The Ahman Green Show: 9/21/18

Joe & Ebo are joined by Ahman Green from 7:30a to 8:00a every Friday to discuss the Green Bay Packers. He will be sharing his insight on the Green and Gold by helping breakdown games from the point of view of a former player.

 

Segment 1: A breakdown of the Packers/Vikings game and the Clay Matthews hit. (0:00)

Segment 2: How will Aaron Jones acclimate to his role in the Packers backfield? and Ahman tells a Ron Wolf story. (14:48)

The Armchair Quarterbacks 9/20/18

Listen to our very own Joe Miller and Rob Reischel of BobMcGinnFootball and Forbes every Thursday night from 5 to 5:30pm as these “Armchair Quarterbacks” breakdown the Green Bay Packers week by week!

Segment 1: The duo reflect on the Packers/Vikings tie and the roughing the passer call on Clay Matthews.

Segment 2: Rob gives his thoughts on Rodgers’ injury as well as the running back situation with Aaron Jones’ return from suspension.

Segment 3: The guy preview the upcoming game between the Green Bay Packers and the Washington Redskins.

The Joe & Ebo Experience: Wisconsin Sports Heartbreak

The Guys Recap a Bad Weekend (0:00)

Callers Weigh In on the Packers Tie (10:35)

Badger Insider RJ Talks Badgers Game Plan (30:11)

RJ Stays to Compare This Badgers Team to Past Teams (36:41)

Tex Western Gives His Take on the Packers/Vikings Game (47:34)

Joe & Nelson Try to Pick the Best of the Weekend (57:15)

 

The Ahman Green Show: 9/14/18

Joe & Ebo are joined by Ahman Green from 7:30a to 8:00a every Friday to discuss the Green Bay Packers. He will be sharing his insight on the Green and Gold by helping breakdown games from the point of view of a former player.

 

Segment 1: Ahman Green recaps what he saw from the stands  at the Packers/Bears game and also comments on his jersey policy as a professional athlete.

Segment 2: Ahman breaks down which team is better between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers with a healthy Aaron Rodgers. He also explains what it’s like to play with a Rodger’s like injury and Brett Favre’s toughness.

The Armchair Quarterbacks 9/13/18

Listen to our very own Joe Miller and Rob Reischel of BobMcGinnFootball and Forbes every Thursday night from 5 to 5:30pm as these “Armchair Quarterbacks” breakdown the Green Bay Packers week by week!

Segment 1: Joe and Rob recap last week’s game against the Chicago Bears and Aaron Rodger’s epic performance.

Segment 2: The guys debate whether or not Rodgers should play this weekend.

Segment 3: The duo breaks down the upcoming Packers/Vikings game and gives their predictions.

Green Bay OLB Datone Jones signs with the Minnesota Vikings

The Green Bay Packers have lost another one of their free agents.

ESPN’s Adam Shefter was the first toe report that outside linebacker Datone Jones has signed with the Minnesota Vikings.

Jones, a first-round pick in 2013, played defensive end for the first few years of his career before moving to outside linebacker. He finished his career with nine sacks, two forced fumbles and one interception.

The NFL Network reported the contract Jones got with the Vikings is a one-year, $3.75 million deal that could reach $5 million with incentives.

With Jones now gone, the Packers have lost/let walk six unrestricted free agents — guard T.J. Lang (Lions), safety Micah Hyde (Bills), center J.C. Tretter (Browns), running back Eddie Lacy (Seahawks), outside linebacker Julius Peppers (Panthers).

Vikings rule running back Adrian Peterson out for Sunday’s game.

The Green Bay Packers won’t have to face Adrian Peterson on Saturday.

Minnesota ruled out the former All-Pro running back with a groin injury suffered last week against Indianapolis, his first game back since undergoing knee surgery in September. If Peterson’s season is done, he will have gained 72 yards on 37 carries – a per carry average of just 1.9 yards.

Without Peterson in the lineup, the Vikings will likely have to turn to Jerrick McKinnon and Matt Asiata to move the ball on the ground against the Packers. That pair has combined for 754 yards and 7 touchdowns this season.

Peterson has been a Packers killer for much of his career. He’s rushed for more yards against Green Bay in his career than any other team, going for 1,779 yards in 17 games.

Will Vikings Keep NFC North Crown?!?

By Sean ‘Snuff’ Smith  Weds. May 11, 2016 10:14 a.m. CT   
MADISON, Wisconsin  —  Due to a late season loss to their NFC North foes, Minnesota earned the Division Title.  Have the Packers done enough to reclaim it?  What other NFC Division Winners could get knocked off their perch?  Eric Rogers & I discuss: Packers welcome Team to OTAs beginning Monday May 23rd.
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