LempsTalkinPack: State of the Pack, 2021 Edition, Part One

Chris Lempesis is back after his longer-than-planned hiatus to dive into the 2021 offseason for the Green Bay Packers. In part one of his two-part series, he examines Green Bay’s offense. He goes position-by-position, looking at how the Packers stack up now and how they may look in a few months. He also tells you […]

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No Huddle Radio #23: The Biggest Off-Season Concern

As Aaron Jones’ return looks more and more dubious, the question looms large who to pair with AJ Dillon’s downhill running assault; J.J. and Gil weigh the options for finding a RB2. The guys then trudge through a couple of painful games in their Packers in Review series that mark a turn for the better […]

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Restructure or cut? Remaining options for Packers to free cap space

The Green Bay Packers are in the business of freeing up cap space. Starting the offseason off with a bang, the Packers were able to do that by freeing up over $8 million by restructuring All-Pro left tackle David Bakhtiari. Since then, Packer fans have been on the edge of their seats waiting to see […]

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Rashan Gary should replace Preston Smith

When the Green Bay Packers signed the Smith Bros before the 2019 season, Packers fans were elated to see their general manager finally make a move in free agency. Brian Gutekunst also drafted Rashan Gary in the same offseason to bolster the depth along the edge. The two pass rush signings did not disappoint in […]

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No Huddle Radio #22: Barry’s Defense, Packers in Review Part 2

New defensive coordinator for the Packers Joe Barry has been around for a long time and coached for many teams over the years, including two stints as DC for the Lions and That Team In Washington. How will his defense in Green Bay look different from Pettine’s and from Barry’s previous defenses? J.J. and Gil dive […]

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Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari: Ultimate team player

For the Green Bay Packers, this offseason promises to be a challenging one. The organization has to decide whether or not to keep a multitude of free agents – both big names and small. Starting out the offseason with with close to $30 million of cap space needing to be freed up, it seems the […]

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No Huddle Radio #21: Packers in Review Part 1: The Beginning of the Season

Gil and J.J. start the fun process of auditing the Packers 2020 season. Re-experience the highs and lows of the first seven games of the year with us, only this time we have the benefit of hindsight! We take note of the early evolution of the defense, the seeds of Aaron Rodgers’ MVP season, and find […]

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