There are plenty of great resources for Packers content around the web, however there are a few that stand above the rest.
Below is a list of Packers content we recommend you check out if you thirst for more information or entertainment centered around the team you love.
Cheesehead TV is a fabulous site that brings together a massive community of Packers fans. Aaron Nagler and Corey Behnke built something incredibly special over there. If you want a plethora of content with a team of writers with a finger on the pulse, that’s the site for you! They have too many writers we enjoy reading to shout out individually. The “Pack A Day” Podcast put out by Andy Herman is special. Content. Every. Day. And of course, we can’t not name “Packer Transplants” which is a very well produced podcast that delivers on its premise every week (equal parts fun and insightful). “Packs What She Said” is a newer podcast that is bringing it hard as hell, too.
Packers Talk puts out some great Packers podcasts each week. There are numerous shows worth listening to, especially during the season. We really enjoy the “Pulse of the Pack”. Think less hot-takes and more fan reaction-esque content.
Locked On Packers is another option as a podcast for Packers content-thirsty fans. It comes from host Peter Bukowski. We can’t say we agree with all of his takes, because we don’t, but he certainly sticks to his guns. The guests he brings on are often enjoyable, too.
Acme Packing Company is SB Nation’s Packers site and is possibly the best place for breaking Packers news. They seem to always have their finger on the trigger when a story breaks. You’ve definitely hit a breaking news link and been directed to their site before.
Lombardi Avenue is a good site to visit for Packers hot takes and for articles written with a historical lens. Raymond Rivard, one of the site’s writers (honestly not sure if he’s still with them) is a true Packers historian in our opinion. He has many archived articles on that site worth checking out. Full disclosure, I used to heavily write for FanSided back in the day.
Basaraski Productions is the absolute best YouTube channel for Packers highlights, player tributes and and all things (unofficial) Packers videos. If you want to get pumped, check out his channel. We recommend checking these out in the morning of game days, it just gets you going.
Best Twitter Follows: @PackerRanter – @MaggieJLoney – @AndyHermanNFL – @WesHod – @MichelleBruton – @AaronNagler – @coreybehnke – @BenFennell_NFL – @mattramage – @ByRyanWood – @zachkruse– @Matt_Fra_– @JeffAshGB – @PackersForTheWin – @DustyEvely
Follow all of these accounts for various reasons. Some are hilarious, some have great film breakdowns, some are Packers historians, but all have absolutely great takes.
Best Instagram Follow: @Lambeau.Leapers
This kid makes the great edits and in real-time. Breaking news? He’s probably already posted about it.
And of course, the VERY best place for Green Bay Packers information, exclusive takes, insider videos, official press releases and historical information (thanks to Packers Historian Cliff Christl’s unparalleled research) is the team’s official site: www.packers.com
Also be sure to visit: packerseverywhere.com to find Packers bars all around the country!
Books We Recommend:
America’s Quarterback: Bart Starr and the Rise of the National Football League (Keith Dunnavant, 2011)
When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi (David Maraniss, 1999)
Instant Replay: The Green Bay Diary of Jerry Kramer (Jerry Kramer and Dick Schaap, 1968)
Lombardi’s Left Side (Herb Adderley, Dave Robinson and Royce Boyles, 2012)
Gunslinger: The Remarkable, Improbable, Iconic Life of Brett Favre (Jeff Pearlman, 2016)
The Packer Way: Nine Stepping Stones to Building a Winning Organization (Ron Wolf and Paul Attner, 1998)
Mudbath and Bloodbaths: The Inside Story of the Bears (Gary D’Amato and Cliff Christl, 1997)
The People’s Team: An Illustrated History of the Green Bay Packers (Mark Beech, 2019)
Documentaries We Recommend:
Grandstand Franchise (1983; can be found on YouTube)
Legacy Documentary: 100 Seasons of the Green Bay Packers (Put out by the team in 2020, in ten parts; can be purchased in the Packers’ online pro shop or found on YouTube)
A Man Named Lombardi (1971; can be found on YouTube)
America’s Game: The 1967 Green Bay Packers (Can be found on YouTube)
America’s Game: The 1996 Green Bay Packers (Can be found on YouTube)
If you find, or know of, a new site, podcast or anything worth checking out, email us at email@example.com and we may just add it to our list here.