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In this episode of " Talking Packers with Steve " , i shall be talking about and going over the Week 10 game against the Chicago Bears that was played at Lambeau Field in Green Bay , WI and also on Sunday Night Football on NBC . I will be going over stats and other info taken from the game as well . If want to be on the show and share your thoughts welcome to call in during the show . Twitter handles to Follow and interact with me are as follows : @Talking_Packers and @ARMY_STRONG_06 .
Amanda and Chris come back from the bye week to talk Green bay Packers football and what, if any, lingering effects are still present from the Saints game. They discuss a few midseason grades before praying to the football gods that Chris isn't bad luck as he heads to Lambeau this weekend.
They then welcome in James Neveau from NBC Chicago to talk about the Chicago Bears, and how Jay Cutler's ineffectiveness affects Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffrey, Matt Forte and the like. They also discuss if this is a must win game for both teams and what the downward spiral could look like if the Bears would lose.
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In order they call in:
710-720 Luke Wade, 31 - Fort Worth, TX (Team Pharell) Won his Knockout Round against Taylor Phelan while singing "Rich Girl" by Hall & Oates
Taylor Phelan, 25 - Dallas, TX (Originally Team Pharell & Stolen To Team Adam) Lost his Knockout Round against Luke Wade while singing "Rather Be" by Clean Bandit
Elyjuh Rene, 18 - Long Beach, CA (Team Pharrell) Won his knockout round against Ricky Manning by singing “With You” by Chris Brown
DaNica Shirey, 25 - York, PA (Team Pharrell) Won her knockout round against Katriz Trinidad by singing "Saving All My Love For You" by Whitney Houston
Mia Pfirrman, 19 - Covina, CA (Team Adam) Won her knockout round against Alessandra Castronov while singing "Human" by Christina Perri
Ricky Manning, 19 - Cape Coral, FL (Now Team Gwen after being stolen from Team Pharrell) Lost his knockout round to Elyjuh Rene while sing "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus
Taylor John Williams, 23 - Portland, OR(Team Gwen) Won his knockout round against Troy Ritchie while singing “Mad World” by Gary Jules
In order they call in:
Chris Jamison, 20 - Pittsburgh, PA (Team Adam) Won his Knockout against Blessing Offor while singing "(Sitting On) The Dock Of The Bay" by Otis Redding
Jean Kelley, 29 - Atlanta, GA (Team Pharrell) Won her Knockout against Menlik Zergbachew while singing "Chandelier" by Sia
Anita Antoinette, 24 - Kingston, Jamaica / Boston, MA (Team Gwen) Won her Knockout against Craig Wayne Boyd while singing "Rude" by Magic!
Ryan Sill, 20 - Sterling, VA (Team Gwen) Won his Knockout against Beth Spangler while singing "Miss Independent" by Ne-Yo
Reagan James, 15 - Burleson, TX(Team Blake) Won her Knockout against Grant Ganzer while singing "Hit Em Up Style" by Blu Cantrell
Craig Wayne Boyd, 35 - Nashville, TN (Stolen by Team Blake after being stolen originally from him by Team Gwen) Lost his Knockout against Anita Antoinette while singing "Can't You See" by The Marshall Tucker Band
Matt McAndrew, 23 - Barnegat Light, NJ (Team Adam) Won his Knockout against Rebecca Samarin while singing "Drops Of Jupiter" by Train
Taylor Brashears, 21 - Nashville, TN (Team Blake) Won her Knockout against Allison Bray while singing "Landslide" by Fleetwood Mac
In the order they are calling in:
Sugar Joans, 24 - Los Angeles, CA(Originally Team Gwen & Stolen to Team Pharell) Lost her Knockout Round to Bryana Salaz while singing “Love on Top” by Beyonce
James David Carter, 34 - Atlanta, GA (Team Blake) Won his Knockout Round against Griffin while singing "You've Got A Friend" by James Taylor
Jessie Pitts, 18 - Birmingham, AL(Team Blake) Won her Knockout Round against Tanner Linford while singing "Your Song" by Elton John
Damien, 35 - Monroe, LA (Team Adam) Won his Knockout Round against Toia Jones while singing "How Do I Live" by LeAnn Rimes