Host Tom Silverstein and Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and http://PackersNews.com keep fans up to date with news and analysis on the team.
Green 19 Podcast: Previewing the Packers early season NFC North showdown with the Lions; can Jordan Love defeat this Lions defense and do the Packers have enough to stop Jared Goff?
The Green Bay Packers have an early season showdown for control in the NFC North, when they face the Detroit Lions on Thursday night. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to preview the matchup. They look at what Jordan Love has done without his top two playmakers so far and what he could possibly continue to do versus the Lions. They'll predict whether or not Brian Branch will make the Packers regret not drafting him and what this Packers run game could look like in coming weeks. They also breakdown the best way for the Packers defense to stop the Lions potent offense behind Jared Goff, Amon-Ra St. Brown and the Detroit running game. Finally, they'll take a look at the depth on the Packers special teams and share which celebrity they'd invite to a game, a la Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift.
After Further Review: Breaking down the Packers Week 3 win over the Saints
On this mini-episode of the Green 19 Podcast, Pete Dougherty and Eric Baranczyk bring you "After Further Review." They'll break down the biggest moments and players that stood out after watching the tape of the Packers Week 3 win versus the New Orleans Saints.
Green 19 Podcast: The Packers mount a 4th quarter comeback in Love's Lambeau debut and defense flips their switch behind Gary
The Green Bay Packers overcame a 17-point deficit in the fourth quarter to complete a comeback against the New Orleans Saints. Jordan Love, in his Lambeau debut, didn't play clean but played inspired, willing the offense in the fourth. And the defense followed Rashan Gary's hat trick to shut out the Saints in the second half. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to break down Love's day, without Aaron Jones and Christian Watson, plus the best and worst moments on defense. They also take a look at some shifts on special teams and debate when the Packers might get back their injured playmakers.
Green 19 Podcast: Previewing the Packers vs. Saints, how Green Bay's pass rush can get after Derek Carr, can Packers afford another week without Jones and Watson
The Green Bay Packers are ready to open their home slate on Sunday, hosting the New Orleans Saints. It will be the first home start for Jordan Love in Lambeau Field. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to dissect Love's first two weeks and who he's shown already, from unique arm angles to spreading the ball around and more. The trio also provides updates on Aaron Jones, Christian Watson, David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins, asking how long the offense can survive without any or all of the four stars. They then look at the quick progressions of Dontayvion Wicks and break down how the defense might be set up for a better game against Derek Carr and the Saints offense, than they were against the Falcons run game.
After Further Review: Breaking down the Packers loss to the Falcons
The After Further Review podcast with Pete Dougherty and Eric Baranczyk takes a look at the film and breaks down the Green Bay Packers Week 2 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
Green 19 Podcast: Packers suffer fourth quarter collapse in loss to the Falcons. Run defense breaks down and offense stalls as Packers lose 25-24
The Green Bay Packers (1-1) suffered their first loss of the season, a 25-24 late heartbreaker in Atlanta, to the Falcons. Host Kassidy Hill is joined by reporters Tom Silverstein and Ryan Wood to break down the loss. From the fourth quarter collapse, to the unadjusted defense, they walk through the ways Bijan Robinson and Tyler Allgeier shredded the Packers on the ground. Then they evaluate Jordan Love's day, particularly in connection with his rookie receivers, and offer opinions on what the Packers run game can offered with Aaron Jones out in Atlanta. They'll also take a look a the offensive line without David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins. Finally, they'll share why they don't think this loss will be detrimental to the Packers.
A Lot of Good Packers Info
A lot of good Packers info, but Tom and Ryan don’t really seem to want to be on the podcast. Kassidy is pleasant and does her best to keep things positive and lively.
Upon Further Review
Who is the nervous one tapping on the mic stand like a tom-tom. Come on guys! 5 yards and a loss of down.
Submarine on Lake Winnegabo Part 3
The most recent episode Aug 23 is their best ever. I really like Tom’s insight and nuanced understanding of the team. Ryan needs to work on is fear of microphones (microphone-a-phobia?) he might never overcome it. Can’t hear Hal of what he says.