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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will do their final grades, for the 2014 Green Bay Packers. The Packers struggled early, and made a solid late season run. However, that run ended, in Seattle. Now it is time to grade the Packers. We will break down each position, and talk about the highs and the lows. Which players stood out, and which players did not impress? Listen in and give us a call with your thoughts.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will conclude, the two part grading series, on the 2014 Green Bay Packers. If you missed part 1, make sure you listen to the February 5th episode. Tonight, the safties, special teams, and coaching staff will receive their grade.
The Packers safties did not record an interception, in 2013. This unit needed to be upgraded. With their first pick, the Packers selected Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Micah Hyde split time at safety, and cornerback, and veteran Morgan Burnett tried to respond, after a horrid 2013 season. Mason Crosby has been a mainstay at kicker, and currently ranks second on the Packers all-time scoring list. Tim Masthay had games where he did not have to attempt a punt. There were times when the coaching staff called great games, and then times, when you scratched your head. How would you grade these units? Listen in and call the show, with your thoughts!
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will spend the first half of the show talking NFL offseason moves, then turn to the court, and talk NBA hoops.
The top news today, was in Cleveland. Josh McCown is most likely their starting quarterback, in 2015. Brian Hoyer, a free agent, most likely will not be retained, after this signing. Johnny Manziel, is getting his life back on track, in rehab. Is this another long list of fails for Cleveland? The Browns list of quarterbacks, to start a game, since 1999, continues to grow. What are your thoughts on the signing of McCown? The Green Bay Packers apparently are ready to bring B.J. Raji back. He missed 2014, because of a torn triceps. Before last season, Raji was a free agent. However, his 2013 campaign was probably his worst professional season. Therefore, the Packers signed him, to a one year deal. Do you think that Raji has something to prove this year? Will this be a good signing?
The NBA as always is flying under the radar again. They take the back seat to NFL football when their season starts, then have a month of coverage for the All-Star break, and trade deadline. Then back to normal with Spring Training starting, and March Madness right around the corner. How do you think the NBA can be more prominent during the other professional sports seasons? Do you think that the only highlight of the NBA season, is the playoffs? Listen in and call the show, with your thoughts.
Have you gotten past the Green Bay Packers devastating loss to the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship game last Sunday? Ready to move on?
Yeah. Neither are we.
It was has to go down in NFL history as one of the biggest collapses on a national stage, the Packers are left to pick up the pieces of a season with all of the promise they've had in years. The Cheesehead Radio crew collects to commiserate, rant, scream, cry, and look for any silver linings in the 2014 season that they can.
Here to talk us off the ledge is none other than the great Wes Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press Gazette who will give us the skinny from inside a locker room that has been emptied all too early.
Cheesehead Radio is the flagship for 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 Stitcher.
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.
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 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.
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