Host Tom Silverstein and Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and PackersNews.com keep fans up to date with news and analysis on the team.
At the end of his game-clinching touchdown, QB Aaron Rodgers declared to the Soldier Field crowd, "I still own you." As far as co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood are concerned it's hard to disagree. They sift through the good, the bad and the still to be determined after the Packers' 24-14 victory.
The Packers may be 4-1, but they haven't played exceptionally well and heading into a showdown with the rival Chicago Bears, they're hoping to be healthier and better in the red zone on both sides of the ball. Co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood have updates on all the injuries and explore what has to happen for the Packers to stay on a roll.
It took 68 minutes, but the Packers escaped Paul Brown Stadium with a 25-22 overtime victory in one of the strangest games they've won in a long time. Co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood try to figure out if it's a good thing the Packers are pulling out close games or it's a sign they're not clicking.
With cornerback Jaire Alexander's status still in question and other injuries depleting the roster, GM Brian Gutekunst keeps looking elsewhere for replacements. Co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood discuss how long it will take most recent addition Jaylon Smith to get acclimated and whether he'll even find a place in defensive coordinator Joe Barry's inside linebacker rotation.
After getting blown out by New Orleans in the opener, the Green Bay Packers have won three straight. Co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood have differing opinions on what the victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday meant but agree the emergence of Randall Cobb came at the right time and the injury to CB Jaire Alexander at the wrong time.
The prize for pulling off a dramatic victory over the 49ers is a meeting with a Pittsburgh Steelers team desperate to dig out of a 1-2 hole. The Packers are flying high and co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood share their thoughts on just how good the team should be feel coming off that victory.
The Green Bay Packers looked like a completely different team than the one taken to the woodshed by the New Orleans Saints in Week 1 and co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood describe what they saw Sunday night at Levi's Stadium as well as assess what the thrilling 30-28 victory means for coach Matt LaFleur and his team in the coming weeks.
The Packers' only victory against the San Francisco 49ers in the Matt LaFleur era was last year when they beat coach Kyle Shanahan's injury-depleted team handily. Both teams are at full strength now and after a 1-1 start, the Packers could use a signature performance that shows they will be contenders in the NFC. Co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood break down the match-ups, assess injuries and try to figure out if defensive coordinator Joe Barry has what it takes to slow down Shanahan's offense in this nationally televised Sunday night game at Levi's Stadium.
Co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood aren't particularly impressed with the Packers' 35-17 victory over the Detroit Lions and they explain why. But there were some things the Packers did that stand out and they assess whether they point to lasting improvement.
The listless Packers sure looked like they could have used running back Jamaal Williams' enthusiasm against New Orleans. He'll be around Monday night, but he'll be wearing a Detroit Lions uniform. Co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood address Williams' return as well as the importance of their Week 2 matchup with their NFC North foe.
In one of their worst opening losses in team history, the Packers looked like they were coming off a 4-12 season, not back-to-back NFC Championship games. Co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood try to explain all the things that went wrong in the team's 38-3 loss to the New Orleans Saints and figure out where they go from here.
As the Green Bay Packers prepare to open the season against the New Orleans Saints in Jacksonville, co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood analyze everything from the oppressive heat the two teams will face to what new defensive coordinator Joe Barry's defense might look like in this episode of the Green 19 podcast.
The Packers are a very healthy team going into their season opener against the New Orleans Saints, but one player whose status remains up in the air is OLB Za'Darius Smith. He returned to practice Monday and co-hosts Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood offer their takes on whether he'll play and how the Packers are approaching their trip to Jacksonville.
The Green Bay Packers will have to be at the 53-man roster limit at 3 p.m. Tuesday and we take one last look at some of the decisions they'll need to make. We also say farewell to Olivia, who is moving on to greener pastures - and a different sport -- after a sterling tour at PackersNews.
The final preseason game is here and hosts Olivia Reiner, Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood identify players they'll be watching when the Green Bay Packers play the Buffalo Bills Saturday, just 72 hours before all NFL teams must cut their rosters to 53.
Wearing lucky No. 7, free agent quarterback Kurt Benkert raised eyebrows with a strong performance against the New York Jets in Week 2. Was it a mirage or is he an NFL QB? Olivia Reiner, Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood of PackersNews.com debate the future of the young quarterback.
Packers coach Matt LaFleur doesn't want to risk further injury to quarterback Jordan Love's right shoulder, so he sat him out of joint practices with the New York Jets and will probably sit him out against the Jets Saturday afternoon. Ryan Wood joins co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein in assessing what the missed snaps might mean for Love.
The Packers learned a lot about QB Jordan Love in their first exhibition game, but they might not see him on the field again for a week due to a right shoulder injury he suffered on a first-half sack against the Houston Texans. Co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein welcome Ryan Wood and the three share thoughts on Love and other notable performances.
The Green Bay Packers open the exhibition season Saturday night against the Houston Texans at Lambeau Field and while most of the attention will be on QB Jordan Love, co-hosts Tom Silverstein, Olivia Reiner and Ryan Wood identify some other players who will be worth watching.
The dust has settled since the Aaron Rodgers press conference and training camp is underway. Host Tom Silverstein and special guest Ryan Wood assess where things stand with the Packers and Rodgers and how the first week of practice has gone.
The Packers just completed a three-day minicamp in which Jordan Love replaced holdout quarterback Aaron Rodgers and there was a lot to see. Co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein cover Love's performance, the prospect of Rodgers returning and other hot topics coming out of the mandatory camp held at Clarke Hinkle Field.
After the fifth day of Packers OTAs, co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Ryan Wood discuss their very early observations of second-year quarterback Jordan Love and his comfort level in head coach Matt LaFleur's offense. Plus, answering listener questions about the offseason program, from offensive line combinations without left tackle David Bakhtiari to the new defensive scheme under Joe Barry.
The Green Bay Packers began Phase 3 of the offseason program this week, starting with voluntary organized team activities. Hosts Olivia Reiner and Ryan Wood discuss who was in attendance, who wasn't and why it matters. Plus, a discussion about Aaron Rodgers' appearance on ESPN's SportsCenter and an analysis of his comments to Kenny Mayne.
The 2021 schedule is out, but the starting quarterbacks for the Week 1 matchup between the Packers and Saints is a mystery. It's just one unknown in what appears to be a challenging slate of games for the defending NFC North champions and co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein take a closer look as well as discuss what's knew with Aaron Rodgers and why the Packers signed quarterback Blake Bortles.
The weekend was filled with Aaron Rodgers drama, but when it was over, the Green Bay Packers had added nine picks in the NFL Draft. Co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein address what's next with Rodgers and explain what GM Brian Gutekunst tried to accomplish with this draft class. Aaron Rodgers situation - 01:19 Draft recap and analysis - 29:50
The second day of the 2021 NFL draft is over and the Packers assured themselves they'll have at least one Rodgers on the roster. Co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein have some new thoughts on Aaron Rodgers and then turn their attention to center Josh Myers and receiver Amari Rodgers, the newest members of the Packers' draft class.
On a day Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst hoped to be celebrating the arrival of first-round cornerback Eric Stokes, he found himself dealing with an unhappy Aaron Rodgers, who reportedly doesn't want to play for the Packers anymore. Co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein discuss whether the relationship between Rodgers and the team can be repaired and where Gutekunst goes from here. And, oh yeah, they took Georgia cornerback Eric Stokes with the 29th pick in the 2021 draft.
The NFL draft is near and co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein break down some scenarios on how the board might fall for GM Brian Gutekunst and look at some players he might be interested in.
The NFL draft is just two weeks away and co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein start out their draft review with the positions they think the Packers will be targeting with their 10 selections. Is a cornerback needed more than an offensive tackle? An inside linebacker more than a wide receiver? A guard more than an edge rusher? Tune in to hear their thoughts.
If the off-season continues the way it has, the Green Bay Packers won't have many new veteran faces in 2021. GM Brian Gutekunst's focus in free agency is to bring back the players who helped the team get to back-to-back NFC Championship games. Co-hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein explain Gutekunst's moves and his thinking in leaving quarterback Aaron Rodgers' contract alone.
The Packers shaved off $24 million in cap charges in order to comply with the league cap and hosts Olivia Reiner and Tom Silverstein fill you in on how they did it and what they'll be able to do with the small amount of salary cap space they currently have.
The offense has rolled up 65 points and 750 yards of offense in two weeks against top-flight defenses and on Sunday the "D-Train" came alive thanks to Mitch Trubisky. Hosts Jim Owczarski and Tom Silverstein break down the Packers' 41-25 win over the Chicago Bears.