It may have taken one of the worst defenses in the NFL through three weeks,
but the Green Bay Packers appeared to get their offense back on track and they needed every bit of it, beating the New Orleans Saints 28-27 at Lambeau Field on Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers passed for 319 yards and 4 touchdowns as the Packers improved to 2-2 with the win.
The Packers rolled up 30 first downs, 421 total yards and much of it came in a no-huddle offense.
The Packers made more of a commitment to the run, right from the start. Cedric Benson rushed for 84 yards on 18 carries (4.7 avg) and caught another 4 passes for 22 yards (5.5 avg).
The offensive line played much better on Sunday as well. After giving up 8-sacks in the 1st half against Seattle and 16 total sacks in the first three games, the Packers offensive line kept Aaron Rodgers clean the entire game by not surrendering a single sack.
The Packers now head to Indianapolis to face the Colts this coming Sunday.