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  • 01:05

    Green Bay Packers-Detroit Lions preview; Wisconsin football, basketball news

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    The Green Bay Packers struggled mightily against the Chicago Bears on Thanksgiving night, losing with both legends Bart Starr and Brett Favre in the house. Can Aaron Rodgers turn the tide of a stagnant offense against the Detroit Lions, who've won three straight?

    We look back at the Wisconsin Badgers and their 2015 regular season. What would you have predicted at the beginning of the season if you knew the Badgers would be without junior running back Corey Clement? We discuss.



  • 01:39

    Green Bay Packers-Detroit Lions preview; Wisconsin Badgers bye week review

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    The Green Bay Packers look to rebound against the Detroit Lions on Sunday after two straight losses to undefeated teams. What's wrong with Mike McCarthy's offense, and how can it be fixed? What was Aaron Rodgers "scared" about? How much is the team missing Sam Shields and Quinten Rollins? We ask the Green Bay Press Gazette's Wes Hodkiewicz at 8:10.

    The Wisconsin Badgers are 8-2, 5-1 in conference heading into their bye week. Who's been the biggest surprise for this team so far, and what's been the biggest disappointment? Plus, what's going on with the latest situation involving junior running back Corey Clement? Are the Iowa Hawkeyes for real? We ask the Wisconsin State Journal's Jason Galloway at 8:35!

  • 01:15

    It's the Green Bay Packers vs. the Detroit Lions

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    On the Thursday edition of Sports Time Radio The Big Jack and Dan the Man will preview the Thursday night NFL match up. This week it;s the Green Bay Packers vs. the Detroit Lions. In what has to be a little bit of a surprise the Packers find themselves in 2nd place in the NFC North and can't afford to lose this game. Don't forget that a couple of weeks ago the Lions pulled off the upset by beating the Packers at Lambeau Field.

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  • 00:28

    Green Bay Packers report card 2015 - Linebackers

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    The Green Bay Packers had a defense that allowed some yards but found a way to create turnovers and keep opponents out of the end zone. Unfortunately, this Packers defense will be remembered for the breakdown in overtime against Arizona, in the NFC Divisional playoff round. That breakdown led to a first and goal and eventual touchdown by Larry Fitzgerald. 

    Statistically, the Packers finished 15th in total yards and 12th in points allowed. Julius Peppers found enough gas to have another productive year leading the Packers with 10.5 sacks. As a unit, the Packers tied for seventh in sacks with 43. Clay Matthews was asked to man the middle of the defensive, and still produced 6.5 sacks. Middle linebacker became and issue once again when Sam Barrington went down with injury. Jake Ryan, a fourth round pick, worked his way into the starting lineup. 



  • 00:29

    Green Bay Packers report card 2015 - Defensive Line

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    The Green Bay Packers defense failed when it mattered most. While the offense struggled to find an indenity and put points on the board, the defense did all they could to keep the Packers in games. They finished the season ranked 12th in points allowed, and 15th in yards allowed. 

    When an outsider looks at the 119 rushing yards allowed per game they could assume that the defensive line was ineffective. The Packers faired well against some of the top running backs in the league. During the 6-0 and start, the defense was winning at the point of attack and eliminating the opponents running game. 

    The Packers will have a decision to make regarding the defensive line. B.J. Raji and Letroy Guion are both free agents. Guion had some off the field issues that could reduce the number the teams interested. Raji may generate some interest on the open market and may have played his last down in Green Bay.

  • 00:33

    Green Bay Packers report card 2015 - Quarterbacks and Running Backs

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    The Green Bay Packers were one of the pre-season favorites to be playing in Super Bowl 50. Jordy Nelson was injured during a pre-season game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, that did not stop the Packers from jumping out ot 6-0 start going into their bye week. Even though they were not playing their best football, the optimism was high that the offense would start clicking. The next two weeks would be against the eventual Super Bowl participants. The Denver Broncos exposed a way to rattle the Packers and their defense dominated the Packers enroute to a 29-10 victory. The following week, in Carolina, the Packers dug a hole and a comeback feel short as they lost 37-29. The rest of the season was a bumpy up and down road. A hail mary in Detroit may have saved a playoff berth. The Packers lost to the Minnesota Vikings, in week 17, ending their string of four consecutive division titles. 

    Aaron Rodgers is one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL and had to get used to Tom Clements calling the plays early in the season. With Jordy Nelson done for the year, Rodgers had to find another go to guy. Early in the season James Jones was the target. As the season rolled on, no receiver stepped up and it looked like Rodgers lost confidence in his receivers. Rodgers finished below a 100 quarterback rating for the first time since time since 2008. That was his first year as a starter. 

    A good running game can help a passing game. The Packers had a hard time finding a consistent running game. Eddie Lacy surpassed 1,000 yards in his first two seasons. In 2015, Lacy carried the ball 59 times less than 2014 and finished with 758 yards and only three touchdowns. As Lacy struggled, James Starks had career highs in carries and yards. Starks fumbled four times which was one less than he had in his five previous seasons with the Packers. 

    Tonight we grade the Packers quarterbacks and running backs. Listen in and call the show.

  • 00:30

    NCAA All American and Green Bay Packers QB Don Horn

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview NCAA All American and Green Bay Packers QB Don Horn.

    Donald Glenn Horn is a former National Football League quarterback. He was a 1967 first round pick as an All-American out of San Diego State University by the Green Bay Packers.

  • 00:33

    Green Bay Packers report card 2015 - Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

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    The Green Bay Packers entered the season with high expectations, and the wide receiver corp was one of the strengths. However, Jordy Nelson tore his ACL, in the preseason. This meant that someone would need to step up and take over the role as the go to guy. The logical choice was Randall Cobb, but early in the season it was Aaron Rodgers looking for James Jones. Jones picked up were he left off before leaving in free agency. As the season went on, Jones cooled off and was not much of an impact in the playoffs. DeVante Adams entered his second year with high expectations after a spectacular post-season in 2014. He was riddled by nagging injuries and ended the  year with 50 catches, but only one touchdown. After re-signing with the Packers, Randall Cobb was suppose to be a perfect compliment to Nelson. With Nelson gone, Cobb struggled to get open and never got on the same page with Rodgers. Cobb ended the season as the top receiver with 79 catches for 829 yards. The Packers drafted Ty Montgomery and as he saw his role increase his season ended with injury. Montgomery put in the work in practice and was earning praise from the veteran Nelson. Jared Abbrederis and Jeff Janis had a hard time finding the field but were forced into action during the playoffs due to numerous injuries. 

    Andrew Quarless and Richard Rodgers were the top two tight ends. Rodgers may have saved the season with his hail mary catch, but did not give the Packers a dominant presence at tight end. He finished the year with a modest 58 catches and tied Jones for the team lead with eight touchdowns. Quarless had his season end early due to injury.

  • 00:30

    Green Bay Packers report card 2015 - Offensive Line

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    The last time Aaron Rodgers had lower than a 100 passer rating was his first year as a starter. The offensive line started the season with little depth, and could not afford any long term injuries. The starting five brought a veteran presence to the line, but the depth at this position was limited. Offensively, the Packers statistics were awful. A high powered offense had a quarterback with under a 100 rating, a running back that did not surpass 1,000 yards, and no receiver with over a 1,000 yards or 80 catches. 

    You can not blame the offense line for all of the offensive problems, but inconsistent play can lead to a lack of a running game. Without a running game their is more pressure on the quarterback.

  • 00:31

    Green Bay Packers Off-Season Preview- What do they do now?

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    Now that the Green Bay Packers season is over, its time to talk about where the Packers go from here. Troy and Evan talk about pending free agents we will like back, ones we feel the Packers could let go, and areas of need during the offseason. 

    Jeff Janis had a break out game against the Arizona Cardinals and Evan and Troy also talk about what his breakout game means moving forward and should the Packers have played him sooner. Mike McCarthy also called out Eddie Lacy and his weight, can Eddie Lacy come back to camp in shape and what should he do? Also staff changes have happened as Mike McCarthy has fired two on his staff. 




  • 00:32

    What do the Green Bay Packers need to fix to beat the Arizona Cardinals?

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    In week 16, the Green Bay Packers visited the Arizona Cardinals. They left the desert battered, bruised, and searching for some confidence. After a scoreless first quarter, the Cardinals finished the half with a seven play, 80 yard drive to take a commanding 17-0 lead after Aaron Rodgers threw a red zone interception. This turnover happened with under two minutes left in the half and was the turning point, in the game. With the score 10-0, the Packers were driving and ready to cut into the lead before the half. Not only did the Packers come away with no points, the Cardinals increased the lead.

    The second half did not get much better. Rodgers lost two fumbles that were returned for touchdowns and the Cardinals were never threatened. The blowout loss fell clearly on the offense as the Cardinals defense outscored the Packers offense 14-8. 

    Can the Green Bay Packers compete with the Arizona Cardinals? Yes, the Packers did compete with the Cardinals in the first half. As poorly as they played, they had a chance to go into halftime down by one score. Take away the two defensive scores and the two play 28 yard drive set up by a turnover, and you have a 17-8 game. 

    To compete on saturday, the Packers need to protect Rodgers and elminate the key turnovers. The offensive line should be healthier heading into the game. With a healthier line, the Packers should be able to have a better showing. With less pressure, the Packers can eliminate the turnovers.