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Packers rally for thrilling, 28-27 win

Posted by Vic Ketchman, packers.com editor on September 30, 2012 – 6:46 pm

The Packers exorcised their demons with a gritty, come-from-behind, 28-27 win over the New Orleans Saints at Lambeau Field on Sunday.

It was a game that, following one of the most controversial officials calls in NFL history, produced more officiating problems for the Packers, most prominently what appeared to be a fumble by the Saints’ Darren Sproles on a kickoff return. The Packers appeared to recover the fumble but Referee Jeff Triplette ruled that Sproles was down by contact, which allowed the Saints to retain possession. It was a play that followed what might be the Packers’ most important offensive series of the season to date.

They began their game-winning drive at their 43 yard line following a New Orleans punt. Cedric Benson gained eight yards on the ground and Aaron Rodgers followed with a short pass to Randall Cobb that moved the sticks.

Two more short completions gained another first down at the Saints 28, and then a nicely timed shovel pass to Cobb broke for 17 yards to the Saints 11.

On second down, Rodgers found Jordy Nelson over the middle at the one yard line and Nelson carried cornerback Corey White into the end zone and the Packers had a 28-27 lead with 7:05 to play in the game. It was Rodgers’ fourth touchdown pass of the game, but this one was thrown with a bloody scratch down his right cheek, the result of a facemask penalty against the Saints in the third quarter that forced Rodgers to the bench for one play, a play that threatened to collapse the Packers’ season.

Down by a point, Drew Brees and the Saints offense immediately went to work. Brees converted a critical fourth-and-two play at the Packers 45, then moved the Saints into field goal range with a 14-yard completion to Lance Moore with about four minutes left in the game.

On third and four from the Packers 25, Brees’ pass was broken up by Packers rookie safety Jerron McMillian. Kicker Garrett Hartley followed with an apparent field goal that put the Saints in the lead, but holding was called against the Saints and Hartley had to try again.

First, the Packers gave five yards back with encroachment. Then, from 48 yards, Hartley’s kick sailed wide to the left.

New Orleans took a 24-21 lead with 3:49 to play in the third quarter when Brees completed an 80-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Joseph Morgan, who ran by cornerback Sam Shields and into the clear.

The Saints increased that lead following a Patrick Robinson interception of a Rodgers deep ball for Jordy Nelson that was underthrown. Brees converted a third-and-17 play with a pass to Marques Colston, and Brees followed that with a 27-yard completion to Colston at the Packers 15. The Packers defense held and the Saints settled for a 27-yard field goal by Hartley that upped the Saints’ lead to 27-21.

New Orleans threatened to tie the game on their first possession of the second half, which went 72 yards in 15 plays, but the Packers defense held from the two-yard line on three consecutive pass plays, Morgan Burnett and Tramon Williams breaking up would-be completions on second and third downs. The Saints elected to kick a field goal that cut the Packers’ lead to 21-17.

Rodgers and company kept the offensive pressure on with a promising drive that was aided by a facemask penalty against the Saints on a third-down play from the Saints four-yard line. Rodgers was the player facemasked and he was poked in the eye on the play, which occurred with 5:19 to play in the third quarter.

Graham Harrell replaced Rodgers at quarterback and fumbled his intended handoff to Benson on the next play. The Saints recovered the ball at the eight-yard line.

In the first half, Rodgers marched the Packers 62 yards in seven plays on the Packers’ second possession of the game. The big plays in the drive were passes of 15 and 18 yards to Nelson. From the Saints 12 yard line, Rodgers scrambled away from the rush and to his left, stumbled and then righted himself to throw against his body and to wide receiver James Jones for the game’s first score.

New Orleans retaliated with a 10-play, 80-yard touchdown drive. Brees tied Johnny Unitas’ consecutive-games touchdown-pass record (47) with a 20-yard scoring strike to Colston. It appeared Colston pushed off in the end zone to make the grab, but a penalty flag was not thrown on the play.

Tied at 7-7, Rodgers roared back with a ball-control, 11-play, 80-yard touchdown drive. The big play in the drive was a 20-yard completion to tight end Jermichael Finley, who broke a tackle after making the catch. Following completions of eight yards to Finley and nine yards to Greg Jennings, Rodgers found Jennings in the middle of the end zone for nine yards and a touchdown.

The Packers’ third scoring drive, 92 yards, was kick-started by a John Kuhn fake-punt run on fourth down deep in Packers territory, a gutsy call by Coach Mike McCarthy. Rodgers and the offense came back onto the field and moved steadily down the field. On third and five from the Saints 14, Rodgers flipped a touchdown pass to Jones, who made an easy grab over the middle with 4:50 to play in the half.

The Saints did a good job of cutting the deficit and expiring what was left of the first-half clock, by executing a 65-yard touchdown drive. Brees used all of his weapons and the field in the drive. From the six-yard line, Brees threw in the left flat to Sproles, who covered the remaining few yards to cut the Packers’ lead to 21-14.

Rodgers’ offensive line provided ample time for him to throw. On the touchdown pass to Jennings, Rodgers arm-pumped several times and looked right and left before finding Jennings open.

The Packers evened their record at 2-2. The Saints dropped to 0-4.

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71 Responses to “Packers rally for thrilling, 28-27 win”

  1. By my68mt on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Packer nation make some noise: FIRE DOM CAPERS!! But we will sweep the Vikings again! THE 3-4 DEFENSE SUCKS! But we will sweep the Vikings!

  2. By Dominic on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    I’m sorry, but this article is unreadable. You’re jumping around the game, introducing different paragraphs at different points in the game, and if I hadn’t just seen the game I would have no idea what was going on.

  3. By Eric on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Why all the hatin’ on Capers? This is a young defense that shows a lot of promise. It didn’t have a great day today, but came up with stops at crucial times. Compared to last year, it has shown progress. The watch words for this year are “Be patient” and “Don’t panic.” You Capers haters better be ready to eat some crow by the end of the season.

  4. By Reece on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    The Packers were HOSED by the refs. Goodell needs to make amends to Green Bay for TWO Horrible Oficiated games! He needs to vacate the win by Seatle. (will never happen). He also needs to FINE Officials that screw up like they did in this game!

  5. By Kenny on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    It’s always good to get a win.

    However, the defense still has a lot of work to do. I can’t recall a team that plays zone coverage worse than the Packers have over the last 2 seasons. Considering how much zone they play, that seems to be a huge weakness.

    The offense played better against a bad defense. Yet, still seemed somewhat out of synch on a lot of plays.

    After the debacle that was last Monday, I think we all will take the win over a dangerous Saints team. But this team needs to get both sides of the football playing a complete game and soon.

  6. By Jon on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    No one is going to join you in making noise to fire Dom Capers, you idiot. Did you see the last two games? This was still the New Orleans Saints and they are still lead by Drew Brees. Darren Sproles is still a match up nightmare. They still have a receiving corps that rivals almost any in the league. Shut up.

  7. By itsagas on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Was that REALLY posted by the Ketchmeister?? It’s the most disorganized piece of writing I’ve seen since – well, last week, when I read the scrivenings of Simple Sid Hartman.

  8. By Ted on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    The greatest satisfaction is overcoming adversity. Congratulations to a team of young men who did what it took today

  9. By David Hagens on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    In response to Dominic, I understand your problem with Vic on this but yet I don’t understand your problem. Get over it man and quit being a cry baby.

    After a game like this, even if I was a professional writer, I don’t think I could’ve written this in any linear sense either, I’m just to hyped right now. This WIN feels like a sweet symphony of ‘damn we needed this win’ and we certainly got it. The spirit of lambeau made that Saints FG go left of the upright and I’m still scratching my hand on the packers final drive 3rd and 3 catch, it looked like it went right through the saints defensive player…unbelievable!!!

  10. By Christina on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    I agree with Dominic! I started reading about the final play, then all of a sudden you’re back to the previous scoring play, then talking about the first half … I actually scrolled down to the end, thinking to read the article in reverse, but it was just too much trouble. Really, PLEASE put your paragraphs in chronological order once you’re talking about various plays in the game!

  11. By David Hagens on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Scratching my head not hand lol!

  12. By Canadian Bill on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    This team better improve defensively or this season will be lost. Need a lot more pressure and zone coverage was terrible.They had better do it or it will be another lost season

  13. By sandiaNM on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    The second worst call in NFL history – RS fumbles, and Green Bay recovers, and Refs blow it.

    The third worst call in NFL history – refusal to reverse NO catch. IF NO catch was good, then previous GB “no catch” was good. Or both were not. Can’t have it both ways.

  14. By gbpfan4life on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Whew!! That was a close one. Congratulations to the Pack for the win, and to the Saints for a hard fought game.

  15. By Henry B on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    James Jones!!!

  16. By Dirc on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Redemption for the Packers!
    Karma for the Saints!
    The Karma for the refs is yet to come. So sad they still can’t get the calls right. It went poorly from an officiating standpoint both ways, but the Green and Gold need to start bringing lube to games.

  17. By Steve on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Holy Buckets! I couldn’t follow nothin in that blog! You gotta decide if you are going to go from the back to the front or the front to the back and then stick with it. You can’t write something with a bunch of flashbacks if we don’t know they are flashbacks! I am still spinning from reading that thing!

  18. By John on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    And we all wanted the “regular” refs back? Well they might be better but better is a realtive thing. This game was horribly officiated! This Packers’ win is almost in the miracle category.

  19. By Brandon on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Yeah, Seriously. This article is completely out of order and poorly constructed

  20. By Tarek on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    You’re out of order

  21. By Jon (different from above) on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    The Packers haven’t had an adversity win like this since their Super Bowl run. Let’s see…They overcame: last week’s crushing defeat, A-Rod going down and an ensuing fumble, TWO horrible referee calls, and some rookie mistakes early by the defense. What a great win. And shut up about firing Capers. This unit is playing off the HOOK. That goal line stand was beautiful.

  22. By Eric on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Okay all you people hatin’ on Vic. The story was organized around the game’s most dramatic moments, and makes perfect sense from the standpoint of that organizing principle. For those who are so wedded to chronology, I recommend “The Secret Agent” by Joseph Conrad. Not every story has to be organized chronologically; often they shouldn’t be.

  23. By Steve on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    This whole courtroom’s out of order

  24. By David from N.C. on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Either one of two things are going to have to happen if we make the playoffs and go very deep:

    1) Our defensive front is going to have to move the pocket back.

    2) Our defensive backs are going to have to make a 180 degree turn around in the other direction.

    IMO: I know in a 3-4, the big defensive linemen are suppose to ‘eat up’ blockers, well the only one eating up blockers is Clay Matthews. Somebody other than Matthews is going to have to step up and make some plays. Today, there were numerous 3rd and long…and I mean….long plays. Result: Too much time=completion.

    This was a great win over a very good desprate team, but these defensive negatives keep popping up.

  25. By canammark on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Every time the Saints had third and long they found holes down the center mostly to the tight ends. Who is responsible for coverage? Zone coverage stinks!

  26. By Eric on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Close call but I’m glad we won. Yeah our D struggled, but we all need to be patient. The game wouldnt have been as close if the refs werent as bad, and if Harrell could have just handed the ball to Benson. I’m more worried about our back up situation then anything. If Rodgers goes down we are done!! Oh and I hope Greg Jennings can get and stay healthy. GO PACK GO!!

  27. By jon on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    No accountability with the refs

  28. By Mark on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Great win, it was a nail biter but will take it. Should be 3-1 but it could be 1-3. D has played awesome the past two weeks but stuggled today. Brees is still a superstar so what do you expect.Please make the right calls on the field for God’s sake.

  29. By zzrider on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    What a terrible win!!
    NOOOO Pressure on Brees at all. That will get us noOO where in this season. Def better get after the QBs or we are done in this Div.

  30. By Larry on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    not fine the officials making such obviously bad calls but FIRE THEM!!!!!

  31. By jon on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    @Mark That will not happen until these refs can be fired, suspended or in some way held as accountable just like the players who can loose their job for poor performance or even the coaches.

  32. By Dominic on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    I don’t mean to come off as a “whiney bitch”, but I seriously could not make heads or tails of this article. I love reading Vic’s stuff and it didn’t feel up to his usual standards.

  33. By Dan A on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    This was quite a game! We certainly got snake bitten by the ref’s…even the by the regulars! What are the refs looking at when they replayed the fumble by the Saints return person! A win is a win…so let’s just celebrate and the Packers a lot of credit playing with enthusiasm.

    Go Pack Go!

  34. By fernandopandre on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Come on, easy on Vic. It’s impressive that he could even write something after the way that game ended. Too much adrenaline.

    About the game, only one thing: this team is a tough minded bunch.

  35. By o,brotha! on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Henry B said it right.

    James Jones!. That catch can’t be described with any words, in any language. Stupendous, no that won’t do it. Amazing, no, Rediculous, nope. How about I shut up and say, it may be the one of the greatest catches I’ve ever seen. He caught the ball without seeing it. His face was obscured by the defender. Amazing, no…………………….

  36. By Pat on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    We are just warming up the Pack will be fine. Its not how you start it is where you finish and we will be just fine

    GO PACK GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  37. By Lee Robinson on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    this game does not convince me the reg refs are back, i think the NFL office is running a smoke screen; still the replacement refs under different names.

  38. By Plagez on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Does anyone know where to check the food drive ticket/lottery numbers that were picked. They put them on the scoreboard three times and you barely had time to check your numbers. Thanks. Great game, refs still need some work. Good to see Benson get more touches. and Finley didn’t have one drop (I think).

  39. By Pat on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    GB used to be man to man a few years ago and they were great at it now the zone man I don’t know about it does not seem to work that well when they should go back to man to man they don;t have the men for zone

    Packe Attack

  40. By Mike Pollard on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    So far the Packers have showed they are an average team at best! I have been watching them for 4 decades and I know the goods when I see it and as of right now this will be a team that struggles all year long, mark my words!

  41. By Chris on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    The pack will be fine. We may lose one or twom more (Texans/Giants?), then it’s on to the playoffs and the SuperBowl!

  42. By David on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Here’s a thought. Whenever a call is being viewed by the official upstairs, the field big screen should show the same view as it is being looked at. The man upstairs should circle the point where he is sure the call is right or wrong so we can all see his reason. He can even write on the screen, like “Sorry this isn’t clear enough to me” or “I know it’s close, but…”
    I think the refs are a little out of practice themselves…they didn’t get a pre-season this year. I’m not worried about the team. It’s still early and we are improving. I’m just grateful that Aaron has his eyes intact. Also would like to recommend that any player who blatantly face masks a QB (not a brush but a true sustained grab and hold) should be ejected. Also, if it happens to said player twice, he should be suspended for a future game as well. Three times? Death by hanging…not really guys…I mean…

  43. By tbhebert on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    congratulations gb, another game where u fought thru adversity to hang onto the game. drew brees is a great qb and lets not take anything from him. defence we need better communications back there and why are we not hitting theo receivers off the line to slow them down.cobb good return at the end.we fight thru this we will just get stronger.remember its progression to game 19 or sb not perfection. owner in canada go pack go.

  44. By Shalom on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    uhhh This article is jumping around everywhere…
    Also, why fire Dom Capers? He’s been outstanding, and the defense has been great so far. If they can be stable, and keep chugging along, then I feel like they’ll be a stellar defense.

  45. By IndianaMike on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    I never understood all the negative feeling about James Jones. I always thought he was a good reciever to have on thne team. I am glad the Packers mgt. didn’t listen to some the past several years. He makes important plays when we need them plus is a good blocker, and another experienced body who knows the system.

  46. By Omar067 on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    I think someone is out to get the Packers. This game looked so fixed. How the hell was Jordy’s catch different from Jimmy Gram’s catch? It’s simple, it was not different, but Jordy’s catch was a drop. I just don’t understand that. Another stupid no call was the obvious push off that led to Colston receiving a touchdown. And to make things worse, why the heck didn’t refs give the Packers the fumble?

  47. By Zach on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Good adversity win tonight. C’mon Packers fans. Bad calls and such are going to happen in a game. You didn’t see the players start whining about the refs or Capers or this n that. They dug deep and made plays when it counted. Take the high road guys and enjoy a great game between two tough teams!

  48. By Chris on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    History was made today in Packerland! Finley didn’t drop the all important catch!

  49. By Annie on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    I love the Packers but I’m pretty fed up with the NFL because of the refs. It’s just frustrating. I’ve decided not to spend any more money on NFL merchandise. Why should I spend my hard earned money when my team can’t even get fairly officiated games? This mess is ridiculous!

  50. By BAH on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    WOW !Piss poor defense, more bad officiating,and we pull it out!! Defense must get better or we’re going no where !! Horrible zone pass defense !! Good job Offense !! Much better O-line play!!! GO JORDY, JONES, A-ROD!!Benson , & KUHN !!!

  51. By nigeriaguest on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    pizzing needles

  52. By IA PACKER BACKER on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    I cant believe all this negativity! Real Packer fans dont act this way! Get over the Refs. calls. This team has moved on, Packer fans need to move on! They played a terific game today. We have a great team and a great coaching staff! Be positive and enjoy the season, Remember teams that get hot at the end of the season win Championships!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  53. By gbwarrior on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    offense was great today i’m just worry about Dom Capers defensive strategy.. the defense looks great when they’re man to man ,they play the recievers better and give the pass rush more chances to get to the QB ..my point is the D sucks when they play zone , man to man they seem to get more pressure on the QB..They can’t play zone against guys like brees or any other great veteran QB. if its not broke don’t fix it stick to man to man if we ever want to go to the Super Bowl packers.. they’re asking to be in a shoot out if they keep playing zone. i trust the offense but they’re not yet nsync yet and we need the defense to keep us in games until the packers get their rythm going on offense.. i hope Capers figures that out soon cause we have the guys and we have the talent and leadership to be very dominant if they stick to their identity on defense which is man to man.. if they stick with that strategy i don’t think theres any team that can beat us except the refs.. GO PACK GO

  54. By Traveler24 on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    They need to give the refs the power to look at questionable plays themselves so they dont get beat up and make the right call!!!

  55. By Traveler24 on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Btw Zach they were pizzed off last week, Aaron Rodgers would not even talk to the press after the game!!He pushed cameras out of the way!!

  56. By Marty AZ on Sep 30, 2012 | Reply

    Fake punk from inside our 20? Really! What a call. They never saw it coming.

    Lets all be ready to own up when the refs make some bad calls that help us! We certainly have some coming.

  57. By prospector on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    Not surprised that brees exposed the defensive flaws. A qb that good is going to make anyone look bad, but I love how they looked for the first three games.

  58. By NYGrule on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    Still crying about the refs, what you should be crying about is your sorry D. The Saints won that game and the headline should read ” Saints miss miss field goal, Packers luck out again” as predicted Brees made your over rated D look like clowns out there. But you go ahead and keep crying about the refs, fact is your lucky you have any wins at all.

  59. By Sam on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply


  60. By IndyPackfan on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    I agree the Pack needs a change at the defensive coaching position, but I doubt they will risk doing that in the middle of the season.

  61. By Cali on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    The officiating SUCKED in this game too. So much for the game bein called fair. I was glad to see Rodgers play like Rodgers though. Great game. GO PACK GO!!!

  62. By Cody on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    Just read the latest ask Vic segment and am disappointed in Packer nation. These last two games have been gritty to say the least, our ability to come out on top when the chips are stacked against us is more impressive, to me, than throwing for 400 plus a game. When the game is on the line I want the team that will dig in and make the necessary plays. People get caught up in the numbers game and it’s pointless, the same crowd who was praising capers a week ago is now chastising him. This defense made some remarkable stops without the help of officials, everyone needs to come back down to earth!

  63. By bill k on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    I agree. The article is a mess.

  64. By BIG CHEESE on Oct 1, 2012 | Reply

    The Pack will continue to improve. Go Pack Go….

  65. By Aleks on Oct 2, 2012 | Reply

    The unsatisfactory quality of the game. The case helps to win. Benson – the ballast for the team.

  66. By Scott` on Oct 2, 2012 | Reply

    WOW! Sam Shields really looks lost out there and cant seem to figure it out! He needs to learn the zone defense coverages or go siton the bench. Also…please get rid of the zone defense on 3rd down and long and stay with man to man!! PLEASE! We couldnt stop them if it was 3rd and 45 let alone 3rd and 11 or worse. Horrible defense.

    PS…..Please get a backup quarterback somewhere…Granham Harrell is NOT the answer. What a dope he was out there. He didnt trip over Saturday’s feet…look at replay..he actully stumbled over his own feet and tripped himself! Get someone before its too late….Harrell is awful!!!!

  67. By Scott` on Oct 2, 2012 | Reply

    Graham Harrell must go! That is all.

  68. By Graham Harrell's MOM on Oct 2, 2012 | Reply

    I am so embarrassed for my family after seeing my son screw up like a lunkhead…I thought we taught him how to stand up back when he was 3 yrs old but I guess we failed. Sorry Packer fans! My boy should be cut from the team since he isnt cut out to be a NFL quarterback.

    Momma Harrell

  69. By Grahams Mom with beard on Oct 2, 2012 | Reply

    Graham: Dancing with the Stars just called . Said, OH, HELL NO!

  70. By Bill on Oct 6, 2012 | Reply

    The Packers had to beat the Seahawks and the Refs.The regular Refs didn’t do any better than the Temps.In particular;there were four LOUSY calls that went against the Packers.Its ROUGH when you have to fight the opossing team and the Zebras!

  71. By Bill on Oct 6, 2012 | Reply

    Graham Harrell is just inexperienced!I believe he will be a go backup QB to Rodgers!

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