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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; The New Orleans Saints (0-4) were defeated by the Green Bay Packers (2-2), 28-27 in a dramatic shootout at Lambeau Field on Sunday afternoon. The Black and Gold moved to 7-16 all-time against the Packers. The Saints were also defeated ...

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The New Orleans Saints (0-4) were defeated by the Green Bay Packers (2-2), 28-27 in a dramatic shootout at Lambeau Field on Sunday afternoon.

The Black and Gold moved to 7-16 all-time against the Packers. The Saints were also defeated by the Packers in Green Bay in the 2011 NFL kickoff contest.

The Saints fell to 0-4 for the first time since 2007 and will return home to face the San Diego Chargers in a Sunday Night Football on NBC primetime contest at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Packers will travel to Indianapolis next Sunday to face the Colts as part of a three-game road trip.

I thought we had a chance to pull that thing out, but obviously we didn't make some plays at the end of the game that we needed to make, said Offensive Line/Running Game Coach Aaron Kromer.

Saints Fall to Packers in Dramatic Showdown at Lambeau Field, 28-27

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Old 09-30-2012, 09:31 PM   #2
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Re: Saints Fall to Packers in Dramatic Showdown at Lambeau Field, 28-27

“I thought we had a chance to pull that thing out, but obviously we didn't make some plays at the end of the game that we needed to make,” said Offensive Line/Running Game Coach Aaron Kromer.

Kromer is terrible. He has sealed his fate as an O-line coach, and nothing more. Unfortunately it's at our team's expense.
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