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The struggling New Orleans Saints make the harrowing trip up to Lambeau field to square off against the Packers this Sunday, but they shouldn’t go in expecting sympathy.
According to Packers Pro-Bowl linebacker Clay Matthews “They have no sympathy for us and we don’t for them,”
That’s a great approach to what’s a must-win game for both teams, as the Packers come in with just a 1-2 record. The Saints are dreading hitting that 0-4 skid which is the point of no return in the NFL with all playoff hopes from thereon out dashed.
The Packers come in to tomorrow’s game still reeling after having their win over the Seattle Seahawks essentially stolen from them and are frankly ‘pissed off’. Tomorrow’s game will prove to be a battle of who’s had more than enough, and is ready to come out of their early season malaise and start getting serious.
There’s no sympathy to be had on either side, nor would we expect there to be. Ultimately both teams need to stop under performing, and the Packers
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Roger Goodell issued the following statement to NFL fans today regarding the NFL. Is this enough for Packers fans?
To NFL Fans:
The National Football League is at its best when the focus is on the players and the action on the field, not on labor negotiations.
All of us who love the sport appreciate the skills and dedication of the players and coaches. That is why...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings re-injured his groin and has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints.
Jennings caught a touchdown pass -- his first of the season -- from quarterback Aaron Rodgers early in the second quarter to give Green Bay a 14-7 lead. But on the following drives, Jennings stood on the sideline...
Jeff Triplette, arguably the worst ref in the NFL, decided to shove Green Bay Packer Clay Matthews yesterday. His team had blown a fumble call and the Packers couldn't challenge because they were out...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Green Bay wideout Greg Jennings (groin) was limited in practice for the third straight day Friday, but he's being listed as probable for Week 4.Fantasy Spin:Jennings missed Week 2 and has clearly been affected by the injury. The receiver is averaging just 6.3 yards per catch and 3.3 YAC.
Packers’ Clay Matthews Comments On Visiting 0-3 Saints -
“It’s like a wounded dog coming in here. They’re 0-3, but when you tell anybody that you’re playing the Saints, they don’t assume that they have that record. … They have no sympathy for us and we don’t for them.” - Clay Matthews
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Now that nobody in Green Bay has fingernails left and some will be sporting new gray hairs on their head it is time to sum up the game.
This game featured a battle between the starting quarterbacks as Aaron Rodgers threw for 319 yards and four touchdowns. Not to be outdone Drew Brees threw for 446 yards and three touchdowns.
In terms of offense, the Packers had a solid attack. ...
Despite some more questionable calls and a suspect pass defense, the Green Bay packers persevered at home to outlast the New Orleans Saints by the score of 28-27.
Aaron Rodgers wasn’t quite Drew Brees, but still effective while going 31-of-41 for 319 yards, four touchdowns and just the one interception.
The Packers (2-2) kept pace in a competitive NFC North division while the Saints...
The Green Bay Packers won't be the only team playing at Lambeau Field on Sunday that had major problems with the replacement referees.
While his squad wasn't specifically affected by one blown call like the Packers in last Monday night's 14-12 loss to Seattle, New Orleans tight end Jimmy Graham told FOXSports.com that the Saints' offense has suffered from inconsistent...
James Jones, picking up the slack for an injured Greg Jennings, helped deliver a key win with two touchdowns and a crucial catch to clinch the game.