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Tim and Paul discuss both the NFC and AFC championship match up's. Can Seattle stop Aaron Rodgers? Can the Packers defense stop Russell Wilson? Is this the best Patriots team since the Super Bowl days? Do the Colts have a punchers chance? What would be the better Super Bowl match up? Is Peyton Manning done? John Fox to the Bears? What the hell is going on in San Francisco? NFL coaching hires.. Plus rants and all NFL hot topics...
In this cool episode of " Talking Packers with Steve " , i shall be going over the NFC championship game that was played in Seattle against the Seattle Seahawks . Will go over the big plays and biggest moments of the game as well . IF you are on Facebook , LIKE the fan page at ... Search the show's name . IF you are able to listen live , more than welcome to call in to the show to share your thoughts on the game and other things NFL or Packers related as well . Twitter handles to follow are : @ARMY_STRONG_06 and @Talking_Packers .
In this cool episode of " Talking Packers with Steve " , i shall be talking about and previewing the upcoming NFC Championship game in Seattle against the Seattle Seahawks . I will be going over keys to the game and also give my score prediction as well as i usually do on Thursdays . IF listen live , more than welcome to call in and share your thoughts on things and/or ask questions . Twitter handles to follow are : @Talking_Packers and @ARMY_STRONG_06
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec talk NFC Championship football. This is a rematch of week 1, when the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Green Bay Packers, 36-16. Many things have changed, since week 1. How much stock do you put in the outcome, of a week 1 score?
Aaron Rodgers mentioned, in his press conference, that his injury would probably not be any better than it was, last week, against the Dallas Cowboys. This calf injury has limited his mobility, but he still had enough pocket presence, to pass for 316 yards. He had enough mobility to escape the rush and find Richard Rodgers, for the go ahead touchdown. The Packers running game has improved over the course of the season, and the defense is doing a better job, of getting off the field on third down.
Seattle stumbled briefly out of the gate, after that week 1 win. However, they could have the best defensive unit, in the NFL. The defense has become stingy, and are not allowing teams to score, in the fourth quarter. Russell Wilson is not asked to become a hero. His role is to lead an effecient offense, that will rely on Marshawn Lynch.
What do the Packers have to do, in order to beat the Seahawks? Will the Rodgers injury affect the outcome? What do the Seahawks have to do, so that they can try to defend their Super Bowl Title? Listen in or call the show with your thoughts.
This week on Wednesday Night with NFLFemale, we'll talk with the Official Fan Reporters from each of the remaining teams, Indianapolis New England Seattle and Green Bay, left in the NFL playoffs. Who are the front runners for the Super Bowl? Who has the best chance to make an upset? We'll also talk about NFL coaching positions still available and where does Peyton Manning go from here?
Is this a blogtalk show for authors or are we doing something different here?
We are doing both!
William Tasch,"Outlaw Salvation",and Patti J. Smith,"Grave Obsessions", are both authors but they also happen to be fans of the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks respectively.
They are going to be breaking down the big game and discussing each teams season.
We may even save some time to discuss the AFC Championship game as well.
Please join us for the fun!
Did that really just happen? Did the Green Bay Packers OWN the Seattle Seahawks for 55 minutes, only to fall apart in epic fashion at the end? If you are just as heartbroken as we are, join in as members of the Packers Talk Radio Network family join in for one epic post-mortem of today's game, and a look back at a season full of promise, only to be dashed at the last second.
Big Z is.... Nosebleed Seats!
It's about that time for the show everyone can afford to listen to! Big Z recaps his thoughts on the Dez Catch or no catch before previewing todays NFL conference championship games. We take a look back at the National title game of the innaugural college football playoff and give some thoughts on the new system. Plus of course picks for todays games. So sit back and get your sunday morning started off right and enjoy!
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