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Will Aaron Rodgers finally get it going against the Saints?
As tough as it is, we need to move on and get back to legitimate football.
After the Green Bay Packers “loss” to fall to 1-2 against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night, the Packers somehow must regroup and play the New Orleans Saints Sunday at Lambeau Field. The Saints enter the game a somewhat surprising 0-3 on the season. With the loss of head coach Sean Payton for the entire season thanks to the Bountygate scandal, the Saints seem to be a team without a direction.
The Packers “lost” to the Seahawks 14-12 on perhaps the most controversial call in NFL history. With the regular referees back on the field, the officiating hopefully won’t be something the Packers need to keep an eye on. The Packers defense kept the team in the game after the offense once again sputtered, mainly in the first half when Aaron Rodgers was sacked eight times.
The Saints enter the game after losing on a last minute kick at home to the Kansas ...
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The Green Bay Packers look to bounce back from their Monday night loss when they play the New Orleans Saints this Sunday afternoon.
While the Packers players feel they were robbed of a win after the replacement referee fiasco, it is time to move forward and focus on the game and really focus on righting the ship.
So far this season the Packers offense has not been the same it was...
One day after venting on his radio show about the refereeing debacle that cost the Green Bay Packers a game in Seattle, Aaron Rodgers saved one last barb for the NFL.
Asked Wednesday about how the Packers were handling the aftermath of a Monday night loss that touched off a national firestorm about the league's use of replacement officials, Rodgers dismissed an NFL-issued statement...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By CHRIS JENKINS AP Sports Writer For all the Green Bay Packers' complaints about a mistake by replacement officials that cost them a game Monday night, they probably wouldn't have been in position to lose on a last-second play if their offensive line had done a better job protecting Aaron Rodgers in the first half.
Going into Sunday's...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- When the referees walked into the Packers' locker room just moments after Monday night's now-infamous touchdown ruling in Seattle, linebacker A.J. Hawk thought it was going to be good news."I thought they were going to tell us we won the game, honestly," Hawk said Wednesday. "I think a lot of people thought that. But they were saying we had...
Week 4: Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints
This Week’s Pick
Green Bay Packers
Hell hath no fury like a scorned Aaron Rodgers. The Saints currently have the worst defense in the league but don’t underestimate Drew Brees. A fired up home crowd will also do the Packers favors
Week 4 QB Rankings
I have Aaron Rodgers ranked at number one this week as he faces a New Orleans secondary that has allowed 273 yards per game including 320 yards to RGIII in his NFL debut. Cedric Benson has become a major thorn in the side of Rodgers owners but Rodgers should still post a nice day in this one.
RGIII is unbelievable; he is essentially a low end QB1 and RB2 all rolled...
Posted by a staff contributor at 1070 The Fan, Bob Lamey has a much longer Afternoon Update from the first day of the bye in which he has audio from everyone from Colts QB Coach Clyde Christensen to Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers.
Our Fantasy Football Preview of 5 Key Match-ups for Sunday, Brought to you by The League
1. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers versus the New Orleans Saints defense.
If you have Aaron Rodgers on your fantasy football team, this is certainly the week to start him. He struggled a bit on Monday night against a tough Seahawks defense. But this Sunday when he faces off against...
The last quarterback the NFL's lowest-ranked defense should want to face next?
But if the New Orleans Saints are going to rise from the league basement, finding a way to stymie the NFL's reigning Most Valuable Player is a must in Sunday's game at Green Bay (4:25 p.m. ET kickoff, FOX).
Among the biggest reasons for the Saints' 0-3 start is a defense...
Each week in 1st and 10, I empty out the drawer of my fantasy mind, with 10 thoughts to consider as your season progresses.Is Aaron Rodgers now officially a mistake or at least a dilemma? Yes, you likely drafted him too early and disobeyed www.FFChamps.com Commandment 5, “Thou Shall Wait on a Quarterback". Learn from it for next season but be patient. Rodgers has opened to...
This Gatorade is a little sour Juan…
I pushed hard all Summer for fantasy players to pass on QBs early, but to think that the top guys would struggle mightily was beyond even my wildest predictions. Will they continue to struggle? Will those that have overachieved early on, be able to continue their success?
Will Aaron Rodgers finish as a top 5 QB? (currently 20th in standard...
The New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers have been two of the NFC’s best for the past 3 years and have had some of the most explosive offenses in history, largely due to the play of their all-pro QBs, Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers. This year, the pass-happy offenses that lit up the league [...]
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New Orleans Saints (0-3) at Green Bay Packers (1-2)
The Saints and Packers are a combined 1-5 three weeks in the season. Raise your hand if you saw that coming. I strangely see no hands. This is a huge, must win game for both teams, and given that we should expect huge performances from both quarterbacks. You know it’s really not sitting well with both of these quarterbacks that...
Referee Jeff Triplette struck a triumphant tone before Sunday's Saints-Packers game at Lambeau Field, announcing during the pregame coin toss that ''it's great to be back, gentlemen!''
With the NFL's regular referees back on the job, Packers players are ready to move on from a call that cost them a win at Seattle. Their fans don't quite seem to be...
After three weeks the tables have turned in the NFC North and the two teams at the bottom from last season are sitting a top the standings with a tenuous one game lead. Let's take a look at five things to watch this week in the black and blue division.Can the Packers recover from the beat down in Puget Sound?Everyone in America has seen the play that ended the game in Seattle...