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Packer Transplants Returns Tonight!

That's right ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls - it's the return of Packer Transplants LIVE tonight at 9pm edt/8 pm cdt - and we are just absolutely thrilled to have new Packers running back James Starks joining us on the show to talk about what his draft experience was like and obviously, how it feels to be a Packer.

We'll also be joined by Tony Pauline of TFY Draft Insiders and Sports Illustrated fame who will tell us if any of these guys the Packers drafted are any good or not. ;)

And of course we'll have our regular assortment of Packer bloggerdom in the house. So be sure to be here tonight at 9pm edt/8pm cdt for Packer Transplants LIVE!

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CJ in Guatemala's picture

Can't wait! See you guys at 8pm.

bomdad's picture

Whats the final 2009 stats on the CHN "bump?"

packeraaron's picture

Too scared to run the numbers. Just let the myth live. ;)

Shootz's picture

14/08 Jermichael Finley
Shortly after Finley's appearance, he was having a fantastic camp and Tory Humphrey suffered a broken arm. This left the #2 TE spot wide open, ready for Finley and his breakout year. Finley came back later for another boost which propelled him to his first 100-yard receiving game and the second-most yards received by a TE in a playoff game.

15/08 Dane Randolph
After his interview, Dane was waived on September 4 then resigned less than a month later.
Bump Status: NO BUMP

15/08 Nick Barnett
After his training camp interview, Barnett went on to start all games, up from the previous year where he only managed 9 due to injury, and notched up 81 tackles and a career-high 4 sacks.

20/08 Jaron Harris
Jaron was waived ten days after his appearance on Cheesehead Nation.
Bump Status: NO BUMP

3/09 Jarius Wynn
Wynn played 11 games in 2009, made four tackles. Who knows where he'd be if he didn't appear on Cheesehead Nation.

26/09 Brad Jones
Although Jones played in most games for the Pack in one form or another, after appearing on Cheesehead Nation, Jones had the opportunity to start after a season-ending injury to Kampman who then left in free agency. He played solidly, not incredibly, but Cheesehead Nation appears to have been a career starter.

So, for 2009, the Cheesehead Bump has approximately a 58.3% success rate. Not statistically significant. At least we're not hurting anyone. Maybe we just need another season full of awesome Packer special guests to find out for sure. Or maybe the Bump just brings out the ability in those who already have the potential to be awesome.

cheese5's picture

shootz- you R Brilliant. That's excellent analysis.:)

John's picture

Will I be able to access the show after it has been broadcast? Gonna miss it live.

packeraaron's picture

Of course - we'll have posts here and the audio up on iTunes

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