Talking about football from an entirely Green Bay Packers perspective...
Mike Fleischman and Matt Melemseter bring you a podcast about the football team that tugs their heartstrings like no other, the Green Bay Packers! Come for the sharp analysis and unabashed fandom, stay for the laughter!
Mike and Matt recap the draft and give you an update on how things are going! They're going ok but not great!
So look, there's quite a bit happening in the world at large, but we here at Cheeseheads in Chicagoland think you should spend an hour with us catching up on the Packer's free agent signings and the other goings-on in the NFC North and beyond!
We're back and talking about the owners proposed CBA and why its bad. Also we chat a bit about the Packers free agency and draft prospects.
Mike and Matt drive their 1985 Nissan Sentra to the Neutral Milk Hotel and hang out with Doug Christie.
Mike and Matt enjoy the Packers tough win over Seattle and unpack the weekend's games.
Your 2 hosts Ham and Hamms return from holiday behavior to catch up on their podcast for which they will never apologize.
Mike n' Matt discuss Dean Lowry, meeting Dennis Rodman, strawberry salad, the authoritarian nature of superhero cinema, and football, occasionally.
The most dangerous man on an unregistered yacht would like to sell you antivirus software. This is a podcast about the Green Bay Packers.
We're back! and full of beef! Mike and Matt discuss the snowstorm game in New York, the blowout in the bay, and the current state of attending NFL games.
Packers, Bears, Garrett, Kaep. Matt and Mike have your bye week recap.
Mike gets a name wrong. Matt hurt his hand. The name of the podcast is Cheeseheads in Chicagoland.
Mike and Matt avoid talking about the Packers loss in Los Angeles, and instead discuss vintage music gear, the Bears, and the new batch of quarterbacks.
Matt wanted to slay dragons, Mike wanted to catch ghosts. The Packers went to Missouri and defeated their hosts.
Mike tells a story about when he worked at the baked potato restaurant. Aaron Rodgers is perfect, which you can represent numerically as "153.8." Matt and Mike talk about the Raiders and the Bears, two of the leading comedy troupes currently on tour.
Alan Lazard came to his own party and the Packers pick up an improbable win. Mike's computer is in the shop so this episode doesn't even have music stuck on it. Enjoy!
Is Paul dead? Is Avril Levigne dead? Is steak good? How do you like your gristle? Does the onion bloom? Are the Cowboys good? Do the cowboys bebop? Is this episode 51... or is it... area 51?
Mike and Matt talk goal line playcalling, systemic reform, and Joe Buck on this 50th episode of their cool podcast!
Another day, another great defensive performance from the Pack. Enjoy this episode quick because there's another game tomorrow!
Episode 48! Jaire Alexander = good. The Packers played 16 minutes of offense and 60 minutes of defense to get a week 2 win!
M & M talk Bears vs Packers, Large Richard, Large Robert, why you shouldn't put slogans on your play calling sheet, and get a bit into the AB story.
Mike and Matt give the Packers final roster the business in preparation for Thursday's game against the Bears. Notable things that have occured since the recording: Lazard has been called up to the 53 man in place of Sternberger, and Savage decided to stick with #26.
A few things happened this week besides Canada being good at having football fields. Mike (Bobson Dugnutt) and Matt (Rey McSriff) discuss the departure of Josh Jones, the departure of Andrew Luck, and entertain conspiracy theories!
Mike and Matt talk Packers, Ravens, college apartments, the significance of 0.2 seconds, Jay-Z, wide receiver skills, the Raiders, Canada, and chicken sandwiches.
Cheese is once again on heads, as Mike and Matt bring you their recap of the Packers 28-26 win over the Texans in the first preseason game of 2019. Who will step up? Who has late hands? Who has cute cats who get attention while we record?
Mike and Matt get together and chat about injury, public perception of the bodies of athletes, and then just ramble about movies and music for a while. It's a fun episode that isn't really about Packers football! Enjoy!
Hey, its time for OTA's, which stands for Off the Aardvark. Josh Jones is tired of being a Packer (apparently) and that's the only football news on this episode. Mike and Matt talk about Jay Cutler, Doug Flutie, rice cookers, Steamed Hams, and Coldplay.
We've come so far together! Mike and Matt recap the Packers draft, and discuss the radically reshaped defense and radically un-reshaped offense. Mike breaks down the way that you can use the second note in a scale as a way to create tension in music. Matt loves Fall Out Boy. It's Cheeseheads in Chicagoland, a Very Relevant Podcast About American Fo…
M & M are back with you to discuss the Adobe Suite, crazy people who create antivirus programs, people who are not good at boarding planes, and Mike McCarthy's lack of skill at being interviewed.
The Smiths have arrived, and so has episode 38 of Cheeseheads in Chicagoland. Mike and Matt discuss the newest Packers, say goodbye to some departing Packers, and do a good job of staying on topic for once!
Tim Stebbins, Baseball Man, stops by the studio to have a chat about the upcoming baseball season, focusing on the Brewers and the loaded NL Central. Some football is also discussed. Matt unspools some secrets about his past.
Episode Thirty-Six! Is the AAF a football league or a petri dish? Who's tradeable? Who's untouchable? Who is a fake prospect created for humor purposes?
Total Eclipse of the Heart is a great pop song. Jermichael Finley has got some toasty marshmallows. James Jones isn't walking through that door. The XFL is (was) going to be a carny hustle. The AAF exists. Please enjoy episode 35 of Cheeseheads in Chicagoland.
It's the super bowl aftermath show! Matt and Mike talk about the Patriots superb gameplan, the unsuperb half time show, random quasi-celebrities loosely tied to football, and morphine.
A trio of guests drop by for a fun round table discussion of the upcoming Super bowl, everyone's favorite broadcasters, the state of the Bears, and much more!
Mike and Matt are your source for fresh new ideas in mixology!
Hey its Episode 31. Mike and Matt fail to come up with a nickname for Matt LaFleur, malign Jerry Jones, and recap the fun weekend of playoff games that featured no teams called Packers but at least one former Packer.
The Packers have gone fishin' but we're still here, talking about EDM, Troy Aikman, a Bear that fell down, and "Large Richard" Nick Foles.
The Lions game happened. Mike and Matt try to avoid talking about it. Its for the best. Instead, they discuss potential head coach hires, ketchup, and the absolute single worst broadcaster in the history of the NFL. Note: This podcast contains strong language meant to convey the depth of the hosts' feelings about the Green Bay Packers 2018 season.…
Mike is by himself and gives you a brief version of his thoughts on the Packers Jets... game.... and also some thoughts on the 2018 season in general.
Better late than never? Mike and Matt ponder what to get Brian Gutekunst for Christmas, look for a silver lining in Lucas Patrick, and continue to like Jaire Alexander.
More Cheeseheads content is coming your way later this week, but until then here's 5 minutes of Mike talking with a cold!
The Joe Philbin Era has begun with a nice 34-20 win at Lambeau. Mike is drinking beer in Vegas and Matt is back in Chicago. Bashaud Breeland played well in a pivotal game for his career. Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones are complimentary players. This season has been like watching a panda fall out of a tree.…
Have you ever been straight-up fired on the spot? It happens!
Mike and Matt discuss the Packers 24-17 loss at Minnesota. Reality sinks in and Mike stops defending Mike McCarthy. Matt laments the situational play-calling. We make fun of Dan Bailey.
Oh heck, now is the hour of our discontent. Mike and Matt have a chat about the Pack's 27-24 loss out in Seattle last Thursday, discussing the under-use of Aaron Jones, the spate of injuries, the play calling, the challenges (and non-challenges) of certain plays, and the end of the Mike McCarthy era?…
Mike and Matt talk about the Pack's 31-12 win over the Dolphins. Matt dissects running back play, secondary play, quarterback play, and the schemes of Matt Nagy. Mike complains about the internet. Matt swears multiple times and Mike enjoys editing them out of the finished product.
Mike and Matt have a casual chat about the Packers 31-17 loss to the Patriots. Mike defends Mike McCarthy. Matt is not so convinced. The Dolphins might come to town and lighten the mood next week.
Mike and Matt go through a disordered and chaotic version of the stages of grief in reaction to Sunday's 29-27 loss to the LA Gear. Matt yells several times without using words. Mike is more of a bargaining type. The Packers traded away Montgomery and Clinton-Dix literal minutes after the mp3 of this episode finished processing.…
Mike and Matt check in on the status of the Packers, then sit down in a packed studio for an engaging six person round-table discussion featuring Charlie Bevins, Garrett Neal, Ally Pruitt, and Gavriel Wilkins.Topics: The Washington Redskins fringe kickoff returner whose name I already forgot, the Chicago Bears status, the Packers lack of defensive …
The Packers eke out a win over the 49ers on Monday night football. Mike and Matt discuss the progression (and regression) of the defense, rookie wide outs, running back snap counts, and modern dentistry. Matt hurries off to class. Mike is on painkillers because of modern dentistry.