In the second hour of the Bears pregame show, Mike Mulligan, Olin Kreutz and Patrick Mannelly discussed how Chicago can slow down Green Bay star receiver Davante Adams. After that, WBBM sideline reporter Mark Grote joined the show to share the inactives list. Later, Kreutz and Mannelly shared their thoughts on Packers coach Matt LaFleur's work and leadership. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The San Francisco Giants' season came to an end Thursday night thanks in large-part to a controversial – and by controversial we mean terrible - check swing strike call on former Met, Wilmer Flores, the Bucs win but fail to cover the 6.5 points they were giving, the Rangers could have done a better job honoring Rod Gilbert, Boomer has some interesting advice for Aaron Boone after the Yankees coaching staff purge included Phil Nevin – who is one of Boone's best friends, speaking of interesting then we heard from Jerry Recco as his update segment hit it's mark, a familiar face showed up on Thursday Night Football, Matt LaFleur says ‘stats are for losers', Tony ‘the psychic' may have been on to something, Gio has come to grips with his attraction to meat, belly fat vs. football, dressing to impress and so much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Triple Zeros: Are Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers paper tigers? Their win over the Philadelphia Eagles wasn't that convincing. Jon Gruden resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders and Adam Schefter caught a stray, but nothing on the Washington Football Team. Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur dropped a quote that got a lot of fanfare but it was just the second-best quote this week. And of course, NFL Week 6 picks! Things switch over to the NBA as Ben Simmons has arrived in Philly, but does he intend on being a good soldier for the 76ers? Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving went live on Instagram to clear the air. He did not and still win not play until further notice. Plus, Dwayne Wade's son Zaire signs with the Jazz's G-League affiliate and opening night picks! Last Word on Pro Football Pippen Ain't Easy Soaring Down South Follow the show on Facebook and Twitter (@3ZerosPod, @JoshGBuck, @ClockerSports) and visit ClockerSport.com today! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/triplezeros/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/triplezeros/support
Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Homer & Tony with the latest from titletown, on Matt Lafleur's approach to statistics, the status of starting offensive linemen Elgton Jenkins and Josh Myers for Sunday and could the Packers be even thinner in the secondary against the Bears?
The Wendy's Big Show, Hour 3: Part owner of the Milwaukee Brewers and Owner of the Milwaukee Admirals Harris Turer joins the program to discuss the Brewers end to their season and the Admirals start to theirs. Then, Matt LaFleur said the stats are for losers but the numbers for the Packers on both side of the ball in the redzone have been ROUGH. Which has been worse: Green Bay's redzone defense or their redzone offense? LeRoy, Gary, and Sparkly debate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fans chime in doing their best to help Tausch figure out his water bottle situation. Is MVS right about the Packers having the best offensive Big 3 in the NFL? Matt LaFleur still has nightmares about Soldier Field from two years ago? And the return of a Wilde & Tausch classic: Spooky or Flukey!
Packers head coach Matt LaFleur encouraged Jason to "do his own research" into what went wrong with Mason Crosby's missed field goals in Cincinnati. So, he did! Jason shares his observations from watching the tape on the Packers special teams miscues. Also, Wilde & Tausch Trivia; and The Badgers Outsider presented by PDS returns for his weekly appearance.
How would you grade the Packers defense so far? It sounds like Matt LaFleur has them trending in an extremely positive direction, but Gabe & Chewy aren't so sure. Jason Wilde joins. We now have proof of the most incorrect way to cut a sandwich. And, why on Earth does Vermont get it's own day??
Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Homer & Tony with the latest from titletown, is Mason Crosby lucky, on Matt LaFleur's in-game decision making, on adjusting expectations for the team, on the offensive line causing issues in the red zone, and the issues with the red zone defense.
The Chiefs fall again, this time on Sunday Night Football. Jenny, Conor and Gary run down how it's going wrong for K.C., from the defense's disappearing stars to the offense's lack of patience. But also, a look at how the Bills finally got their white whale, scoring a convincing road win in the elements. Then, a discussion of the undeniably beautiful game between the Chargers and the Browns, in which Justin Herbert continued to establish himself as an MVP favorite, and the undeniably not-as-beautiful game between the Cardinals and the 49ers, in which you start to wonder how much longer Kyler Murray can be a superhero and exactly what we should have expected from Trey Lance in his first career start. The Giants limp into Dallas and... well, limp out of Dallas, the Bears win ugly in Vegas, another one for the Urban Meyer lowlight reel with the most bizarre challenge in recent memory, whether the Steelers can repeat Sunday's impressive offensive performance, the Patriots and the Texans get weird, Matt LaFleur makes things interesting by taking the ball out of Aaron Rodgers's hands, and much more! Have a question for the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet at @GGramling_SI, @JennyVrentas or @ConorOrr Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
What is up with Matt LaFleur talking about his team's pee needing to be hot? What does that even mean? The boys discuss that and ask Jason Wilde and Craig Karmazin why one might say that. Plus, we've gotta get Gabe a fluffernutter sandwich.
Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Homer & Tony with the latest from titletown, any update on Jaire Alexander's injury, how good are the Cincinnati Bengals, will they be a test for the Packers and is Matt LaFleur and the Packers secretive when it comes to players injuries.
Matt LaFleur may not have been very truthful when expressing his hope for Za'Darius Smith to return from Injured Reserve this season. Will Z ever suit up for the Packers again? Also, a round of Twitter Trash or Twitter Treasure presented by Waste Management. Plus, Whoa Nelly! asking about mini golf and fruit.
Matt LaFleur had nice things to say about Ben Roethlisberger...will we after this game? Also, Dan Zangrilli checks in for an update on the high school football coverage tonight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys begin to look ahead at how the Packers match up with the Steelers this weekend at Lambeau Field. Is Ben Roethlisberger a cautionary tale of how teams hang on to Hall Of Fame quarterbacks too long? Also, a round of Did You Hear This? featuring Matt LaFleur on 620 WTMJ. Wilde & Tausch Trivia asks about famous people named Devin that are NOT Devin Williams. And Tausch reminisces about Ponderosa and Big Boy?
On today's edition of The Daily Tap, Charlie talks about why the San Francisco win was so important for Matt LaFleur's career and why it showed true growth as a coach (0-12 minutes). Charlie also talks about the Packers' defense getting to eat against the struggling Pittsburgh offense (12-23 minutes). How the Milwaukee Bucks look like the team from last year and have the least amount of question marks to start the season (23-34 minutes).
Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Scalzo & Brust to discuss the Green & Gold's big win over the 49ers, who did the win mean more to Aaron Rodgers or Matt LaFleur, is this team closer to the 2019 or 2020 version of the Pack and can this teams defense be fixed?
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 win a thrilling game on Sunday Night Football over the San Francisco 49ers. The guys share their reactions to the win, what the emotional nature of the result could mean for the rest of this season, positives and negatives from the game, and what to make of that brief handshake between Matt LaFleur and Kyle Shanahan.
The conversation about lying continues as we try to determine Matt LaFLeur's deal with Kyle Shanahan. Are the Packers "legit" like Aaron Rodgers says? Jen & Gabe dive into that question and also get made uncomfortable by the word 'aberration'. Mason Crosby is clutch AF. Mark Tauscher talks Packers and lying.
David, Matt, and Dennis discuss the Niners returning home 2-0. The emotional uplift from being back home for the 49ers. The Niners will have to get creative on offense. The likely chance of the Niners sixth string running back getting the start. Will we see Trey Lance in Week 3? How Aaron Rodgers has never beaten a winning Niners team. Can the Niners make the Packers pay on the ground? The Packers will be without their top push rusher. And the rumored beef between coach Kyle Shanahan and Packers head coach Matt LaFleur. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host Sterling Bennett is joined by All49ers on Sports Illustrated's Nick Newman to preview the San Francisco 49ers Sunday Night Football debut vs. Green Bay Packers including which offense we will see on Sunday, expectations for Jimmy Garoppolo and George Kittle in primetime, and Deebo Samuel's comments on possibly playing running back. Also, who should be tasked with guarding Davante Adams, history not being on Aaron Rodger's side against the Niners, and will DeMeco Ryans deploy an aggressive form of defense to stop the homerun play. Later, if Sunday can be Brandon Aiyuk's coming out party and the new developing drama between Kyle Shanahan and Matt LaFleur. Don't forget to Like, Share, Subscribe and Leave a Review! Follow us on Twitter @49ers_Access Follow us on Instagram @49ers.Access Follow Nick on Twitter @NinersNick_22 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/49ersaccess/support
In today's episode, Packers coach Matt LaFleur gives his scouting reports on Nick Bosa and Fred Warner, and Richard Sherman tells Doug Farrar why he deserves another shot in the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Does this make sense to be a week for Kevin King to remain in the slot? The Packers seem to think so. Plus, how will Green Bay handle Elgton Jenkins' injury if he can't go, how can Matt LaFleur punch back when his teams take an early shot and more of your questions ahead of Week 3. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What do the San Francisco 49ers need to do Sunday night to defeat the Green Bay Packers in Week 3? NFL Network's Nike Silver outlined some hard feelings between head coaches Kyle Shanahan and Matt LaFleur involving an attempt to trade for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Niners offensive coordinator Mike McDaniels spoke about the need to throw outside the numbers this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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.
00:00 Did Aaron Rodgers make up for the drama with his 4 TD game? 15:12 How should we feel about the Cowboys? 26:57 How big of a mistake are the Bears making sticking with Dalton? 39:54 Did Aaron Rodgers and the Packers remove all doubt? 51:25 Did the Chiefs get exposed in the loss to the Ravens? 1:01:15 NFL Week 2 Winners & Losers 1:10:26 Are the Ravens your AFC favorites? 1:20:25 Worried about the Seahawks? 1:26:04 Read anything into Matt LaFleur's latest comments? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Wendy's Big Show, Hour 3: Matt LaFleur said postgame that he had to go to defensive coordinator Joe Barry and tell him what he needed to do differently. How bothered are you that Matt LaFleur jad to help fix the defense in the second half? LeRoy, Gary, and Sparky debate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Wendy's Big Show, Hour 1: The Packers beat the Lions on Monday Night Football 35-17. While they did get a win, there are still plenty of questions about this team. What is your biggest takeaway from the Packers' win over the Lions? LeRoy, Gary, and Sparky give their thoughts. Former NFL OL and Audacy Sports NFL Insider Ross Tucker joined the show to recap the Packers big win over the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football. Tucker spoke about Matt LaFleur's need for control which may have led to Mike Pettine being let go and Joe Barry being called in to replace him. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former NFL OL and Audacy Sports NFL Insider Ross Tucker joined the show to recap the Packers big win over the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football. Tucker spoke about Matt LaFleur's need for control which may have led to Mike Pettine being let go and Joe Barry being called in to replace him. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Wendy's Big Show, Hour 4: After Green Bay was embarrassed by the Saint on Sunday, some are questioning whether or not we saw Matt LaFleur's offense or something else as the Packers scored only 3 points in the game. Is it possible the NFL has caught up to Rodgers and LaFleur? LeRoy, Gary, and Sparky debate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Wendy's Big Show, Hour 1: The Packers were dismantled by the Saints in a 38-3 loss on Sunday. In the third year of Matt LaFleur's tenure in Green Bay and several other teams in the NFL running similar offenses… Do you believe the NFL has caught up to LaFleur and Rodgers' offense? Gary and Sparky debate. Then, we go inside the film room with Ben Fennell from the NFL Network and NFL on CBS. Fennell recaps Packers vs. Saints, previews Packers vs Lions, and criticizes Darnell Savage See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As we continue to reel from Sunday's Packers loss, Chewy tells the crew about his weekend with Chernobyl Corn. Jason Wilde joins the show. Who deserves more of the blame for the loss? Matt LaFleur seems to be taking a lot of heat. Nicki Minaj and her cousin may be getting some bad information.
Ramie Show 4PM: Was yesterday's Packers loss just one bad game, like Aaron Rodgers said, or was it an embarrassment like Matt LaFleur said? Plus, host of the the Pella Windows and Doors of Wisconsin Post Game Show, driven by the Legendary Great Lakes Dragaway in Union Grove and Fantasy Football Weekly, Tim Allen joins the Ramie Show to recap a historic weekend for the Brewers and do another edition of "Draft Mockery." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's word of the day is ‘badly' as in we played bad, you played bad, everyone is playing bad! As in the Green Bay Packers got smoked the New Orleans Saints and new starter Jameis Winston — So what happened? Matt LaFleur said the team was embarrassed — Aaron Rodgers said they all played bad. Uh oh. — A quick talk about the WFT sewage water disaster in Washington, that wasn't sewage water — back to the Packers. (9:30) Trevor Bauer's season is over. Trevor Bauer's postseason is over. Is Trevor Bauer's career over? (18:55) Blue Jays pitcher Robbie Ray got into a verbal altercation after Orioles manager Brandon Hyde was caught on camera cursing at him. This happens way more than you notice. What should be done? (27:20) Review: Epicenter (32:20) NPPOD - Lindor accuses Yankees, but doesn't accuse Yankees of stealing signs. (35:34) Urban Meyer is a nightmare for Jacksonville. A report came pregame that said Meyer has been a disaster for coaches and players. (39:20) Max Scherzer becomes Mr. 3K. 3,000 career strikeouts. He has been lights out for the Dodgers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris Lempesis is back to break down Green Bay's 38-3 blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints in the season opener on Sunday in Jacksonville, Florida. He rips the defense for its shoddy performance, particularly against the run, but also the front office for failing to address some key areas this offseason. He was not at all happy with the showing from Aaron Rodgers and the offensive game plan also left him shaking his head. He tells you why the overall performance is very troubling to him and, lastly, he takes questions received from listeners via Twitter and email. You can follow Chris on twitter at LempsMKE (@ItsJustChrisNow) LempsTalkingPack is a part of the Packers Talk family of podcasts, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans. Follow Packers Talk on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes
Fans continue to share bold predictions for the Packers 2021 season. Jesse has mixed feelings with how Aaron Rodgers talks about his relationship with Matt LaFleur? Plus a round of Did You Hear This? and Davante Adams making a big statement with a short answer to a question from the media.
Cynthia Frelund from the NFL Network joined the program to talk Aaron Rodgers' future in Green Bay, the analytics behind Matt LaFleur going for a field goal in the NFC Championship game, and LaFleur's coaching philosophy compared to Mike McCarthy's. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Wendy's Big Show, Hour 2: Matt LaFleur implied in the press conference yesterday that Royce Newman at guard alongside Josh Myers at center. How concerned are you about 2 rookies starting on the Packers offensive line? LeRoy, Gary, and Sparky debate. Then, Cynthia Frelund from the NFL Network joined the program to talk Aaron Rodgers' future in Green Bay, the analytics behind Matt LaFleur going for a field goal in the NFC Championship game, and LaFleur's coaching philosophy compared to Mike McCarthy's. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys both got shouted out by Al Harris in his acceptance speech as he and Charles Woodson were inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame. The guys share stories from their trip up to the ceremony in Green Bay, including asking if Matt LaFleur would be a great coach without Aaron Rodgers as his quarterback. Also, a round of Need It Or Don't Need It? presented by Fleet Farm to get ready for the opening weekend of college football.
X's and O's guru Ben Fennell joins the show to talk about what he's doing in Jordan Love's development, where he's succeeding and where he has to get better. We talk about how Matt LaFleur and Aaron Rodgers and can push this offense forward, plus who is set to star in a revamped defense? Plus, we open the show talking about the mechanics of final cuts and the options of Packers-Saints can't be played in New Orleans. Subscribe to The Leap at theleap.substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ferrall talks about Patriots looming QB decision, DeShaun Watson trade rumors, Jaguars trade Gardner Minshew to Eagles, Josh Allen shines in final preseason game, Matt LaFleur happy with Jordan Love, 49ers considering QB rotation, JK Dobbins tears ACL, Justin Fields has another strong showing, Colts dealing with multiple injuries and COVID outbreak, Texans trade Shaq Lawson to Jets, Aaron Boone not worried about loss to As, JT Realmuto dealing with ankle injury, Javy Baez calls out fans, Braves have work to do, Shohei Ohtani reaches 40 HRs & 20 SBs, Week 0 recap, Patrick Cantlay defeats Bryson DeChambaeu in playoffs, Jake Paul defeats Tyron Woodley and more!
Ferrall talks about Patriots looming QB decision, DeShaun Watson trade rumors, Jaguars trade Gardner Minshew to Eagles, Josh Allen shines in final preseason game, Matt LaFleur happy with Jordan Love, 49ers considering QB rotation, JK Dobbins tears ACL, Justin Fields has another strong showing, Colts dealing with multiple injuries and COVID outbreak, Texans trade Shaq Lawson to Jets, Aaron Boone not worried about loss to As, JT Realmuto dealing with ankle injury, Javy Baez calls out fans, Braves have work to do, Shohei Ohtani reaches 40 HRs & 20 SBs, Week 0 recap, Patrick Cantlay defeats Bryson DeChambaeu in playoffs, Jake Paul defeats Tyron Woodley and more! Plus, Cousin Sal is breaking down his betting slips, and Zach Krantz is talking about everything going on with the Dolphins and Canes!
America's guest is back which means everyone's favorite bit is also back. The Leap's Jason Hirschhorn returns to the show to play Matt LaFleur as he and Peter Bukowski, playing the part of Brian Gutekunst, try to put together the 53-man roster as close to how they think it will actually play out. Subscribe to The Leap at TheLeap.Substack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices