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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 103 - Packers-Patriots Postgame Show

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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 103 - Packers-Patriots Postgame Show

On Sunday night the Packers fell to 3-4-1 on the season as Green Bay lost in New England to the Patriots 31-17. Andy Herman breaks down what went well and what went wrong in the defeat, and most importantly, where does Green Bay go from here? There were fumbles, injuries, ejections, timeouts used on first down, play-clocks running out, and a new defensive backfield. There was certainly a lot to talk about and Andy has you covered in today's show!

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Andy Herman is an avid Packers fan and season ticket holder. He has graduated from National Football Post's and Sports Management Worldwide's NFL Scouting courses and is the owner of the Pack-A-Day Podcast. Find him on Twitter @sconniesports.

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cpitt's picture

Excellent analysis. The fact that the packers with hundley and rodgers essentially have the same record is incredible. The fact is MM needs to be gone, and Rodgers needs a coach who will be much harder on him, because he has developed a lot of bad habits over the last 3 years.

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Good job pointing out the the Pats fast offense completely caught the D off guard. The Rams are good at doing this, especially when they see the D getting on their heels - the Pats did the same thing.

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