Episode 10 - What's The Best Soundbite in Packers History?
Jon Meerdink and Gary Zilavy discuss Jordy Nelson’s performance against the Vikings last week and whether the defense truly went against coach Mike Zimmer’s wishes [00:45]. We reflect back on just how dominant Bart Starr was during his legendary career [06:40] and break down the many scenarios on how Green Bay can make the playoffs [10:30]. Is Rodgers’ “run the table” comment the best soundbite in Packers history? [16:46]
The Vikings Had a Mutiny on Sunday… Maybe?
- Vikings' Mike Zimmer, players say 'miscommunication', not mutiny, at root of issues vs. Packers
- Vikings launch damage control over defensive back mutiny
- Xavier Rhodes says Vikings had a miscommunication, not a mutiny
Starr’s career postseason quarterback rating of 104.8 remains No. 1 all time, according to Pro Football Reference. For comparison’s sake, Aaron Rodgers is No. 5 at 98.2, Joe Montana is No. 6 at 95.6, Tom Brady is No. 15 at 88.0 and Brett Favre is No. 18 at 86.3.
GB beats DET
Packers get in on NFC NORTH CHAMPIONSHIP
GB loses to DET
WAS loses to NYG
TB loses to CAR
Packers get in on STRENGTH OF VICTORY tiebreaker
GB ties with DET
Packers get in on NFC NORTH CHAMPIONSHIP due to previous win over DET
Detroit also gets in for reasons
GB beats DET
SEA loses to SF (2-13)
Packers get in as NFC NORTH CHAMPIONSHIP, 3 seed in NFC Playoffs
Main Topic: What's the best soundbite in Packers history? [16:46]
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