, I Guess…

Well, that sucked. The 2019 Green Bay Packers season went out with a whimper as every cylinder of the engine on the train failed against the 49ers in the NFC Championship. Packer fans were left in despair, but don’t you worry: the Cheesehead Radio gang is here to not only help you process this loss, […]

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Packers Therapy #356: I Left My Dignity in San Francisco

Chris and Dave talk the NFC Championship stomping by the 49ers, and cap the season with an ode to the 2019 Packers. What should we look forward to next season? Who will stay, who will go? Aaron Rodgers: 36 physically, 66 mentally? Also, a special edition of betting lines for the off-season. See you next […]

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LempsTalkinPack: No Cheeseheads On South Beach

Chris Lempesis is back to break down Green Bay’s season ending 37-20 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday night. He goes in on Mike Pettine and Green Bay’s poor run defense. He’s also not very kind to Aaron Rodgers after another poor NFCCG showing from the quarterback. He […]

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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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