Packers' Secondary Can't Pass Brees' Tough Test

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Packers' Secondary Can't Pass Brees' Tough Test
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Green Bay - A win secured, Morgan Burnett can laugh about it now. In the fourth quarter Sunday, a Drew Brees pass was tipped into the air. And immediately, the Green Bay Packers safety prepared for his first-ever Lambeau Leap. "Your eyes light up," Burnett said. "So the first thing I'm thinking is 'Got a pick in a big situation. I'm going to run this back!' I was feeling it. I was thinking, 'Oh yeah, the crowd's going to get loud.' And, 'Boom!' " That "boom" was Burnett running into cornerback Tramon Williams. The teammates both went for the interception, collided, and Brees' pass fell incomplete.

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