Oh boy. The Packers, behind substandard quarterback play from Brett Hundley, get shut out at home to the Ravens. We discuss the issues facing this team (they’re numerous), and vent about a wasted season. We review the defense’s solid performance that was squandered against Baltimore.
We look ahead to the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and we share our terror that the Packers could get crushed. We ask why Hundley is still so far behind where we would expect at this point.
We take your twitter responses, listen to your voicemails and hear from Papa K. It’s not a joyous episode, but we think you will find it fun.
We look back on a crucial win against the Bears but lament that Mitch Trubisky was able to throw for almost 300 yards against Dom Capers’ defense. With optimism, the guys look forward to the game against the Ravens and optimism starts to creep in. Papa K adds some much needed insight and your voice mails round out the episode.
This week we recap the brutal loss to the Lions and look for any slivers of hope that can be found. Marty Bennet’s quick departure and odd circumstances are also discussed on the show.
We preview the game against the Bears with the hosts of Da Bears Brothers podcast. We discovered that, oddly, the Packers and Bears are very similar teams right now.
All this plus an extended voicemail segment, and of course Papa K.
This week we cover the Packers recent moves and their interest in another veteran quarterback. We discuss the needed improvements on the defense and in Brett Hundley’s play and we look to the keys to beating the Lions. All this plus our skit featuring Jim Bob Cooter, everyone’s favorite offensive coordinator. We answer your tweets, Papa K checks in and we play True / False and Spread Em.
The guys talk about the Rodgers-less Packers taking on the Saints and how the team has to improve to compete on both sides of the ball. Then on to happier topics when James, Kevin and Chris recap their trip to Green Bay. Finally, we take your calls and Papa K bestows his wisdom on us once again.