Tyler Herrick and Mark Oldacres breakdown and give their reactions to the Packers season ending loss to the Detroit Lions.




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GBPDAN1's picture

January 09, 2023 at 05:04 am

What a shit show that was tonight. An inexcusable loss at home to one of the worst defenses in the league. If the Packers could only score one TD against a horrible defense, I wouldn't think they would have done any better against one of the league's best on the road next week at SF.

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January 09, 2023 at 05:44 am

Give credit where credit due we had our ass kick last night in all phases and if this does not prove that changes must be made to our coach staff and upper management then get ready for the packers of the 1970’s

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NJ-RICK's picture

January 09, 2023 at 07:13 am

Out Coached, out played, and out managed... Please hire a new GM and coaches who can evaluate talent. Tired of the Packers bringing in lack luster talent/retreads from other teams. The Lions owned the Packers in the trenches... Kudos to the LIONs who had nothing to play for, their season was over before this game started. Its obvious many Packer ticket holder's felt the same way about this years team they sold their tickets to Lion fans. There was a sea of blue at Lambeau field. They knew the Packers are not a playoff team this season. Where do the Packers go from here...? They need so much, they lack talented football players. Hire a new FLOCKING GM to start.

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SinceLombardi's picture

January 09, 2023 at 07:35 am

It’s over. This is a rapidly declining team with very little in place for the future.
It’s time to part ways with both Aaron’s, a non physical O- line, a mediocre TE, and about 9 starters on defense.
Bisaccia is the only coach worth retaining. Unfortunately NOTHING will change. Mark Murphy will see to that. It is one of the few times not having an owner hurts. There is zero accountability.
Rodgers carried MLF. That’s in the past. It doesn’t take a genius to see MLF belongs in Atlanta or somewhere. He’s soft, as is his product on the field. The GM is as bad as they come. His first pick couldn’t beat out Dean Lowry. His second pick owes a few points on the Wonderlict test.
Year after year we get very little in the draft.
Is Ron Wolf still available?

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