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  • 00:46

    NFL, "Not For Long" & Packers vs Seahawks

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    Packer fans are still in a little "shock" at the events of last year's NFC Championship game or I sure am, what a Debacle of major,” Packer Proportions”, & Sunday night the Pack will finish it :) I am sure Eldridge has some Raider, what are you doing, plays to share! Fred Thurston, joining us, awesome insight, Pack, needs a (Fuzzy) # 63, Karma sweep to finally crash Da Seahawks           

  • 01:18

    No Huddle Radio: Packers Corral Cowboys, Look to Slay Seahawks

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    Your hosts for No Huddle radio tonight are Jason Perone and Mike Reuter, all of ALLGBP.com. They'll break down the Packers' Sunday playoff win, led by the quasi-one-legged Aaron Rodgers who recovered from a sluggish first half performance to lead the Packers to victory. The Packers were assisted by the now-famous Dez Bryant catch that really wasn't, which your hosts will analyzed from various perspectives. 


    Next, the guys will look ahead to the Packers' difficult matchup this weekend with the Seattle Seahawks. The winner advances to the Super Bowl and your hosts will analyze what the Packers will need to do to make that happen.


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    Your hosts are all writers with AllGreenBayPackers.com, an independent blog devoted to YOUR GREEN BAY PACKERS.


    No Huddle Radio is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes or BlogTalkRadio.

  • 00:35

    W2 Instant Reaction Podcast: Seahawks lose to Packers

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    Danny and Kenny react to the Seahawks 27-17 loss in Green Bay.

  • 01:12

    33. Weston Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette talks Packers-Seahawks

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    On today's episode of Real in the Field Gulls, Danny and I talk to Weston Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette (PackersNews.com) to preview the Seahawks-Packers game. We find out if Aaron Rodgers is any good, whether or not Bryan Bulaga will miss the game, how the Packers are doing in their receiving corps so far without Jordy Nelson, and more. 

  • 00:26

    Packers - Week 1 matchup Preview against Seattle Seahawks

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    In this episode of " Talking Packers with Steve " shall be talking about the Week 1 matchup we have against the Seattle Seahwaks that will be on Thursday NIght on NBC . I will be talking about the matchups by positions and my prediction for the game itself as well . IF want to be on the show and share your opinions , more than welcome to call in to show while LIVE on Air . Twitter handles are as follows : @ARMY_STRONG_06 and @Talking_Packers .

  • 01:18

    Pulse of the Pack: Packers Super Bowl Edition

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    With Super Bowl 50 right around the corner, Jacob and Jason debate who the best players are at each position in Packers history.  The duo also discuss the news that Aaron Rodgers had his knee scoped and what that may have meant for the 2015 season and what it means for 2016 and beyond.  The Pro Bowl turned about to be another bad look for the NFL.  What should this game/experience look like in future?  As always, the guys take your questions too.  It's all here on this latest Pulse of the Pack!


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    Pulse of the Pack is your weekly stop for what's new with the Green Bay Packers. Jacob Westendorf of Today's Pigskin and Jason Perone of CheeseheadTV bring "Pulse" to the Packers Talk Network. Be sure to follow the guys on Twitter at @JacobWestendorf and @JasonPerone.

  • 00:33

    Green Bay Packers stuff Seattle Seahawks; move to 2-0

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    The Seattle Seahawks had won three straight games but all of those wins were in Seattle. The venue on Sunday night was Lambeau Field, were the Seahawks have only won one time, in 1999. The Packers relied on key backups to come away with a 27-17 victory.  


    Eddie Lacy left the game, in the first quarter, with an ankle injury. James Starks took the ball 20 times and finished with 95 yards rushing.  The offensive line was missing Bryan Buluga, who had knee surgery on Saturday. Don Barclay made his first start since the 2013 playoffs and the offensive line provided protection and running lanes.  Aaron Rodgers was only sacked twice, and the Packers finished with 127 yards rushing. 


    Nate Palmer replaced the injured Sam Barrington at middle linebacker. The Packers defense held Marshawn Lynch to 41 yards on 15 carries, and could not get untracked.  The Packers were making initial contact in the backfield and gang tackling the powerful running back.  Russell Wilson lead the Seahawks in rushing with 71 yards, as the Packers struggled against the read option.  


    Two fourth quarter turnovers sealed the victory.  Special teams player Jayrone Elliott ceased his moment.  Elliott made a one handed interception on a pass inteded for Marshawn Lynch. The turnover led to a Mason Crosby field goal, and a 10 point lead.  As the Seahawks made one last surge, Elliott came up big again. He punched the ball out of Fred Jacksons grasp, and Micah Hyde recovered, with 22 seoconds left.


     


     


     


     

  • 00:48

    From The Benches: Packers Christmas Special

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    Ryan has come home for the holidays, but not before stopping at Ross's house.  The guys sit down for a live taping of From the Benches and dive into some Packers football.  They discuss the big win over Oakland, the Pro Bowl selections and the Mike Daniels extension.  The guys then delve into the weekend's game against the Cardinals, make their game predictions and make predictions for the winner of the division and playoff seeding.  Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Years from From the Benches!


    From The Benches is a part of Packers Talk, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.


    From The Benches is one of the family of podcasts from the Packers Talk Network, featuring hosts Ross Uglem and Ryan Hillesland. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.

  • 00:32

    Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks game preview

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    In week one, the Green Bay Packers recovered an onside kick to secure the win against the Chicago Bears.  A sigh of relief came over Packer fans, because the last year in the NFC Championship Game, a poorly executed onside kick was the final straw, in a Seattle Seahawk comeback.  


    The last time the Packers and Seahawks met was in the NFC Championship Game, and the Packers controlled most of the game.  Depending on what team you cheer for, it was either an epic meltdown or a great comeback.  In either case, the Seahawks won the game and advanced to the Super Bowl.


    It is now 2015, and a new season.  The Packers still boost a high powered offense, while the Seahawks are now dealing with the effects of success.  The have lost some players via free agency, and their top offensive lineman in Max Unger, to trade.  One player that will not be on the field, Cam Chancellor.  He is a Seahawk, but has been holding out for a new contract.  His presence is missed on the field, and the defense struggled at times against the St. Louis Rams. The Rams beat the Seahawks, in overtime and were aided by a special teams touchdown.  


    The St. Louis Rams are still trying to figure out their running game, but they attacked areas that may have been filled by Chancellor.  Jared Cook, the Rams tight end, led the team with five catches for 85 yards and a touchdown. Would Chancellor have made a difference?  The Green Bay Packers have a serviceable tight end in Richard Rodgers and might be able to exploit the middle of the field. Eddie Lacy may not average five yards per carry, but can churn out some tough yards.


    Jimmy Graham was the biggest addition, and even though he scored a touchdown, he was not a huge factor.  That could change against a Packers defense that has struggled defending tight ends.  Sam Barrington is out for the year, so how will the Packers defend Graham?

  • 01:06

    Pulse of the Pack: Packers Ceremoniously Thankless

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    One step forward, two steps back.  The Packers can't seem to get their act together since the bye week and dropped their second-straight home game on a night when there was so much to play for.  The Pack dropped to 7-4 on the season and have fallen completely out of the conversation about top contenders in the NFC.  What is going on in Titletown and how can Green Bay start to tackle all of their issues?  Jacob and Jason discuss a night to remember. . and forget and look ahead to this Thursday's game against the Detroit Lions on Pulse of the Pack!


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    Pulse of the Pack is your weekly stop for what's new with the Green Bay Packers. Jacob Westendorf of Today's Pigskin and Jason Perone of CheeseheadTV bring "Pulse" to the Packers Talk Network. Be sure to follow the guys on Twitter at @JacobWestendorf and @JasonPerone.

  • 01:45

    Packers Therapy #264: Crosby Not High Enough, Packers Go Up in Smoke

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    Chris and Dave saw one good football game this weekend. Sadly, it wasn't the one they witnessed at Lambeau Field. The fellas, after consulting with Podcast Physician Dr. Klaus, see no easy cure for what's plaguing the Pack, believing it is lethal matrix of many small things adding up to the recent flaccidness. Still, the boys aren't panicking, but another dud in Minnesota might push them over the edge.


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    Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy is the longest-running Packers podcast on the Internet. Hosts Chris and Dave began the show as a way of capturing the spirited chats the two co-workers had about the team around the office. The two have no pretense about being experts: they are just two opinionated shareholders who love the team, follow it closely, but don't always see the Packers fortunes eye to eye.


    The guys encourage comments and questions via their Twitter feed @PackersTherapy and read and respond to as many as they can during each show. Or you can sent them an email to packerstherapy at packerstalknetwork.com


    Packers Therapy is a part of the Packers Talk, family of podcasts, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow Packers Talk on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.