Dec 11, 2011; Green Bay, WI, USA; General view of the Green Bay Packers logo at midfield at Lambeau Field before the game against the Oakland Raiders. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-USA TODAY Sports

Green Bay Packers predictions, injuries, signings and much more on podcast




The Green Bay Packers will play host to the Cleveland Browns this coming Sunday, and while our predictions for that game were part of this morning’s podcast, it was the last thing we talked about.

I joined in with intern and writer Dan Turczynski and host Davey Miller for today’s show where we spent a lot of time talking about what transpired in the Packers vs. Ravens game last Sunday: The injuries to key players, the linebacking situation, the running offense, the rush defense and much more.

In addition, we took a look at the NFC, the top teams with which to be reckoned and who we feel might be emerging as the best teams within the division.

Each Tuesday starting at 8:30 a.m. CDT, our panel of staffers from spend 30 minutes together talking everything related to the Green Bay Packers. In  addition to taking a look back at the previous weekend’s games, we talk about all the pertinent, timely news surrounding the team. And if that’s not enough, we spend the back end of the show looking ahead at what’s to come – not only with possible personnel changes with the team, but what we expect from the Packers’ next opponent.

While I won’t spoil the predictions (you will have to listen to the program for that), I will tell you that the three of us had the ending the same, but we all arrived at our prediction differently.

That’s why programs like this are always fun to listen to … you get the live perceptions of staffers from our site and you will find a nice chemistry among our team, as well.

So give us a listen. If you missed today’s live broadcast, that doesn’t matter. You can log on at any time to to find all of our archived broadcasts.



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