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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.
Your hosts are all writers with AllGreenBayPackers.com, an independent blog devoted to YOUR GREEN BAY PACKERS.
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Was the 28-22 loss to the Seattle Seahawks the worst in the Green Bay Packers' history? We'll discuss.
Plus, how did Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and Mike McCarthy, along with the rest of the Packers, allow Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks to catch up and ultimately win the game? We'll explain why Brandon Bostick should NOT be the lone scapegoat, and which plays ultimately doomed the Packers' chances at upsetting Marshawn Lynch, Pete Carroll and the Seahawks at home in Seattle.
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.
Can a not-100 percent Aaron Rodgers lead the Green Bay Packers to a victory on the road against Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks? Will Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers stuff Marshawn Lynch and a vaunted Seattle running game orchestrated by former Badgers quarterback and Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell?
We'll look at how the Packers can stop the No. 1 seed in the NFC, along with preview the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots -- who will represent the AFC?
Plus, we'll talk about some late breaking news as to whom WON'T be joining the Wisconsin Badgers football coaching staff..
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 .
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will take a look at the NFC West. The Seattle Seahawks have won two straight NFC Championships, are they primed to make it a three-peat? Arizona fizzled down the stretch, after losing quarterback after quarterback. How can they catch the Seahawks? St. Louis has put together a young group of players, and recently traded for Nick Foles. Is Foles the missing piece to make the playoffs? The San Francisco 49ers had a year to forget, and made a coaching change. Are the 49ers on the decline? Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
After a much too long hiatus, the ALLGBP.com boys return with a bang, bringing on one of the NFL's eminent draft experts, Dan Shonka of Ourlads.com.
Dan is one of, if not the only, NFL Draft Analysts to have played the game, coached the game, recruited high school players on the major college level, and scouted professionally.
For the third straight year, Dan will come on with us and break down the Packers' draft needs, wants and hopes. You don't want to miss this!
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy will talk about the NFC Championship Game, between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks. Before the game, not many people were giving the Packers a chance, to win in Seattle. Aaron Rodgers had a calf injury, the Seahawks defense was playing on another planet. The Packers had more than a chance, but let it slide away.
The Packers were leading 19-7, and Morgan Burnett intercepted Russell Wilson, on the Packers 39 yard line. Burnett slid, and the Packers thought they were on their way, to Super Bowl XLIX. This slide was the start of the Packers lead disappearing. With ball in hand, Aaron Rodgers handed off to Eddie Lacey three times. Lacey who had been finding small holes all day(21 carries, 73 yards), was stuffed on each running play. The sequence; minus four yards, minus two yards, and a two yard gain. This drive lost yards and only took 1:12 off the clock, after Tim Matshay's punt. Seattle took over with 3:52, on the clock, at their 31. The next time the Packers got the ball back, they were losing 22-19, with 1:25 left. Rodgers constructed a drive, that allowed Mason Crosby to kick the game tying field goal. Overtime rules allow both teams a chance to have the ball, unless the first team scores a touchdown. Wilson drove the Seahawks down the field, then took his shot. A 35 yard touchdown strike, to Jermaine Kearse, ended the game. The Packers would not get another chance, in overtime.
For 55 minutes, the Green Bay Packers dominated the Seattle Seahawks. The Packers pressured Wilson, forced him to throw a career high four interceptions, and even caused a fumble, early in the game. If you ever needed an example of playing until the final whistle blows, this would be the game to reference. Listen in tonight.
On Women of Wisdom today, Best-Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes Mary Grace. It is her intent to keep a child in her home for up to one year’s time (from the date we exit S. Sudan) so that he, Khan Chuol Lam, can heal from his amputation wound and receive free treatment from medical professionals near her home in Durham North Carolina, in the USA. She also worked as an EMT and Physical Therapy Assistant, so she have some knowledge of how to help a child at home. To learn more about Mary Visit http://www.gofundme.com/if7kac. And be sure to visit http://www.wincharles.com/ to learn more about your host. FOLLOW this program www.blogtalkradio.com/wcawomanwithcp
Another special Thursday edition of the Grueling Truth brings another great guest as we welcome Don"Majik Man" Majkowski to the show. In College Don led the University of Virgina to there first ever bowl appearance in the 1984 Peach bowl. He was later drafted in the 10th round of the 1987 draft by the Green Bay Packers, after starting on and off during the 1987-88 season he was named the starting QB at the start of the 1989 season. He had one of the greatest seasons in Green Bay Packers history leading the NFL in passing yards with 4,318 and also throwing 27 TD passes. At the end of the season he was names to the NFC Pro Bowl Team. Succsses was cut short in the 10th game of the 1990 season when he tore his rotator cuff. He didnt get his starting job back until the 1992 season when injuries struck again, in the third game of the season he torn a ligament in his ankle against the Cincinnati Bengals and was replaced by Brett Favre basically ending his career with the Packers. He spent the next two seasons as a backup QB for the Indianapolis colts. He finished his career with the Detroit Lions were in his last start he led the Lions to victory over the Seattle seahawks.
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 .
John Carpenter was raised in a Methodist church, his father was a Minister of a Methodist congregation. On Deepertruth, John Carpenter will give his conversion story how he has come to accept the Catholic Faith. Since his conversion, John has developed a great interest in the Virgin Mary. He began investigating Marian apparitions bring a wholeness of faith into his life.
John has been featured on Deepertruth each and every Sunday night focusing on many of these Marian apparitions. The show is called Journey with Mary as we go from one country to another in time and space.
John also works at the Diocesan level helping the local Bishop of Springfield Missouri, he is a part of the Southern Missouri Marian Association, and is part of Deepertruth. He speaks at conferences where he is becoming more sought after for his study of Marian apparitions.
John has certainly become an important figure for Deepertruth as he has helped co-host conversion stories of other Catholics. John’s professional background, a field of psychology, gives him a unique perspective in studying the seers of Our Lady from Heaven. Tonight, John will give his conversion story.
We are all called to follow the Lord in all that we are and I think this is why conversion stories are so important to many of us. They offer hope in times of despair. Because we are living in an evil age, St. Paul writes, ”And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God handed them over to their undiscerning mind to do what is improper.” Romans 1:28
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