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OH SNAP! with Brett Goode: Packers in First Place in NFC North

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OH SNAP! with Brett Goode: Packers in First Place in NFC North

In place of our regular Monday episode of Railbird Central, we still have our weekly OH SNAP! segment with Packers player Brett Goode. The Green Bay long snapper joins us to talk about the win over the Vikings, regaining first place in the division and looks ahead to another NFC North showdown against the Detroit Lions.
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Brian Carriveau is the author of "It's Just a Game: Big League Drama in Small Town America," a member of the Pro Football Writers of America and an editor at Cheesehead TV. To contact Brian, email [email protected].

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Jamie's picture

Any chance of changing the name to "Oh No You Ditn't...Just Snap it Ova the Goal Post"??

Hands's picture

I met Brett's Dad at the end of the the Super Bowl in Dallas. We had a very nice conversation and he was very proud of his son. The one thing I took away was Brett's desire to play w/ the Packers.

Brian Carriveau's picture

Fantastic to hear. Brett is really nice and very gracious to give his time to us. And he's doing his job perfectly to boot.

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