The Packers travel to Houston to take on the Texans at 1 p.m. ET. The Texans are 1-5 on the season, but I would not look into their record too much as they have lost to the Chiefs, Ravens, Steelers and Titans, which are four of the top teams in the AFC. The Packers on the other hand are looking to bounce back from the drubbing they took in Tampa Bay last week. The Packers will … [Read more...] about Week 7: Packers vs Houston Preview
…Hey. Let it all out, Packer fans, this is a safe place. Last week was a tough bid. I was hurt. I avoided reading about it all week because I’m just going to act like it didn’t happen. So don’t ask me about the game last week. I have no idea what you’re talking about. So let’s talk about something else rather than the things we can no longer control. No need to … [Read more...] about Houston, but Hopefully no Problems.
In the NFC Divisional Playoff game between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers last year, you may remember the Packers held a 21-3 lead going into halftime. The Packers made key plays down the stretch and ultimately won the game 28-23, despite the Seahawks furious comeback and outscoring the Packers 20-7 in the second half of that game. The reason I bring this up is … [Read more...] about Deshaun Watson poises Texas sized challenge for Packers Defense
Dictating Defenses Dominate. The Packers defense did in 2019 and finished in the top 10 in scoring defense for the first time since 2010. Za’Darius and Preston Smith wreaked havoc on QBs, and the secondary full of (what seemed like) rising stars forced the third most interceptions (17). The #Packers defense had 17 interceptions in 2019, tied for third-most in the … [Read more...] about D-Train needs to find the tracks in 2020.
Gil and J.J. perform a post-mortem on the Tampa Bay massacre… who’s to blame for what happened (besides Gil for not wearing his lucky socks) and can the Pack carry any positives away from this game into the rest of their season? In the Matt LaFleur era, blowout losses like this – mixed in with a lot of winning – are becoming too common, why is that? We also have fun … [Read more...] about No Huddle Radio #5: Yikes… Let’s Move On to Houston
Chris and Dave look forward to the Packers game with the Houston Texans on Sunday, as well as a deep dive into the betting lines and a rousing conversation about everything going on in the NFL and the world today. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/packerstherapyPayPal: Packerstherapy@yahoo.com Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy is the longest-running … [Read more...] about Packers Therapy #367: Betting Lines and Pop Culture
Green Bay fell, in overwhelming fashion, to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, 38-10, in a game that was one-sided (favoring GB) to start but quickly shifted to the other side. And while losing a game is never something a team sets out to accomplish, this loss certainly has its silver lining attached to it. Aaron Rodgers and the offense looked absolutely like a shell of the … [Read more...] about 3 things for Green Bay to work on in Week 7
Like a car accident, we knew we probably shouldn’t be watching, but we couldn’t look away from the screen as the Green Bay Packers laid a huge egg in a loss to Tampa Bay and Tom Brady. Aaron Rodgers looked off. The defense looked off. The offensive line looked off. EVERYTHING looked off. So, where do we go from here? Well, the Cheesehead Radio gang may not have all of the … [Read more...] about Cheesehead Radio: More Questions Than Answers
Chris and Dave discuss the horrendous performance displayed by the Packers on Sunday against Tompa Bay. Are they still a confident bet to make the postseason? Regardless, it didn’t do Rodgers any favors in the neverending QB GOAT discussion. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/packerstherapyPayPal: Packerstherapy@yahoo.com Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy … [Read more...] about Packers Therapy #366: Angry & Nonplussed