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Railbird Central Podcast: Packers-Vikings Primer with Tom Pelissero

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Railbird Central Podcast: Packers-Vikings Primer with Tom Pelissero

Episode 335

It's appropriate that on the occasion of Sunday's game, we bring in a former Packers and Vikings beat writer, Tom Pelissero, now of USA Today to break down Sunday's game. We touch on many topics, including the quarterback situation in Minnesota, the return of Greg Jennings to Lambeau Field, the health of Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, the injury to Packers tight end Jermichael Finley and the hopes of the Packers to qualify for the playoffs.

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Brian Carriveau is the author of "It's Just a Game: Big League Drama in Small Town America" and editor of Cheesehead TV's "Pro Football Draft Preview." To contact Brian, email [email protected].

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Pack Morris's picture

Thanks for getting these episodes online so quickly after they originally stream - I usually can't tune in until after 9. Much appreciated, Brian - such a good show.

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You bet, Pack Morris. And by the way, my apologies for not being able to stop at the tailgate before the Browns game. Next time.

Pack Morris's picture

No worries! Next time indeed. And cool of you to get Tom P. on this episode. Always valued his opinion. Well, other than him predicting the Vikings to win the division this year.

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