NFC North Report: Week 17 Edition

Tonight, the Week 17 edition of the NFC North Report will take place, hosted as always by MSF’s fun, football-loving quartet of Amanda Lawson, Drew Lange, Chris Callaway, and Tyler Juranovich.

It’s a special Thursday night edition of the podcast, previewing an interesting pre-playoff matchup between the Lions and Packers, in addition to taking a look at the Bears-Vikings game this weekend. Both games within the division should equal some quality entertainment and debate on the podcast.

Show details:

  • Date: Thursday, December 29th
  • Time: 6:00 CT (7:00 ET)
  • Call-in number: (858) 365-5571 (also use this number to listen to the show anywhere right from your phone)

Listen to this week’s episode of the NFC North Report using the player below:

(Note: if for some reason 6:00 rolls around and this player isn’t working, click here to listen at and please leave a comment below so we can work out any kinks. Thanks.)

Here’s the rundown for this week’s edition of the NFC North Report

Tentative Show schedule:

  • Intro
  • Recap Week 16 games
    Vikings win
    Detroit dominates
    Santa is a Packers fan
    Tyler’s take on Josh McCown
  • Pro Bowl Snubs/Why does the Pro Bowl Exist?
    Lions and Vikings with 1, Bears with 5 and Packers with 7
    Jordy Nelson
    Joe Webb
  • Preview Games (Division matchups!)
    Bears vs Vikings (Could the Vikes win?)
    Detroit vs Packers (Do Packers play to win or rest starters?)
  • Plus random shenanigans throughout

About Chris Callaway

Chris lives and works in La Crosse, Wisconsin, working primarily on-air while doing some writing as well. He is a part-owner of the Green Bay Packers, a Milwaukee Brewers die-hard, learning hockey while supporting the Minnesota Wild, and is also a fan of the Wisconsin Badgers and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Follow him on twitter @ccallaway33.


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