The guys talk Playoff chances, whether the pass rush is for real, and if we’re at a point in Rodgers career where the Packers need to rely on the running game.
The guys hand out some mid-season awards and discuss whether the Packers are still in the hunt this season.
The guys talk trades, both Montgomery and Haha Clinton Dix, and whether there was a moral victory won on Sunday.
The guys discuss Mac’s comments on running the ball, potential trade deadline deals, and the return of Randall Cobb and Geronimo Allison.
Jon and Brian go through all the changes needed for the Packers to turn things around this off season, and discuss which coaches and front office staff should be on the hot seat as the 2017 season comes to an end!
Dusty and Brian play a little catch up responding to your twitter questions. They address Brett Hundley’s future, what should happen to the coaching staff if the Packers miss the playoffs, and how high their “panic meter” is after recent results.
Dusty and Jordan tackle a few twitter questions, breaking down a disappointing season, what might change this off season, and just how many faults are covered up by Aaron Rodgers.
Brian and Dusty get together and vent their frustrations after the Monday Night Football debacle. They discuss whether there’s any defending Dom Capers anymore, who could potentially replace him, and how much talent there is on the defense. Twitter questions also lead them to discuss Mike McCarthy and his offense. Has it become too predictable? What can be done to inject some life?
Brian is joined by Pack to the Future film writer and high school defensive coordinator Ben Clubb, a huge admirer of Dom Capers and his defensive scheme. Brian throws some Packer stats and defensive issues at Ben, who does his best to convince everyone that Dom isn’t so bad after all.
Jon and dusty team up for this week’s mini episode. Dusty gives an update on his home construction and which Packer Dusty might name his second child after. Then they field your twitter questions to cover whether the Packers are capable of winning games without Aaron Rodgers and the minimum number of wins to label Brett Hundley’s season as successful.