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The Packers defense gave up 34 points and 477 total yards to the Saints.
Dom Capers is going to have some work to do, as the Saints had 477 yards of total offense.
Drew Brees picked apart the Packers defense, going 32-for-49 for 419 yards and three touchdowns. Brees had a 112.5 quarterback rating.
Plus, starting cornerback Tramon Williams, who has a bruised shoulder, will likely miss next week against Carolina. Charles Woodson and Sam Shields should be able to pick up the slack in Williams absence.
Desmond Bishop continues to make Packer fans forget about Nick Barnett. Bishop had 12 total tackles, eight of which were solo.
The defensive line got a little pressure on Brees, but not much. They had just one sack, where the rest came from linebackers A.J. Hawk, Erik Walden and cornerback Jarrett Bush.
Missing Cullen Jenkins is big, but if the Packers can get back Mike Neal soon, it will help.
Perhaps the biggest mistake was when the Packers got called for pass interference and then the ball was placed at the 1-yard line. It appeared Hawk just swatted the ball and didn't touch him. Luckily, Burnett and Matthews tackled Ingram before he could get into the end zone.
Clay Matthews had a decent game, only recording four tackles with no sacks.