Behind the scenes, a mini-industry thrives on the success of the Packers in and around Green Bay.
The Packers, now down to 5-6-1 and coming off a semi-bye week after being embarrassed by the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving, might have a glimmer of hope for the playoffs but would be better served by looking in the mirror instead. Ty Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel joins us for a hard look at our favorite team down on its luck.
The Green Bay Packers reached a tipping point on Thanksgiving. For this team to move forward, it can no longer look back on the accomplishments of the players and coaches three years ago to justify their position today.
The Green Bay Packers’ season is on the brink. Two wins in five days puts the Packers back in the drivers’ seat. Two losses and the playoffs are effectively impossible. The microscope falls on Mike McCarthy and his ability to rally his troops to play as greater than a sum of their parts.
Garda is back with some thoughts on Thursday night’s game, Mike Vick being “OK” with Nick Foles and his NFL picks for this week.
The Packers have dropped three in a row and are on the brink of falling out of the NFC playoff race. Joining us LIVE will be Tom Silverstein, beat writer for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Everyone has a theory as to what is wrong with the Packers defense. Perhaps all the theories are just symptoms of the greater problem: the defense is playing flat, reactive, and needs a change so disruptive that it is able to transform it back into the playmaking defense of 2010. C.D. Angeli resurrects his Kitchen Analogy to study it.
Andrew Garda talks about which teams are already out of the playoff hunt and his Week 11 picks.
The “Tolzein Era” has fans believing that the Packers have finally found the great backup quarterback they’ve been waiting for. Here’s hoping that early struggles don’t trump the long-term potential he could bring to the team.
It’s been 21 years, 1 month, and 2 weeks since a Packers’ backup quarterback has made a meaningful start. Ted Thompson has rolled the dice for years that that streak would continue indefinitely. Today, the Pack will start a washed-up veteran with no training camp experience and Thompson has no one to blame but himself.
Garda gives you his thoughts on some of the news from the past week, Thursday Night Football and his picks for Week 10.
We’ve all thought about how Sterling Sharpe’s final numbers might have turned out if he had played another 5-7 seasons. But what if he had simply been born 10 or 20 years later?
The Packers have a turnover ratio of minus-two this season, but they’re facing a Bears quarterback that has thrown more interceptions than touchdowns in his career.
Today Garda talks about, among other things, last night’s game between the Bucs and Panthers, his NFL picks and talks about why Greg Schiano is failing.
Garda makes up for missing Friday’s Press Box by recapping the Sunday that was for you Monday morning perusal.
Former Packers players Paul Hornung, Gilbert Brown, Rich McGeorge and Ken Ellis will all make various appearances in Green Bay on Saturday.
Now that it’s Friday evening, we at Cheesehead TV just wanted to take a moment to wish everyone safe travels as we hope to see you at Throwback Weekend in Green Bay Saturday and Sunday. I know Corey Behnke and myself will be there, and I hope others from Cheesehead TV will be able to [...]
Former Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Gilbert Brown, a member of the team’s Super Bowl XXXI team in 1996, will be appearing at Throwback Weekend on Saturday evening at the Green Bay Distillery. Details about Brown’s appearance and how to attend can be found at ThrowbackWeekend.com. As a Cheesehead TV sponsored event, we hope to [...]
PBS’s Frontline special last week opened our eyes to the reality of concussions in the NFL. There are still many out there who fear the entire game will be ruined if we try and protect players. They’re wrong.
The secondary ticket market is showing prices higher than usual for Ravens home games and Packers away games.