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It’s the first episode of PackerTalk’s Newest weekly podcast, Behind Enemy Lines, where Amanda and Chris go deep into 49ers territory to talk about Sunday’s game with Al Sacco, staff writer for for 49ers Web Zone , 49ers Gab, and Sports Southwest . What do the Packers have in store for them this weekend as they take on Colin Kaepernick and the read option? Go deep inside enemy lines and hear a great interview and discussion that will more than prepare you for this week’s marquee match-up!
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