Aaron Rodgers Rallies Green Bay Packers to 28-27 Win Over New Orleans Saints

The question is are the Green Bay Packers back? Last night it looked like they were when NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers rallied the Packers to a 28-27 comeback win over the New Orleans Saints at Lambeau Field in last night’s Sunday game.

Rodgers threw a go-ahead touchdown to Jordy Nelson in the fourth quarter, giving them a much needed win since last weeks controversial game against the Seattle Seahawks.

Drew Brees told the media, “We’ve probably had to deal with more adversity than most of the teams I’ve played with, especially early on we’ve had some interesting games already. We’re four games in. So, I think the character of this team is very strong. Winning games like this says a lot about the kind of men that we have.”

Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss what the Packers win over the Saints means for Green Bay.

The New Orleans Saints remain winless this season (0-4).

Drew Brees has tied the NFL’s all-time mark set by Johnny Unitas having thrown at least one touchdown in 47 straight regular-season games.

Is Drew Brees disappointed? You bet! “Yeah, it’s disappointing, he said. “It stinks. But despite where we’re at, right now I think this team’s going to do something.”

Source: Yahoo Sports

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