5 Reasons Why the Packers will beat the Bucs

Since Aaron Rodgers became the Packers Starter in 2008, he has only played the Buccaneers one time at Lambeau Field, a 35-26 win in 2011. The Buccaneers are the only team in the NFC Rodgers has played just one time in Green Bay. That will no longer be the case come tomorrow afternoon. The Buccaneers […]

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No Huddle Radio #18: Knocking On The Door of the Super Bowl Again

..and then there were two! A year after being dubbed the worst 13-3 team ever and losing in the NFC Championship Game, the Packers are once again 13-3 and one game away from the Super Bowl. And once again, they’re facing a team that smoked them in the regular season!  Gil and J.J. see this […]

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Betting and Odds For This Weekend’s NFC Championship Matchup

This weekend’s NFC Championship matchup between the Packers and the Buccaneers should be one for the ages- the matchup that everyone wanted to see as soon as it was announced that Tom Brady was taking his talents to Tampa Bay. The winner will advance to the Super Bowl (which coincidentally will be played in Tampa […]

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Clean football is the easiest ticket into the Super Bowl

The age-old adage involves playing clean football by cleaning up any penalties and not committing any turnovers – and for the Green Bay Packers, their dominant offense and improving defense can help play into those two simple elements quite easily on Sunday against Tampa Bay. For quarterback Aaron Rodgers, his pinpoint accuracy this season has […]

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Cheesehead Radio: GOAT12 vs. GOAT12 for SBLV

We can all agree that not only has Jaire Alexander proven himself superior to Jalen Ramsey, but so has Davante Adams in a incredibly satisfying Division Round win over the Rams that has propelled our Packers into the NFC Championship this weekend. But, the question now becomes: is Tom Brady still the GOAT, or can […]

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Keeping Rodgers upright is key to Packers victory over Bucs

Throughout the entirety of Aaron Rodgers’ career, the Hall of Fame Packers quarterback has been known for escaping the pocket and extending plays with his legs. This year, however, Rodgers has done most of his work within the pocket. The 37-year-old quarterback had quite possibly the best season of his career while getting the ball […]

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