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Packer Transplants Podcast 37- now online

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Packer Transplants Podcast 37- now online


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Episode 37 Mired in Mediocrity

Today’s show responds to the overtime loss to the Titans and prepares Packer Nation for Viking Week.
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Andrew in Atlanta's picture

Nice pod. Check the Cheesehead TV admin email. I sent you something

DL's picture

One article mentioned a Titans lineman saying that they shouldn't have given up the sack to Montgomery because "that guy can't play his way out of a paper bag." We'll see.

Thanks for the new format, nice and easy to listen to at work!

packeraaron's picture

Yeah I saw that in McGinn's piece. Sounds like sour-grapes to me. I mean, Montgomery just burned him for that sack, it was a great play. guys who can't "play their way out of a paper bag" don't make a play like that...

jerseypackfan's picture

I wonder what Jermouthly Finished Wonderlic score was?

Alex Tallitsch's picture

I have been trying to change to colors on my player for months. I give up. You suck.

cheese5's picture

Packone- I only used the Podcasting plugin for Wordpress. Not much tweaking. Hey send me a forum message when u can chat and I will help u change your colors no problem :)

Knowing CSS helps, but not necessary.

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"A school without football is in danger of deteriorating into a medieval study hall. "
"The Bears still suck!"
"I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious."