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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 last season. The Packers are currently only averaging 19 points per game and Aaron Rodgers has only three passing touchdowns this season. While there is no direct answer for the answer to Green Bay’s struggles, this weekend against the Saints could provide a cure. The Saints defense ranks 25th in pass defense and last in the league for rushing defense. They give up thirty-four points per game so the Packers should be able to find their offensive groove, if they don’t there could be serious concern in Green Bay. The Packers defense will get another chance to shine, as the Saints offense isn’t what it ...
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