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Packers 28, Saints 27 – The Full Packers.com Recap

Posted by Ricky Zeller on September 30, 2012 – 10:02 pm

The Packers rallied for a 28-27 victory over the Saints at Lambeau Field to improve to 2-2. Check out the links below for a full recap of all of the coverage from packers.com, including stories, galleries, videos and more:

FINALLY, FATE SMILED ON THE PACKERS: http://pckrs.com/yzb6

RODGERS MIGHT HAVE SAVED SEASON: http://pckrs.com/l2nk

PACKERS-SAINTS POSTGAME NOTES & QUOTES: http://pckrs.com/kwtd

PACKERS RALLY FOR THRILLING WIN: http://pckrs.com/6g65

WIN LEAVES JONES TO BREATHE SIGH OF RELIEF: http://pckrs.com/v9hc

GAMEDAY SIGHTS & SOUNDS VIDEO FROM LAMBEAU FIELD: http://pckrs.com/3g4g

McCARTHY: “We believe in winning and growing”: http://pckrs.com/7tvy

QB AARON RODGERS: “This was an important win for us”: http://pckrs.com/7y5y

VIDEOS OF THE GAME’S BIGGEST PLAYS: http://pckrs.com/hak9

PHOTO GALLERY: http://pckrs.com/42k5

UNDER THE CAP VIDEO WITH RANDALL COBB: http://pckrs.com/hebm

GAMEDAY CHAT TRANSCRIPT WITH PACKERS.COM STAFF: http://pckrs.com/m9nn


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6 Responses to “Packers 28, Saints 27 – The Full Packers.com Recap”

  1. By Braun on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Isn’t time to make some changes in the defensive backfield and find some players who actually cover guys? How many more years are we going to see “blown coverages”.

  2. By Jay Stapleton on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    The question has to be asked. How much was paid out by NO to the guy who tried to take Rogers out of the game?

  3. By Kevin on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    Way too much zone defense this week.

  4. By Nate on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    Even the regular refs blew calls against the Packers. When are the refs going to see what America sees in a Packers game?

  5. By Charlie Collier on Oct 2, 2012 | Reply

    Personally im very excited about the progress of our defense. We are very young and alot faster on that side of the ball. Cant wait for House to join the line up. In addition to that i also cant wait until we find our 2012 indentity on offense. Getting Starks back chould compliment Benson alot but do not sleep on Green or Saine as they could become significant role players during this years run. Also Quarless has not returned. Could become alot better team than last years team with a record thats under the radar which to me is a good thing in todays NFL.

  6. By Sockettuem on Oct 2, 2012 | Reply

    Wish I could share your optimism over the defense, Charlie. We have seen all but one game where the defense has struggled and the secondary has been picked apart. Our pass defense has all but given up bumping at the line and the zone scheme nearly cost us our game. Some see Capers as a defensive genius, but he has proven otherwise. There have been some clever plays on special teams, but that bag of tricks is limited and not without considerable risk. Our hats must be off to the special teams guys for delivering some genuinely exciting moments, but defensively, we are a long way from where we need to be.

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