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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 159 - It's Finally Over

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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 159 - It's Finally Over

After a 31-0 drubbing at the hands of the Detroit Lions, the Green Bay Packers 2018 is thankfully, mercifully over. Today on the podcast, Andy Herman returns off of IR and is joined by Tyler Grzegorek and Jacob Westendforf to review Sunday's loss, the season as a whole, and to start looking forward to 2019. Who was the MVP, rookie of the year, defensive player of the year, and most disappointing player of 2018? The team discusses while also predicting who will win the Super Bowl and be the next coach of the Packers. The road to Super Bowl LIV starts now!

Note: Sorry for the brief hiatus on the podcast being posted on CHTV, it will now be back up every day!

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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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jsb937's picture

Bears tough as nails. Good draft of hard playing players. Packer soft as warm cream cheese. Weak feel good drafts. Sign Karem Hunt. Thank the Vikings for signing Kurt Cousins. Detroit is comimng on strong like the Bears. Quit being soft, period.

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