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Cheesehead Radio: It's a Mad, Mad World with Ty Dunne

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Cheesehead Radio: It's a Mad, Mad World with Ty Dunne

The Packers, now down to 5-61 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.


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Point Packer's picture

Not 5-61 yet, but if A-Rodge doesn't come back, who knows.

murphy's picture

Coincidentally 5-61 is Cow's record prediction for the Pack's next 4.1 seasons.

I bleed Green More's picture

Oh I knew it was a bad season but 5-61 yikes like I said that is bad.

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